Because of how insanely successful Bravo’s website has been (last month the site reached 13.5 million people), the channel has decided to add more digital series to its site after premiering its first web series Going Off the Menu, about foodies, last year.
For people who live to eat, this is a golden age. Food documentaries, where every last oyster is lovingly and tenderly plated in slow motion, abound. There are hundreds of shows—competition-based, conversational, and educational—devoted to the topic. BuzzFeed’s Tasty exists.
Hummus is a simple dish. Puree some cooked chickpeas and tahini, then add garlic, olive oil, salt, and a squeeze of lemon. If you’re feeling crazy, get some olives on the side and snack on them in between globs. Who would complicate this flawless recipe? Dunces.
I don’t know how this happened but the fact that the newest season of Chef’s Table was upon us, like it is literally up on us, totally escaped me. But here it is, and I’m going to savor each episode carefully, unlike the food I will scarf down while watching them.
Mark Simmons, an alum of Top Chef, now owns and serves as chef for the posh New York restaurant, Kiwiana. And in light of Donald Trump’s frightening Muslim travel ban, he has found a creative means of making a political statement that his patrons cannot ignore.
La La Land is a movie carried by talented actors doing their best with what they were given. One of the things they were given was this hideous souffle-cake chimera which Ryan Gosling believably portrays as food.
Are you’re having people over to watch the most entertaining of all awards shows this weekend? If so, surprise them by preparing an assortment of dishes that would easily win the Golden Globe for Best Party Food (Themed), if such an award existed. Though, who am I kidding, La La Land would probably take that one home,…
Oprah Winfrey wore a lovely, rich-looking off-the-shoulder look on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to promote her first (shockingly) cookbook, Food, Health, and Happiness: 115 On-Point Recipes for Great Meals and a Better Life, which she insists is “not a diet book.”
By the time you read this, I will be on maternity leave. A little quick math will reveal that I have therefore laid off the liquor for nearly a year. A year with several occasions where—to put it mildly—I could have used a drink.
Even deplorables must eat, and when they do, they evidently like their servers strapped into bullet belts. Bombshells, a military-themed restaurant chain based in Texas that features straight-up bomb replicas as decor and boasts a “Defcon 1 Nuclear” wing sauce, has seen a 10.5% spike in revenue in the fourth quarter…
Alright pals, I have reviewed your entries, all of which look delectable. If I had participation trophies to distribute, you would each receive one. But of course, we can only have one Thanksgiving Leftover Sandwich champion.
In what’s become an age-old tradition, we here at Jezebel love to celebrate not necessarily the main meal of Thanksgiving weekend, but the secret, more important portion of the program: the sandwich that results from the leftover scraps of your feast.
Last Thursday night, while at work in the State Capitol in Baton Rouge, Louisiana Senator Karen Carter Peterson noticed a birthday cake in the shape of a bikini clad torso. It had been baked, she learned, in honor of Representative Mark Abraham’s 63rd birthday. Nonetheless, Peterson was disgusted at the misogyny…
“Cooking is more gratifying and, frankly, more fun when I’m cooking for people I love,” Ina Garten writes in the introduction of her new cookbook, Cooking for Jeffrey. “And for more than forty years my most constant and appreciative audience has been my sweet husband.”
On Wednesday afternoon, Michelle Obama lifted a very green, organic middle finger to any unnamed future presidents who might want to fuck with her hard-won White House Kitchen Garden. The garden has been updated with steel, concrete, and stone, ostensibly so that a certain KFC-hoovering troglodyte would have a hard…
They could put out a new iteration of Chef’s Table every month and I’d be happy about it, but then it wouldn’t be Chef’s Table—careful, even-handed, and beautifully shot. But the new, four-episode stint that drops on Netflix today (just in time for your Hurricane Hermine-thwarted Labor Day weekend) is convincing me…
There are a few things I know: birds are dinosaurs, the perfect amount of humidity actually makes my hair look better, and cheesy pasta does not, under any circumstances, lead to good sex.
Potlucks are dumb and bad.
A lot of people say that chicken is a good meat, but they are wrong. It is a bad meat.
In October 2015, I attended the 2015 Gluten-Free and Allergen Friendly Expo in New Jersey on assignment. I wrote an article for Jezebel that poked fun at the food, the attendees, and the entire concept of gluten intolerance, which I perceived largely as a trendy symptom of privileged white hysteria. But the joke was…