Hip-Hop, Hummus, and Political Activism Come Together in Montreal’s 'Little Palestine'
We spent the day with rapper, professor, and activist Narcy to discuss hip-hop, politics, and how food brings everything—and everyone—together.
Relax, the EU Is Not About to Ban Döner Kebab
The döner will be spared... most likely.
We Made Berlin's Best Sommelier Pair Wines with Döner Kebabs
At 3 AM in the subway.
New York Health Officials Argue that Street Food Carts Hurt the Environment and Our Health
That kebab grill that fills your neighbourhood with the smell of comfort emits as much pollution as a diesel truck driving 3,500 miles.
This London Chef Is Taking Turkish Food Beyond the Kebab Shop
On a quiet street corner in Shoreditch, chef Selin Kiazim’s restaurant is ridding Turkish food of its greasy kebab shop reputation, one octopus pide at a time.
Meet the 63-Year-Old ‘Auntie’ Making Glasgow’s Favorite Samosas
Served with chickpeas and tamarind chutney, Glasgow Sweet House’s samosas are the work of "Auntie" Nasreen. “All of my friends’ daughters come here to get them,” she says. “I’m flattered everyone likes them.”
What Police Found in the Back of This Van Might Put You Off Kebabs for Life
Hertfordshire police stopped a van during rush hour traffic after it appeared to be “dragging its rear down the road.”
I Spent 24 Hours in Berlin’s Busiest Drug Market
When I get out of the U8 train at Berlin's Kottbusser Tor station at 5 AM on a Thursday, three men dressed in rags raise their beer bottles to greet me, grinning with the few remaining teeth they have.
How a Block Party Called Kebabistan Is Shaking Up Berlin’s Food Scene
Kebabistan is one part block party and one part ode to the unsung hero of Berlin’s multifaceted, multikulti food world: the mighty döner kebab.
Meet the London Chef Making Meat on a Stick a Thing of Beauty
Josh Katz of Berber & Q wants diners to ditch the elephant-leg shawarma from the kebab shop for traditional Levantine charcoal-grilled meat.
We Spoke to the Guy Behind the Dalston Kebab Shop with 23,000 Twitter Followers
Mangal 2 in East London is as famous for its acerbic tweets as it is for its adana kofte. “No other restaurant was tweeting anything unrelated to the restaurant industry,” says Ferhat Dirik, who began manning the Twitter account in 2011.
Kebabs Are Under Fire in This City's 'Ethnic Food Ban'
The city of Verona, which has World Heritage Site status, has banned the opening of any new restaurants that offer mostly “ethnic” or deep-fried food.