cooking

cooking

Inside the Tiny Kitchens of London’s Canal Boat Dwellers

"It’s so cozy. But I’d still really quite like a toaster!”
Nancy Smallwood
2.13.19
veganism

Meet the Vegan Heroes Being Persecuted for Their Beliefs

The much-criticised faces of a brave new chapter of identity politics, who strive on anyway.
Hannah Ewens
1.18.19
Munchies

A Culinary Program in El Salvador Is Giving At-Risk Youths a Reason to Stay

Gastromotiva trains young Salvadorans in culinary and life skills to provide them with better work opportunities and alternatives to migration.
11.20.18
cooking

This Cookery School for Former Foster Care Kids Teaches More Than Just Kitchen Skills

Every year, 11,000 teenagers leave foster care in Britain. Kitchen Kick Start aims to teach them basic cooking and food budgeting techniques—two vital skills for independent living.
Sophie Wilkinson
11.19.18
Munchies

New Advancements In Prosthetic Limbs Are Making It Easier To Crack Open a Cold One

The Coapt system allows users to accomplish two-handed tasks in the kitchen, and elsewhere, better than ever before.
Lauren Rothman
10.24.18
Food

The Moment in Adulthood When You Realise Your Parents' Cooking Kind of Sucks

For years, I was utterly convinced that all my childhood meals were worthy of three Michelin stars. Then I tasted legitimately good food.
Chason Gordon
10.23.18
tv party

TV Party: 'Gordon, Gino and Fred's Road Trip' on ITV

A brilliant programme made specifically for your mum.
Lauren O'Neill
10.19.18
Dating

How Tinder Is Killing the Home-Cooked Dinner Date

Swipe culture; fear of IRL interaction; anxiety about entering a stranger's home. There are lots of reasons why making dinner for a date is going out of style.
Allie Volpe
10.10.18
cooking

Why Trekkies Are So Obsessed with Making a Disgusting Klingon Dish Called Gagh

The fictional alien worm recipe is not easy to replicate on Earth—but 'Star Trek' fans keep trying, anyway.
Mark Hay
9.26.18
VICE Guide to Life

How to Make Instant Ramen Taste Like a Proper Adult Meal Instead of a Drunk Snack

Inject that seasoning powder right into my veins.
Danielle Wayda
9.25.18
Television

Gordon Ramsay's New Show Is the Nadir of His Deeply Weird Craft

'24 Hours to Hell and Back' is textbook Ramsay: shouting, swearing and a great deal of rotting meat.
Lauren O'Neill
8.23.18
Munchies

What to Do When All Your Favourite Foods Remind You of Your Ex

After my ex and I broke up, the idea of cooking shakshuka felt bizarre and wrong. It had been our “thing” and I couldn’t imagine enjoying it by myself.
Ruchira Sharma
8.16.18
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