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Most human beings love desserts; the whole point of the final course is to be as delicious as possible. But while desserts are usually used as a reward, eating any of these eight catastrophes should constitute cruel and unusual punishment.
No one wants to anger or inconvenience their restaurant staff when they go out to eat. Okay, nice people do not want to anger and inconvenience their restaurant staff when they go out to eat. Everyone sometimes wants something on the menu but done a little differently. Maybe you want to hold the cheese or you have…
Mother Jones' Kiera Butler posted a feature on Monday from her trip to the CDA's (California Dietetic Association) annual conference in Pomona, which was apparently catered by freaking McDonald's.
There have been a surprising number of stories about customers both good and bad in the past few days, and regular readers know what that means for Kitchenette: it's Roundup time. From Tips For Jesus to someone at the finest sushi bar in the world asking for cooked sushi, we've got you covered.
Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. This week, we've got stories about the horrible goings-on in restaurant bathrooms — always a font of the darkest expressions of the human soul. As always, these are real stories from real readers.
We've long known that whiskey and pork products produce great complementary flavors; it's the reason whiskey-based BBQ sauces are so delicious. But now one popular Iowa distillery has boldly asked the question, "hey, what if we streamlined that whole process?"
So you want to go out to eat on Mother's Day, huh? In that case, there are a few things we should probably discuss.
A new documentary produced by Katie Couric examines America's obesity epidemic and comes to some conclusions that might surprise you.
Fast food workers are planning the largest international worker strike to date, and a bevy of news stories from this week show just how scared the food industry actually is of the rising tide of worker organization.
Have you ever had a desire to purchase a gimmicky, ludicrously overpriced fruit in a box? If you live in Japan and have $6, today is your lucky day.
Breaking news in the breakfast wars: Burger King is now offering burgers. But, y'know, for breakfast.
"Is this a still from an autopsy demonstration video on VHS or breakfast? We will never know."
With State Fairs only a few short months away, Kitchenette figured it was high time we delved into America's gastronomic Houses of Horror. Since nowhere is our collective cultural disregard for the laws of physics and good taste made clear more than with deep fried foods, it's only appropriate that we begin there.
Multiple women who until recently were employees of a Chicago restaurant have alleged (and in this case, "alleged" means "have concrete evidence") that the restaurant's owner was filming them in the bathroom.
What are decent-minded human beings to do when your state passes an unbelievably shitty law, no one seems to notice, and you feel like protesting? For a few Chefs, the answer is "prepare delicious food served with a generous side portion of Fuck You to the Mississippi state government."
So, imagine the following scenario: you're at work at a fast food place, just trying to get through your shift, like any other day. You spot a whole bunch of guys carrying assault weaponry right in front of the restaurant. What do you do?
I was watching an episode of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown recently, and he was in Vegas at a fancy José Andrés restaurant-within-a-restaurant that had roughly two and a half seats and likely charged hundreds upon hundreds of dollars for a single meal. Bourdain was presented with an "egg" that was not an egg, but…
Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. This week, we're dealing with truly horrible co-workers, most of whom received their just comeuppance.* As always, these are real stories from real readers.
Ever wondered which States tip the best, and which tip the worst? Today, we've got some data to help answer that.