How Two Canadians' Izakaya Accidentally Changed Hong Kong's Restaurant Culture
"To be honest, we had no idea what we were doing when we opened."
Alan Yang of 'Master of None' Takes On the East Coast vs. West Coast Chinese Food Debate
He also knows where to get the best ma po tofu in Manhattan and the best soup dumplings in Shanghai. Duh.
Heineken Could Be Banned in Hungary for Use of Red Star in Logo
The Eastern European nation hopes to eradicate the usage of communist iconography and Nazi symbology, including the swastika and the red star.
Meat Cakes Take Japan by Storm, Look Pretty Amazing TBH
Who needs Funfetti when you can be presented with a massive but delicately arranged pile of raw beef?
Like Getting Hammered on Planes? There's a Beer for That
A new beer called Betsy is specially formulated to taste good and go down smoothly even when you're 30,000 feet in the air.
Hitler Toast Leads to Jail Time for German Drug Dealer
If you're dealing large quantities of meth, avoid burning images of the Nazi leader into bread and posting photos on the internet, k?
GOP Senator's 'Business Degree' Turns Out to Be Training at a Sizzler
That “degree” was, in fact, a Sizzler management certificate, and likely not even that; Chelgren has been unable to produce documentation of any kind.
What We Learned from Mar-a-Lago's Food Safety Inspection
In total, inspectors recorded a full 13 violations at Donald Trump's resort, though none were serious and most were corrected over the course of the inspection.
I Can't Stop Watching This Guy Eat Decades-Old Army Rations
Judging from the comments of Steve’s many viewers—that hardtack video alone has been watched more than 610,000 times—everyone gets something different from his performances.
The Hottest New Variety of Pepper Is Not Hot at All
Pepper grower Noah Robbins says the "heatless habanero" is a "real mindfuck": "Your taste buds brace for the heat, but it never comes."
This 18-Carat Gold 'Kale Cuff' Can Be Yours for the Low Price of $1,400
So, what happens when you combine two of the most obnoxious trends of the last decade—ostentatious luxury jewelry intended to show the world that the wearer is “charitable,” and kale?
Remembering That Time on 'Divorce Court' When a Woman Complained that Her Husband's Incredible Cooking Made Her Fat
Chief among Rashida's grievances were that her husband said “I love you” too much—more than twice a week—and that he cooked delicious meals for her too often.