"Dave the Donk-Man's fancy French-style clam paws with sweet-and-sour Suzycakes."
Given a lot of the company's actions in the past few years, it's fair to ask: have the minds behind Doritos completely and utterly lost it? Has anyone yet done the necessary research to trace the roots of Doritos' descent into the dark heart of absurdity into some sort of workable timeline?
A Freeport, Texas Subway employee so ill she had to be rushed to the hospital was forced to keep working by her manager — then the restaurant fired her when someone else called an ambulance.
In one of the most gloriously absurd stories in recent memory, a Springfield, Massachusetts Taco Bell employee was arrested after a customer allegedly bit him on the arm, after which the employee shot him repeatedly with a BB gun.
Daniel Rugg Webb was probably just swept up in the moment when the President came to his register to pay for a giant takeout order for himself and his staff at the Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas.
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 bring you stories of truly horrible customers who were served an extra helping of justice. As always, these are real e-mails from real readers.
Today in No, Seriously, This is Real: McDonald's is hosting wedding receptions in Hong Kong. I swear that this is in no way exaggerated — this is EXACTLY the way you're imagining it.
Two McDonald's employees in Queens are suing the company due to its abject failure to protect them from the numerous unbelievably inappropriate actions of their racist, gropey former manager.
The owners of a NYC restaurant were receiving far more complaints than they used to about the kitchen speed and quality of service, so they decided to go to surveillance tapes to figure out the issue. The answers, which they posted to Craigslist, were not what they expected.
Not to go full hipster on you, but the title of best fast food burger in America now belongs to a place most people have likely never heard of (this includes myself, before writing this post).
Red Lobster is in the news, and surprisingly, it's not as a punch line, but for doing something that's actually pretty objectively adorable.
Ever read a Yelp review and say, "Jesus, that's some asinine bullshit. I wish someone would make fun of that crap"? If the answer is yes, look no further, because Kitchenette is on the case.
A McDonald's customer at an as-yet-undetermined restaurant went on a smashing spree with whatever he could find at hand, and it was all caught on film.
In one of the most ill-advised and desperate moves in chain-restaurant history, T.G.I.Friday's is now offering literally endless appetizers. You're not reading this wrong.
Catering giant Aramark has once again been caught serving maggot-ridden food to prisoners.
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 bring you more stories of sexual harassment in restaurants that dial the sleaze up to shiver-inducing levels. As always, these are real e-mails from real readers.
The USDA keeps track of what percentage of their household budget every country's citizens spend on food, and now there's a map that shows just that.
Thanks to a yearly convention and the annual efforts of volunteers, numerous New Yorkers who ordinarily have trouble putting food on the table are this week getting foie gras, artisanal cheese, prosciutto, truffles, duck breast, and other delicacies.
Winter is coming...and after that, it's spring, and time for Game of Thrones season 5 — along with a series of wines themed from Westeros and beyond.
California-based Foster Farms are now recalling all products linked to a salmonella outbreak that has been going on for over a year.