Hot new wedding trend, allegedly: bridal bouquets straight-up made of vegetables.
Great news for those who love to eat but refuse to pay for Whole Foods’ offerings: the company is preparing to launch a line of non-Whole-Foods-branded markets for poor people.
The hippies over at Mother Jones magazine drew our attention to how McDonald's "can't decide whether to troll hipsters or embrace them," so while we all figure out which side of the coin ingesting kale falls on, we're wondering about the new McMenu.
We knew remakes of Beyoncé's homemade (hotel-made?) "7/11" video would come flying in and here's one featuring all men. We can't have anything, not even Beyoncé.
A Brussels sprout and kale hybrid is expected to make its nationwide supermarket debut this fall.
In an interview/word association game, singer Madonna revealed she associates both Russian President Vladimir Putin and the leafy green vegetable kale with the word "gay." But why?
Smell you later, quinoa and gluten-free stuff. In 2014, people will be eating dirt. Literally.
How long has it been since you listened to someone wax rapturous about kale against your will? 14 minutes? Okay, good, you're overdue for your next ode to the vegetable equivalent of a jaunty fashion hat — so, here is the best Kale Trend Piece of All Time (sorry, "What Can't Kale Do?", but we're all impressed by…
Weddings are a celebration of love between two people and offer the rest of us to be super cunty about the way the couple went about it. Case in point: Matt and Amber, real-life newlyweds who recently shared the details of their nuptials on the Internet. Got your beach umbrellas ready? It's time to throw some shade.
...and doesn't miss a beat. Because, seriously, if anything's worth cursing about, it's the stress of dealing with the wrong kind of chard with an overstuffed house during the holidays. Dave, as usual, doesn't seem to get it.