Dishmantled, coming soon to streaming platform Quibi, will be hosted by Tituss Burgess and appears to be completely real.
The adaptation of Stephanie Danler's popular novel doesn't focus on chefs, and that's exactly why you should watch it.
There are cookery shows, then there is 'Sunday Brunch.'
As a preliminary food tasting judge for cooking competition shows, I taste the good, the bad, and the ugly. By the time the finalists are selected to be on the show, only the ones that didn’t give me food poisoning get to cook for the TV judges.
I spoke with Andrew Zimmern, host of Bizarre Foods, about why we should care about the world's disappearing culinary traditions.
With her Guardian baking column and food positive tweets, the former Great British Bake Off star has become a champion of guilt-free eating. “If I’m making something, that’s gonna make me feel good,” she says. “Whatever it is—healthy, unhealthy.”
I spoke to slow food evangelist Michael Pollan about his new Netflix docu-series Cooked and why everyone should learn how to roast a chicken.
Today on Daily VICE, editor-in-chief Helen Hollyman speaks to living food legend Jacques Pépin, who helped to redefine the American palate through his culinary identity on TV.
Lobsters in cantaloupes and foie gras gussied up with ostrich feathers are commonplace on the Hannibal dinner table. But it takes a keen artistic sensibility—and sometimes a pile of mashed potatoes—to make that food camera-ready.
I'm sick of feeling embarrassed by my bland pasta-with-ketchup-sauce dinner. Because of the sheer volume of food TV hammering our gray matter, there are millions of us who are couch-potato gourmands. But in the kitchen, would we have the chops to...