Guess what? Millennials are ruining a lot of things, like the razor industry because they want to stay hairy and have giant beards, the beer industry because they prefer drinking hard liquor, and now, they're ruining good ol' American cheese... because they prefer to eat fancy cheeses that aren't dyed bright orange. Okay. First of all, how dare they.
Monday, Oct 15th 2018 (12:01am)
Don't feel bad, most people can't. However, if this personal failing keeps you up nights like it does me, your salvation is at hand: we now know how to do it, thanks to the eggheads at MIT.
I really like this show. There is very little that I find myself disagreeing with the hosts, unlike some of those overdone Food Network shows where everything is staged (yeah, all the cooks finish in 3... 2... 1).
Catch these while you can, only one season at a time is up for viewing.
Tuesday, Aug 14th 2018 (12:22am)
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Chef Ben Churchill Specializes in Food that Looks Like Other Things. He can serve you a dessert that resembles cleaning supplies, potted plants, or a full ashtray.
Four pages of creative desserts to scroll through, some are not exactly appetizing.
Thursday, Jun 28th 2018 (12:00am)
If you've been to a seafood restaurant or market, you probably saw a tank full of live lobsters, waiting to be eaten. Some places even let you pick out the lobsters you want to eat. But why are lobsters boiled alive and not other animals like pigs or chickens? The answer may surprise you, and it's more than just about the taste.
Monday, May 14th 2018 (12:00am)
The stars were brightly shining in Durham, North Carolina, when three women obsessed with Jell-O mounted a pop-up museum exhibition of molded foods. Your grandmama's green "congealed salad" was one thing - but you've never seen the likes of these creations from chefs, home cooks, and one punk-rock bass player.
According to Nancy Zucker, director of the Duke Center for Eating Disorders, in a sample of 2,600 adults who identified themselves as picky eaters, 75 percent reported that the pattern started in childhood.
On a recent afternoon, an Oscar Mayer representative sent me an email alerting me to a new innovation in the hot dog-eating space: putting peanut butter on hot dogs. The rep claimed it was a growing trend. I was shocked and confused, but mostly disappointed in myself for not having heard of the practice sooner. A quick search on Twitter proved that the peanut butter-topped hot dog was, in fact, a thing.
Monday, Feb 12th 2018 (12:00am)
The B-52s brought you a Rock Lobster. Now they are introducing Love Shack Shakes. The quirky new wave band out of Athens, Georgia, has teamed up with Shake Shack to create a strawberry blonde milkshake topped with whipped cream and glitter sprinkles, according to their Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Thursday, Feb 1st 2018 (12:00am) | Thanks: jedi clampett
We have all heard by now about the Tide Pods Challenge and how toxic this viral nonsense has become. Well, here is a donut shop in North Carolina that has crafted oilycakes that look like the detergent packets.
Tuesday, Jan 23rd 2018 (3:19pm)
John Gilchrist, the child actor best-known as Mikey from Life cereal's most notable commercial, was tossing around a baseball in 1979 when his mom got a bizarre phone call from a stranger in tears.
"I'm so sorry to hear about your son!" the woman wailed.
"What do you mean?" Gilchrist's mother shot back. "He's at the park -- he just came home from school."
Tuesday, Dec 26th 2017 (12:00am)
In the cold-war craze of the 50's, the government was faced with many survival decisions, including just what to feed all the huddled masses in their underground bunkers and shelters. After much study, they hit upon bulgur wheat, a key ingredient in middle-Eastern cuisine and an especially hardy and common grain. From that, 20 billion pounds of all-purpose survival crackers came into being.
You've probably heard the warning every year since you were a kid: Don't eat those little silver balls on your Christmas cookies, because they’re "poisonous." Those small round decorations are officially called silver dragées - dragée being the general term for a tiny confectionery coated in hard sugar - and they've been haunting the Food and Drug Administration for over a century.
Tuesday, Dec 12th 2017 (12:00am)
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017)
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