And now, from the Netherlands, comes a shocking tale of potential corruption and deception within the salty fish community.
This is a hard post to write considering the Jezebel staff subsists on a steady diet of Haribo at all times (seriously, our office is always sufficiently stocked with the gummies) but the company is now facing allegations of using slave labor.
Apple cider vinegar has been a multipurpose folk remedy for decades, touted as a disinfectant, a natural way to replenish skin and hair, and a superfood with all kinds of benefits. Science has backed a few of these purposes, for vinegar in general, but the observable results are pretty meh.
If Amy’s the brand were a pop star I’d probably spam her mentions with things like “QUEEN OF FROZEN PIZZA” or “QUEEN OF FEEDING ME WHEN I AM TOO LAZY TO COOK A FULL MEAL FOR MYSELF.” The Cali-based company has been making their locally-sourced, often vegetarian frozen meals for nearly three decades now and even I,…
On November 15, Eataly World, a massive, 20 acre theme park dedicated to the art and love of Italian food, will open in Bologna, Italy. It’s like Six Flags, but for bucatini. A minor quibble: where are the rides?
You may have noticed that pumpkin spice, the wildly popular flavor that is NOT made from pumpkin, is popping up in products...in August.
Today I was made aware of a luxury meal-delivery service called Yumi. The service, which the website likens to Postmates or Blue Apron, serves up locally sourced dishes made with fresh ingredients like japanese sweet potatoes, chia seeds, and quinoa. And it’s all for babies.
Here’s a dumb thing that grill chefs do: they flip the burgers on the grill, and then, while the burgers finish cooking, the chef lays slices of cheese on the top of the burgers, where presumably the heat of the grill will aid in the melting of the cheese.
Blue Apron, the meal kit delivery startup that allows non-chefs to pretend that they’re good at cooking, is experiencing some growing pains.
Today’s Grubstreet Diet isn’t just one of the best things on the internet this week, it’s one of my favorite Grubstreet Diets ever. Written by Alissa Nutting, author of 2013's uncomfortable page-turner Tampa and this summer’s instantly iconic techno-romcom Made For Love, it is a delightful, deeply funny read filled…
What has a doughnut ever done to you?
Food. You need it to live, and a lot of the time you need it right now. Another thing you often need to do is be someplace. Therein lies a conflict if you happen to live in a major metropolitan area (we’ll focus on New York City for the purposes of simplicity and also because it’s where most of us at this website…
A reporter from the News Zealand site Newshub has conducted an extremely thorough investigation into an Instagram review account for onion rings, @onionringsworldwide, deducing that it might be Lorde’s.
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.
Over the past year, I’ve tried valiantly to keep the dream of daily gourmet desk lunches alive. Apparently, however, this city’s epicureans have all died or moved away. You see, my beloved artisanal lunchmaker Maple—the popular food delivery service backed by superstar chef David Chang—announced it’s shutting down…
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.
The perfect romantic meal should be easy to prepare, easy to clean up, and not so filling that you’re too weighed down to enjoy other, uh, activities. A steak dinner is never unwelcome, but it’s a bit heavy, and you don’t want to smoke up the house or fret about overcooking a rib eye. Luckily, there a bunch of dishes…