There's Only One Good Subway Sandwich and It's the Veggie Delite
Think of the Veggie Delite as a mediocre house salad served inside of a giant loaf of bread, and it delivers.
In Defense of Wedge Salads, from the Father of the Writer Who Denigrated Them
We received this unsolicited opinion piece from writer Sydney Mondry's dad and it deserves to be published on VICE.
Josh "Dad" Mondry
Actually, Wedge Salads Are an Abomination
Down with this vegetal doorstop.
Actually, Vegan Ice Cream Is Just as Good as the Dairy Kind
Why does approval of this seemingly benign genre of dessert evoke such a passionately negative response?
Stop Calling Me a Monster Because I Bite My String Cheese
Doing away with the ridiculous ceremony of separating individual cheese fibers opens up a world of possibilities.
Actually, Tiny Overpriced Grocery Stores Are Perfect for Indecisive People
I look at the exorbitant prices as my penance for the inability to make a decision in bigger stores.
Actually, NY-Style Deli Sandwiches Are Too Goddamn Huge
I'm gonna fill you in on a sandwich hack that will change your life (and the way you eat pastrami).
Actually, Slicing Bagels Like Bread Is Good
As a St. Louis native, I urge you to think twice before jumping on the hate train.
Dear Restaurants: This Chair Sucks
This uncomfortable and not particularly attractive chair has become a disease.
Actually, Onion Rings Are Carnival Food, Not an Everyday Side Dish
Onion rings should be a fringe gag like deep-fried Oreos, not just a desperate alternative to French fries.
Actually, Ice Cream Is Better in Winter
Eating ice cream can be a race against the sun, but now is your chance to prolong the present-tense bliss of every bite.
Actually, Salt Is the Only Flavor Potato Chips Need
Why can’t we just be happy with what we have, especially when what we have is so damn good?