I want you to try to think of the weirdest concept for a high-priced avant garde dinner that you can. Did that concept involve watching someone literally kill your dinner, as well as being able to go full Viking yourself on a chicken or turkey to take home later? Because that's a thing.
"Burrito sauce." What is it? Why is it? From whence did it come? Whatever it is, Pizza Hut New Zealand is apparently putting it on stuff in the hope that'll magically transform its pizzas into a South of the border culinary adventure.
There is a war brewing in the heartland of America. A war the prophecies foretold, a raging conflagration that will engulf every man, woman, and child across the realm. This war comes not with steel or fire, but with a far more deadly weapon: emulsification.
Burger King Canada is now selling poutine, which I'm sure will be regarded as great news by Canadian Jezebel readers who tragically lack taste buds but still subscribe to Diarrhea Fancy magazine.
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 draw six stories from that old, reliable, seemingly never-ending well: dumb restaurant customers. As always, these are real e-mails from real readers.
Two days ago, Pittsburgh's Conflict Kitchen was forced to close due to death threats. Next time someone tells you Muslims are the only ones who threaten those who disagree with them with death, do us all a favor and show them this story.
The problem with stir-frying is the common perception that it's this simple, quick way of throwing together a good dinner. I don't really know what to make, and I'm running late getting home from work, so I guess I'll just whip up some stir-fry is the thought process that leads, inexorably, to the 5,973,221st…
That's a pretty good headline. That's the sort of headline you can look back on at the end of your career and say "I made a difference." Do we need to elaborate on that headline? Yes? Alright, here we go.
You will never be as much of a badass as 90-year-old Ft. Lauderdale, Florida resident Arnold Abbott. I don't care if you travel back in time to kick the crap out of the Nazis with a lightsaber while riding a hoverunicorn — he still wins.
A Belgian startup is attempting to circumvent the issue of Westerners not being the biggest fans of eating insects — by hiding as best they can the fact that they're selling you insects.
Pinterest is one of the internet's more interesting inventions — a website for craftsy people to share their creativity with the world without quite as much twee pretension as Etsy. The dark side of it, however, is that when it comes to food, that creativity could often be described charitably as "misplaced" and…
A woman who complained on social media about a UK pub owner's decision to wear blackface for Halloween was subject to some pretty messed up abuse as a result.
Man, Starbucks, for a company that prides itself on being politically progressive, you guys are kind of unbelievably persistent in your stodginess.
McDonald's has now released a video detailing how the McRib is made. Incredibly, no part of the process involves sacrificing an orphan to an Elder God.
Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. This week, in a special extended edition (seven stories!), we bring you stories of the worst restaurant customers ever. As always, these are real e-mails from real readers.
Barbecue is really good, if you're into that sort of thing. On the other hand, racism is not good, even and especially if you're into that sort of thing.
If you're anything like me, you're
a bitter, jaded misanthrope with ill will towards all mankind annoyed by the rising wave of trendy new restaurants selling shit like artisanal ice. Luckily, one Chicago restaurant took Halloween as an opportunity to mock the living hell out of places like that.
It turns out only about 2% of the food that comes into the US gets inspected by the FDA. NOT TO FREAK YOU GUYS OUT OR ANYTHING.
Many people like candy corn, such as hobos, serial murderers, and Satan. But actually, candy corn is terrible. If you give it out to trick-or-treating children this evening, you belong in fucking prison.
Colorado parents have figured out a whole new thing to get hysterically up-in-arms about this Halloween: the prospect of their kids bringing home weed-infused candy.