They're actually calling them "Cap'n Crunch Delights," but come on, we all know we're looking at the Cap'n's scrote meat.
I can't decide whether this more disproves the existence of a just and loving deity, or whether this means the apocalypse is coming. Either way, I am not on board.
In a year of doing this job (today is Kitchenette's one-year anniversary), regular readers will probably notice that there's one subject I've almost entirely avoided, and it's one to which most food websites devote an inordinate amount of bandwidth: chef culture. The fact that I've largely ignored it (and no, Guy Fieri
After years of unsubstantiated but persistent rumors, Purina is finally being sued for allegedly killing thousands of dogs with one brand of kibble.
Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. Today, we've got part two of two consecutive weeks of tales of aggressively dumb customers. As always, these are real e-mails from real readers.
Some of you are probably reading that headline and thinking "oh, this must've been a coincidence and it's just people making a big deal out of nothing." Yeah, not so much.
Girl Scout Cookies are "just" cookies like the Manhattan Project was "just" a chemistry experiment. And it's in that spirit that today, this very frigid Friday afternoon, we settle, once and for all, which kind is best. Unequivocally.
When I got the opportunity to write this column, I was super excited and also concerned. I’m not good at giving exact instructions. I cook from my heart, taste buds, eyes, imagination and most of all, out of love and care.
The New York Times today posted an informative, detailed report about just how unhealthy Chipotle is for a variety of reasons. They also, for some inexplicable reason, seem to genuinely think this is news to us.
Thousands of South Koreans tune in daily to Muk-bang (eating broadcasts): Online live-stream channels where people eats large amounts of food on camera. Those people, called Broadcast Jockeys (BJ's), became real celebrities that could earn up to $9000 a month just by sharing meals with their lonely audience.
Well, that's one way to get to the front of the line immediately.
Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. Today, we've got part one of two consecutive weeks of tales of aggressively dumb customers (same as when I did this with terrible customer stories, it's because I realized how many I had saved…
Quick: what's the most absurd thing you've ever heard a person say? That vaccines cause autism? That lizard people live under Los Angeles? How about that "there is no acceptable level of any chemical to ingest, ever?"
Welcome to Boozinette, your illustrated cocktail guide. This is how to make The Last Swipe On The Left.
Fact: Milk is for babies and children. If you are an adult—i.e., not a baby or child—you should not be drinking milk.
You'd probably have an easier time achieving a lasting peace in the Middle East than getting a room full of Americans, selected at random, to agree on pizza toppings. Ranking them should be fun, then.
It's three. No matter what you say, the answer is still three. Sorry, scientists: Owl 1, Science 0.
There's a term for people who inhale an entire meal in basically one go: "weird lunatics." Also "men," apparently.