Since the fast food worker protests started, McDonald's has always taken an approach of calculated silence towards raising the minimum wage. Given that they sat in the center of the storm when it came to the pay inequality debate, it was inevitable they'd have to say something eventually.
"Bitter clowns tears with a hint of suspicion. Great with lobster Thermidor. Best drunk in the street. Taste guide: Trouser jazz."
Hey, what's the worst ingredient combination of which you can possibly conceive that still technically technically counts as "food?" NOPE, DOESN'T MATTER WHAT YOU THOUGHT OF, DEEP-FRIED SPAM DONUTS ARE WORSE.
You probably always suspected all those colors and shapes and rainbows in breakfast cereal Lucky Charms were secretly supporting you each morning with a queerdom affirming presentation of its many necessary vitamins and minerals. Part of a completely gay breakfast. Well, you'd be right. Maybe.
Never content to rest on their laurels, Taco Bell today announced the upcoming menu addition of something previously thought to reach beyond the bounds of human technology: a burrito wrapped in a quesadilla.
A man in Irving, Texas has admitted to planting hidden cameras in the women's restrooms at Starbucks and another restaurant — and he says he hid more. Believe me, if I had the headline space for something more florid than "slimeball," I would've used it.
Kitchenette understands two things above all else: 1) sandwiches are awesome, and 2) people love yelling at me about how wrong I clearly am. Happily for all parties concerned, ranking sandwiches serves both points.
How'd you like to get your meal comped purely for taking a picture of your entree? Thanks to one London restaurant, that incredibly badly-thought-out business model is now a reality.
Want to know what's actually in a hot dog? Surprisingly, the answer is not "hooves, lips, and skunk anus."
I was just thinking the other day that what the world really needed was for the people responsible for Taco Bell to do for Vietnamese cuisine what they've done for/to "Mexican" "food."
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 even more stories of servers' revenge against horrible customers and co-workers. As always, these are real stories from real readers.
Here's a story that will make everyone who's ever waited tables shake their fist at the sky in a zealous celebration of justice: Baltimore's serial dine-and-dasher Andrew Palmer has been sentenced to five years in prison.
You've got to be shitting me. Artisanal Toast? "Artisanal" goddamn TOAST is a trend now. There's officially no reason to try to save our species. Let's just send the Earth crashing into the sun and be done with it.
When I turned eight, I'm pretty sure my highest aspirations were to beat Super Mario Land on Game Boy*, unless Ninja Turtles was on TV. When Taylor Moxey turned eight, her highest aspirations were apparently "become a professional pastry chef and make the rest of us look like slackers."
Today in Hilarious and Beautiful Comeuppance News, Yelp reviewers have taken revenge on a blatantly anti-gay restaurant in the most fitting and hilarious way possible.
A Russian dairy company that has been inexplicably crossing out its barcodes for five years has finally revealed why: to ward off the Antichrist. Seriously.
Every day, new restaurants pop up in every city in America. The problem is, most of them are just so boring — there are only so many ways to do a diner or a sandwich place or a buffet. But what if we changed all that?
I don't know about you, I love cheese and dairy products in general. The texture, the taste, their ability to blend with other flavors, their titanium dioxide content — heyyy, wait a second.
Apparently, people are not the only creatures desperate for their morning caffeine fix.