Potlucks are dumb and bad.
Potlucks are dumb and bad.
Riley Curry’s mom Ayesha Curry is joining the ranks of food delivery startups and launching her own meal service, continuing her track toward becoming the NBA’s Martha Stewart.
Who among us can say what a bay leaf tastes like? Not me, although I dutifully throw a leaf or two into a braise whenever the recipe dictates, and to consistently mysterious effect. Kelly Conaboy, formerly of Gawker, writing at the Awl, suggests that this is not due to the bay leaf’s gustatory subtlety being beyond…
Most promotional materials for Dean Sheremet’s new cookbook, Eat Your Heart Out, begin with a reference to his ex-wife, LeAnn Rimes (who famously left him for Eddie Cibrian while he was still married to Brandi Glanville). “You may not know Dean’s name,” they seem to say, “but you definitely know LeAnn’s!” Then, once…
A certain kind of women’s magazine might have you believe that the key to a good hangover cure is to take things out of your body, by detoxing or sweating or puking. But we know that nursing your body back from the brink of death is much more about what you put into it.
Beware of Martha Stewart frying pans.
Over the past few days, I’ve participated in two watershed cultural moments. First, I went to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens in a theater with reclining seats. Second, I watched eight straight hours of The Great British Bake Off. Guess which one has affected me more?
Welcome to Better Than It Looks, a series in which we discuss the recipes we tried (and maybe failed) to execute, and the foods that were served to us by someone perhaps more talented than ourselves. This week: two different adventures with meat.
Jezebel Quickies is a new video series in which we get to know our favorite musicians, artists, actors and other creatives in a snap amount of time.
Have you tried souping yet? Well, I wish you wouldn’t. It’s threatening to ruin all that I love about the dish by reducing it into a fad diet. Can y’all not?
Over the past 10 years, Katherine Heigl’s star has gone from one of the brightest in Hollywood, to a flicker made nearly invisible by a notoriously bad reputation and seal of disapproval from Shonda Rhimes. The woman who once starred in hits like Grey’s Anatomy and Knocked Up is now unable to keep a show from…
Last summer, I made a vow to myself and my friend Jewel. I was going to curb my dependency on Seamless and get back into the habit of cooking. The plan was to stock up on groceries, experiment with meals and experience the alleged adult joy of making my own nourishment through the beautiful and complicated alchemy of…
Anyone who has ever watched Paula Deen or Guy Fieri will not be surprised by this news, but nevertheless, here it is: researchers have found that women who watched cooking shows and tried those recipes for themselves had higher BMIs than women who just watched the shows but didn't do any cooking.
The New York Times just published their latest wide-eyed marijuana update, this time diving into the world of cannabis cooking:
'Tis the season for James Franco and Seth Rogen to promote a new movie, The Interview. So the duo appeared on the YouTube cooking series "Epic Meal Time" to make an intricate dish of Korean BBQ lasagna. Yum.
This is a new, semi-regular cooking column by Jean Grae. We haven't come up with a name yet because we're busy playing Fridge Tetris.
Thanksgiving, by nature, is a holiday that tests, that challenges. Whether it's a guaranteed hit recipe, a simple yet flawless kitchen gadget, an inspiring playlist consisting of Aaron Copland and Heart's radio hits, or a very specific and pleasant strain of marijuana, we all have our standbys that get us through the…
Cooking for One is a new webseries in which chef and comedian Julianna Jones teaches you the ins and outs of cooking when you know you'll be dining solo. For the inaugural episode, she's tackling Thanksgiving...and she's not exactly happy about it.
For over a year, the anonymous authors behind the blog Thug Kitchen entertained their audience with a mixture of healthy recipes and profane ejaculations with a borderline cringey "thug" affectation. Reddit loves it. Gwyneth Paltrow thinks it's hilarious and good. Now, the faces behind Thug Kitchen have been…