The Problem with Eating Like a Refugee for a Week
Humanitarian charity Concern Worldwide's "Ration Challenge" asks fundraisers to spend a week eating the supply packs provided to refugees. But does it undermine the scale of the crisis?
A Meat-Eater and a Veggie Reviewed KFC's New Vegan Burger
Is it as good as a Zinger Stacker? We found out, at one of the only KFC branches now trialling the Imposter Burger.
Beyond Meat Is Great, But Asian Alternatives to Meat Might Be Even Greater
Localised ‘clean meat’ alternatives are gaining popularity in Asia, giving us hope for a more sustainable future.
We Ask Stoners What Their Favorite Snack Is When They Get the Munchies
Everything tastes good when you're high. But you can't have everything—at least not at once.
Cooking Breakfast for 1,500 on a US Navy Ship
It takes thousands of eggs, endless strips of bacon, and (ahem) boatloads of hash browns.
Halal and the Flavors of Islam with Dawn O'Porter
In this episode of Soul Food, Dawn visits NYC legends The Halal Guys.
Make Pho with Jimmy Ly from Madame Vo
Lesson one: the best broth takes time.
Female Sushi Chef Miki Izumisawa is Pushing the Boundaries of Tradition
In this episode of "Sushi Chef," we meet Miki Izumisawa, a female sushi chef who is pushing boundaries with an all-women staff.
How To Make Classic-Style Pork Gua Bao
A quick, perfect recipe from Thailand-born Chef Bao Bao.
Malaysia’s Market for Bull Dick Soup Is Bigger than Yours
Dick soups are fairly widespread through Asia, but particularly popular in Malaysia. I gave in and had a bowl.
The Cambodian Couple Growing Grapes Where Few Others Dare
Amidst arid heat and tropical monsoons, one couple has managed to produce authentic Cambodian wine. But does it taste as bad as the reviews say?
Coca-Cola Attempts To Use Māori, Actually Writes 'Hello, Death'
The PR stunt has, at least, has gained the company a lot of press.