Then VICE's resident weed expert Abdullah Saeed heads to Nepal to try edibles in a country with a long history of cannabis use for MUNCHIES's new digital series, Bong Appetite.
Abdullah walks us through the steps to make this really tasty edible that only requires a little pot, a toaster oven, some graham crackers, a bit of hazelnut spread, and about 25 minutes of your day.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we meet up with the traveling cast of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' to find out why their fans are so drawn to drag.
Jake Dell shows us around the historic Jewish deli and talks about the responsibility of running his family's iconic restaurant after five generations.
Chef Frank Pinello recreates a recipe inspired by Chicago pizza legend Burt Katz, who he met while hosting MUNCHIES' digital series The Pizza Show.
Then Motherboard tells us why tourists are facing extreme weather conditions to visit a military plane wreck in Iceland, and MUNCHIES explains how chef John Besh is helping aspiring chefs in New Orleans.
We asked a load of weed smokers if being high really makes food taste better, and what the absolute best thing to eat is when you're stoned.
Then we brew up different flavors of kombucha with MUNCHIES and Noisey explains why New York's iconic Magic Shop recording studio had to shut its doors.
Then we hear how rock band PUP overcame the fallout from playing 250 shows last year, and MUNCHIES tells us how the inventor of Jelly Belly jelly beans is making a comeback.
Then i-D shares Rashaad Newsome's latest multimedia project and MUNCHIES takes us to the Explorers Club's annual dinner to dine on some invasive aquatic species.
Then, Motherboard weighs the arguments against panda conservation and the Creators Project explains how virtual reality will change the future of storytelling.
We check out some behind-the-scenes footage of the new season of F*CK, THAT'S DELICIOUS before the show airs on March 3.
Then Motherboard asks if ISIS's rise could be influenced by solar cycles, and Munchies highlights chef Ronnie Killen's new gourmet spin on traditional Texas BBQ.
Then we crash an extravagant Chinese wedding in Shanghai with MUNCHIES and explore the rise of electronic music in Cuba.
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Host Julia Ziegler-Haynes heads upstate to Worlds End Farm to visit her friend Sarah Ryhanen of Saipua, a Red Hook, Brooklyn-based floral design studio, to prepare a Mediterranean meze platter.
Chef Esben Holmboe Bang of Maaemo—one of the top 50 restaurants in the world—takes Munchies out for a night of mezcal, tacos, sheep ribs, and Norwegian folk metal.
Host Tarik Abdullah shows Munchies all that the Emerald State has to offer with a taste of Seattle's classics: coffee, seafood, Teriyaki, and late-night burgers at Dick's Drive-In.
Chef Danny Smiles hits up the east end of Montreal to learn the secrets of classic Italian food prep from Mario Terrone and his wife Cathy.
Action curates a barbecue for surfers, plays a show in Honolulu, visits poke purveyor Kahuku Superette, and then whips up some amazing dishes of his own.