Last night, Guy Fieri was spotted filming Diners, Drive-Ins And Dives in Astoria, Queens, sparking panic among the neighborhood’s residents that the unwashed hordes of Middle America would soon descend upon the borough’s coolest joints, turning them into Kewl Joints that a self-respecting New Yorker could no longer visit.
Because Tom Colicchio’s primary Last Chance Kitchen M. O. is to take your most egregious smugnesses and prey upon them, when Travis found himself in his clutches, Tom opted for an Asian ingredient challenge to test his gay Viet hurbis.
This week, Gay Cake Civil Rights made the news again when a judge ruled that it was illegal for Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cake Shop in Denver, CO, to refuse service to a gay couple looking for a wedding cake.
My 11-year-old cousin had to make a statue of her hero. She made @altonbrown. So proud. pic.twitter.com/LxcKCsf8LC — Sierra McConnell (@sierrraa) December 11, 2013 HOLY SHEEP S*&T ITS COLD!
Buzzfeed: Buzzfeed just rediscovered that 2011 video of Gordon Ramsay edited to sound like he’s giving sex advice, and, as it turns out, it holds up over time.
You should watch this “Mulled Wines” parody of “Blurred Lines” by BBC Radio 1′s Greg (Pharr-elf) and Chris Smith (Father Chris Smith) and incorporate it into your holiday playlist for the following reasons: 1.
For once, the weird food news isn’t coming from Florida: a Texas man wielding a sword demanded that the waitress at a San Antonio restaurant comp his tacos, then ran away (with a sword) when she refused.
For tonight’s Top Chef elimination challenge, the nine remaining cheftestants will take over the kitchens of Dooky Chase to cook for its owner Leah Chase, as well as guest judges Emeril Lagasse and DJ Hubert Keller.
As the vote to extend the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program draws closer, it’s clear that both sides of Congress plan on cutting the program — it’s just a matter of how severely they’ll do so.
We looove it when Rachael Ray gets feisty and cursey. See: the 2012 New York Wine and Food Festival roast of Anthony Bourdain.
Ummmm …Comfort and safety? RT. @AMtwo: .@Mariobatali is the reason bad footwear is socially acceptable in commercial kitchens.” — Mario Batali (@Mariobatali) December 11, 2013 6am in the snow… @Eataly #eatalychicago never stops.
New York Times: We don’t know if you know this, but the idea of a sushi restaurant — even a $150-a-head one with a 21-piece tasting menu — getting a four-star New York Times review is insane.
Here it is: a montage of all the before-and-after shots and Ditka Dash selfies Graham Elliot has accumulated in the last five months since his gastric lap band surgery, all in one Today Show segment.
Katz’s Deli will turn 125 this year, which means it’s no longer “old” — it’s “classic,” “cool,” and “vintage,” which is why they can get away with releasing a limited edition line of Katz’s Deli-branded Nike Air Force 1s.
Stop what you’re doing and watch this right now. It has one of our 7 Favorite Youtube Cooking Stars You Should Know in it.
It’s a snowy day, depending on where you are, and what better way to spend it than by reading about roast goose, reverse martinis, and the catty infighting that plagued the world’s most prominent chefs and food writers in the 1970′s?
Grub Street: Charlie Trotter’s autopsy results have been deemed inconclusive. An additional six-to-eight weeks of testing are needed for for definitive answers.
We were nervous when we learned Jose Andres would be doing a demo on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today. Imagine two extremely overeager puppies, hyped up on bacon fumes, in a room of shiny, breakable objects together.
Have you ever looked at the labels on Thai ingredients and thought, “‘ส้มตำ’? What the hell is ‘ส้มตำ’?
Sad news, guys: The Magical Elves sent the Top Chef: New Orleans competitors “to live on a farm.” Oh wait, they aren’t being euthanized?