“People chastise Bill Cosby for allegedly offering meds to women, but it’s acceptable to do to fat people to make them lose weight.
The second annual Julia Child Award has been given to Rick Bayless. The award honors a chef who “has made a profound difference in the way America cooks, eats and drinks.” In addition to the honor, the recipient receives a $50,000 grant which this year will go to Frontera Farm Foundation, Bayless’s organization which gives grants to small Midwestern farms.
President Barack Obama was already the coolest president in history, but after today, it’s become highly unlikely that anyone will ever take the title from him.
Memorial Day Weekend is upon us and lots of us will be kicking off a Summer full of hamburgers and hot dogs.
We’re back, and we’ve got more food-related stand-up bits for you to take you into the weekend. In case you were wondering, yes.
Anthony Bourdain is nothing if not opinionated and a lot of the time he’s right. He’s also a big user of the li.st app.
Believe it or not, America’s most famous ramen chef doesn’t really love ramen noodles. He said, he never understood them.
According to Bobby Flay, us, every college kid in the world, and probably the cast of Vanderpump Rules, brunch is the perfect cure for a hangover.
“Would you rather have your fingers always covered in BBQ sauce or have your fingers always covered in Doritos nacho cheese flavoring?
“Cooking food doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune on fancy equipment.” But, according to Gordon Ramsay, although you don’t need everything, there are certain things no home cook can live without.
We’re not ready to make the claim that Matty Matheson is the funniest person on the internet, but he’s up there.
Welcome back to Breaking Bread with Brad, the Braiser’s web series which stars Brad Lauren. For our second episode, we sat down with Dylan Lauren of Dylan’s Candy Bar.
“There comes a time when every generation is asked to serve their country.” Stephen Colbert is “calling on all Americans to fight the ‘gouda fight.'” By now you’ve heard about the cheese problem in our country. If you’re asking how having too much cheese could possibly be a problem, we were right there with you.
Have we all learned nothing from what shall henceforth be known as The Rachael Ray Melee of 2016? You do not want to anger a Beyhive.
Anthony Bourdain hates the word “charming,” but it’s exactly how he describes Georgia. He loves the people, he loves the food, and he loves the architecture.
Lots of celebrities (and normals, too) are using B.J. Novak‘s li.st app to make lists about everything. Anthony Bourdain is an early adopter, and he’s used it to come up with everything from his thoughts on what he might name his band if he had one to the foods he wants to put into his upcoming market.
This June, Mario Batali is heading up the Eat (RED) Drink (RED) Save Lives campaign. It’s a program with special events, and participating restaurants, bars, food trucks, and grocery stores (13,000 business total around the world) will donate money to the Global Fund which funds drugs that prevent the transmission of HIV/AIDS from parent to child.
Every time the Major Food Group does anything, the entire world freaks out about it. This is the group that gave us Parm, Carbone, and most recently Sadelle’s, home to $15 pigs in a blanket.
Greenwich Village in New York City may be getting a major piece of history. The Stonewall Inn, a gay bar, may become the first LGBTQ monument.
Decades ago, David Chang used to serve “the kind of food chefs like to eat: intense, animalistic, O.K.