Watermelon Radish "Prosciutto" and Melon Salad Recipe
A simple and fresh salad that's smoky and bright.
Easy Melon Salad Recipe
The perfect no-cook salad for when it's hot outside.
Crunchy Summer Salad Recipe
Oh, you went to the farmer's market? You're so cool. Slice it up and throw it in here, why don't ya?
Honeydew Melon and Fennel Salad Recipe
Bite-size chunks of melon and toasted pistachios make for the perfect summery salad.
20 Desserts That Make the Most of Fresh Fruit
Fruit out of a can should only be a last resort.
Melon and Midori Wine Spritzer Recipe
Let this bright green take on a white wine spritzer transport you to a time when your aunts wore floral denim shorts and talked about one day buying a beach house over bottles of Bartles & Jaymes.
We Spoke to a Guy from the Restaurant That Serves Poo-Flavoured Curry
Japanese porno god Ken Shimizu’s Curry Shop Shimizu restaurant serves nothing but shit-flavoured curry. We called one of his disciples to find out why and how—but mostly just: what the fuck was he thinking?
This Fruit-Flavored Fried Chicken Is Even Worse Than That Pea Guacamole
A Korean restaurant is putting melon- and banana-flavored powder all over its multicolored fried chicken and it must be stopped immediately. This is unacceptable.
How to Drink Like Your Grandparents and Enjoy It
Yes, all grandmas are different, and some don't even drink. But these cocktails—Pimm's Cups and wine spritzers—are for old people, or at least the old at heart.
Japan’s Favorite Snack Food Is Taking Homoeroticism Out of the Closet
For years, the Japanese equivalent of the “spaghetti kiss” popularized by Lady and the Tramp has been the Pocky kiss. And recently the Internet is filling up with boys using Pocky to work out their homoerotic longings for each other.
Hannibal's Food Stylist Is More Worried About Oysters Than Cannibalism
Lobsters in cantaloupes and foie gras gussied up with ostrich feathers are commonplace on the Hannibal dinner table. But it takes a keen artistic sensibility—and sometimes a pile of mashed potatoes—to make that food camera-ready.