HIV-Positive Chefs Team Up to End Stigma
A recent survey suggests half of Canadians wouldn't eat food prepared by a HIV-positive individual. June's Eatery wants to change that.
Meet the 'Congee Queens' Who Want to Change the Face of Fast Food
“Can we bridge socioeconomic, cultural, and class gaps by sharing food experiences rooted in love?” That is just one of the many high-minded questions that the Congee Queens, a newly formed mission-based pop-up, hopes to answer.
I Spent $56 to Eat Dinner Out of a Plastic Container and It Was Kinda Great
This restaurant concept is so crazy it just might work.
How Being a Former Olympian Runner Turned Me into a DIY Sushi Master
It’s my dream to one day have a party with an all-women sushi team across the street from Sukiyabashi Jiro in Japan and be like, “What up! Look at how much fun we are having over here!”
This 22-Year-Old Chef Is Giving New Life to His Father's Old Photo Studio
For 22-year-old chef Theo Friedman, that quest for finding the ideal dining atmosphere has led him to look inward and draw upon his childhood in an unexpectedly tangible way.
How My Ceviche Obsession Transformed My Life
My quest to find the perfect bite of ceviche has changed the course of my life. It led me to quit my successful career as a lawyer and start a pop-up called Ceviche Project. I haven't looked back ever since.
Octavio Olivas Benitez
This Pop-Up Had Me Eating Like an Animal from a Trough
When we eat, we are really eating the food that our food eats. That’s how I ended up at a dinner where I ate a salt lick, hay, and a bunch of grass.
I Spent an Entire Month Prepping for the Ultimate Pizza Party
The whole experience really blew my mind. For someone who really appreciates bread, it made me see pizza in a totally new light.
This Pop-Up Is Part Arcade and Part Restaurant
“The concept of Meal of Fortune is to do an edible arcade. I wanted to reimagine the restaurant experience as arcade because I wanted to see if gamifying our food would make us appreciate it more.”
You Can Only Eat with Your Hands at LA's Biggest Filipino Dinner
A kamayan dinner is a Filipino feast in which you eat unimaginable amounts of food off banana leaves at a communal table, without any utensils whatsoever. It may be the grand equalizer to finally give Filipino cuisine the push that it needs to become...
The Hottest Dinner Is Served on a Frozen River in Winnipeg
RAW: Almond is a five-course dinner prepared and served on the ice of the Assiniboine River, when evening temperatures drop into the minus double-digits.
Is East London's New Death Row Pop-Up Restaurant for Real?
I thought Death Row Dinners was an art prank. It seems I might be wrong.