I Have Never Heard Of, Much Less Eaten, Any of the Foods in This Juice Lady's Food Diary 

“I usually wake up at 6:30am,” begins the food diary of Amanda Chantal Bacon, published last May on Elle and currently making the internet rounds again. “[I] start with some Kundalini meditation and a 23-minute breath set—along with a copper cup of silver needle and calendula tea—before my son Rohan wakes.”

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Schiaparelli Served a Line of Feminist- and Food-Inspired Farm-to-Gown Couture

The Paris Spring 2016 Couture shows have kicked off with a bang (what, you couldn’t hear the rodeo cannon announcing it from where you’re sitting?) and as yet the most playful comes, unsurprisingly, from the House of Schiaparelli. Inspired in part by feminist artist Louise Bourgeois, creative director Bertrand Guyon…

Known Frauds the Mast Brothers Retreat From the Cruel Schoolyard of the Chocolate Industry

Another chapter is unfolding in the story of the fraudulent chocolate makers the Mast Brothers, dubbed the “Milli Vanilli of chocolate” for their practices of remelting industrial chocolate and selling it as “bean-to-bar.” In an emo open letter on Tuesday, the bros announced that they’re stepping away from the mean,…

Dreams Come True: British University Allows Its Students to Study Pizza

Gaze upon the image before you. Looks so good, right? Some—and by “some” I mean me—might argue that pizza is one of humankind’s few creations worthy of worship. It’s unclear where England’s Manchester Metropolitan University stands on the issue of pizza deification, but it’s worth nothing that they are now permitting…

You May Be Ordering Seamless From a Restaurant That Doesn't Actually Exist

Next time you order mediocre drunken noodles from that generic-sounding restaurant that pops up first when you type “Thai” into the Seamless search bar, you should know that you may receive mediocre drunken noodles from a different generic-sounding Thai restaurant altogether—and that the one you ordered from may not…