After the video was posted to Facebook, the health inspector temporarily closed No. 1 Chinese Restaurant in Tennessee.
A recent federal raid and a complaint about "human meat being inside a burger" has cast suspicion on a South Carolina Dairy Queen.
That's a lot of tickets to the "Sprinkle Pool."
The combination of an enthusiastic restaurant owner, a Marvel supervillain, and some deliberate-but-benign copyright infringement is the highest form of art.
The agency said that it has received "many reports" of people downing "Miracle" sodium chlorite products to cure everything ranging from cancer to the flu.
Since the photo of his meal went viral, the officer has appeared on 'Fox & Friends' and received an over-the-top apology from Burger King.
When a pro-Confederate group rallied near his North Carolina shop, the owner of Matthew's Chocolates decided to take matters into his own hands.
A photo of a curry-covered seagull just went viral, but it isn't the first bird to end up in a vat of food at a factory.
Cops confiscated more than 4000 liters of beer from the Sword and Shield festival in Ostritz, while activists bought out the local supermarkets' stock.
"I’m speechless!!!" the singer wrote on Instagram.
"I just had to get that salty pink ambrosia."
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The All-Star slugger removed them, he said, because the bread was too hard.