How 'Chopped' Became TV's Greatest Cooking Show
Chihuahuas, chicken in a can, and other surprising insights from Food Network's crown jewel.
Opening Your Own Restaurant Is More Rewarding Than Michelin-Star Cooking
"When you’re cooking three Michelin-starred food, everything has to be perfect,” says London chef Jun Tanaka, who recently opened his own restaurant, The Ninth. “I worked there for the knowledge and experience. But on a day-to-day basis, I hated it.”
Someone Turned '2001: A Space Odyssey' into 569 GIFs
Now you can watch Kubrick's sci-fi masterpiece in its entirety... on GIPHY?
Meet the Latin Diva Chopping Her Way Through Gender Norms
Soraya Sobreidad is the host of an amateur YouTube cooking show that blends healthy techniques with Latin cuisine. But it took a long, painful journey for Jaime Montalvo—Soraya's other self—to discover the diva that she has become today.
Your Love of Cooking Shows Could Be Making You Fat
A new study shows that if you're the go-getter type that actually makes those mac 'n' cheese cupcakes on your tv, your body might be paying the price.