These greasy bachelors are bringing their "food hacks" to the front page of the internet, with disturbing results.
Freeganism isn't just for poor people or anti-capitalists. People who want the finer things in life (for free) will also dig through the trash for them.
We went to the grand opening of Taco Bell Cantina in Chicago, America's first alcohol-serving Taco Bell.
Clifton's Cafeteria opened at the peak of the Great Depression, and provided "pay what you wish" meals to those down on their luck. Now, it serves sliders and artisanal cocktails to a rapidly gentrifying Downtown LA.
For starters, they don't buy anyone a drink.
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.
The Frankenstein burger was going to be part of a plan to end the restaurants' beef for Peace Day.
If it doesn't have eggs then don't call it mayo.
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.
After some handcrafted, cannabis-infused soda, Tarik hops on a gondola to climb nearly 7,000 feet for a meal at the highest elevated restaurant in the state: The Summit House at Crystal Mountain.
In part four, host Tarik gets up close and personal with arguably the most iconic food of Washington State: salmon.
We asked the busy people what got them through a grueling day at work.
A "healthy eating" anxiety disorder known as Orthorexia can ruin your health, sex life, and make you cry about fruit.
A select group of tea collectors are known to gather in Montreal's best tea shop for an invite-only event called "After Hours." Guests bring their most prized tea and, under the guise of camaraderie, hope to be pummeled into herbal enlightenment.
There's a reason the image of the American diner hasn't changed since the triumphant, deluded 1950s.
What's more fun than drinking beer and chowing down on bull balls in 97-degree heat?
How does someone become morbidly obese? Are people genetically predisposed to it, or is it a case of nurture over nature?
"This will sound really dumb, but I don't like Mexican food."
I went to Melbourne's first ever 24-hour ramen bar to find out.
Every Monday night, a group of black-clad, silver-studded punks meet under an overpass in downtown Yangon to distribute food to people living on the streets.
Put down your cocktails, kids: A recent study has examined the link between exposure to alcohol during adolescence and its effect on both learning and memory.
Could you pull it off? Could you actually check everything off the BuzzFeed bucket list, and if so, how long would it take?