What VICE Readers Bought This Month: Bug Zappers and Penis Pumps
TikTok-famous ice cream machines, $10 earbuds, and Masturbation May delights took over your carts.
The VICE Guide to Celebrity Cookbooks
From Eric Wareheim and Gwyneth Paltrow to Snoop Dogg and Kevin from ‘The Office,’ these celeb-written cookbooks are actually amazing.
The Best Jewish Food Cookbooks (for Noshing Your Way Through the Holidays)
From classic to innovative, these Jewish cookbooks will teach you how to make Israeli street food, West African-inspired brisket, and way, way more.
The Best Cookbooks of 2022, From Wok Manifestos to Dessert Bibles
Packed with recipes for colossal sandwiches, game-changing salads, and vegan Chinese food, the year’s best cookbooks contain the meaning of life.
The Best Cooking Gifts and Kitchen Supplies to Give All Your Hungry Friends
These grill pans, knife sets, electric kettles, and burrito holders will make you the Queen or King of Food Gifts.
I Tried Recipes From the Official Conservative Party Cookbook
"Corridors of Flour" features recipes from Boris Johnson, David Cameron and other Tory notables with questionable culinary skills.
A Tiny New Publisher Is Making Food Books to Raise Money for Restaurants
Somekind has raised more than $200,000 for Australian restaurants through crowdfunded cookbooks. Now it's taking its mission to the US.
‘Cooking Basics for Dummies’ Is Actually the Best Cookbook Out There
In a world where everyone’s a chef, the most basic of basic knowledge has surprising value.
The 'MUNCHIES Guide to Dinner' Is Here to Help You Feed Your Friends
Our new book will help you get dinner on the table faster than it takes to get delivery from the spot down the street.
These Delicious Ingredients and Products Will Make You a Better Cook
According to VICE Culinary Director Farideh Sadeghin, who can't live without them.
Jack Monroe Has Written a Cookbook for Food Bank Users
The food writer and campaigner rose to fame in 2012 after her blog on food poverty went viral. She tells us about ‘Tin Can Cook,’ the canned food recipe book she wishes she’d had as a food bank user.
In Praise of Food Dad, Nigel Slater
He channels the queer-coded excess of a Bacchanalian feast, but in a mild-mannered way to which middle England can aspire.