More importantly, who the f*ck is getting fired for this ad? Fresh Off the Boat, the new sitcom inspired by Eddie Huang’s memoir, can’t stop crapping itself with stupidity.
What are you even doing reading this? Why aren’t you buying up all of Shake Shack’s shares to set your worth as a burger billionaire?
Wait a second, you actually agreed to have people over for the Super Bowl? Are you crazy? Super Bowl XLIX is just two days away and we are freaking the eff out for you.
Proving once and for all that America can still reach the top. No seriously, Team USA’s silver medal at the 2015 Bocuse D’Or is a big f*cking deal.
And hipsters. He really doesn’t like hipsters either. Rainn Wilson, actor and our beloved Dwight Schrute-turned-cop or something on some new show (we’re so hip on pop culture these days), stopped by Conan to lay into the foodies who’ve ruined food for all of us.
Need a reason to scream “USA! USA! USA!” at your work computer today? Here’s the reason. The Bocuse D’Or, aka the Olympics of chefs, is wrapping up its 2015 competition, and we’re watching some pretty people eat some really pretty foods.
OH GOD, MORE SNOW. Frankly, the only solution to our snowpocalypse/snowmageddon/bombgenesis (?!) woes we could think of to pass the time was looking through all of our favorite snow-inspired molecular gastronomy creations.
The New York Post is out to shed some harsh light on your favorite reality shows (like The Biggest Loser, a manic soft-of war against contestant’s bodies), and the spotlight shines bright on some of our most-watched food reality TV shows.
(Oh right, Gwyneth Paltrow has written more than one cookbook. Carry on.) Paltrow revealed on the Rachael Ray Show that besides promoting a very terrible-looking movie she’s also working on her third cookbook.
First a ramen-omelet (the “ramlet”), then ramen-fried chicken? Or “RFC,” as the kids are calling it?!
What’s that now? You actually want to serve store-bought quacamole and queso made from Velveeta and Ro-Tel tomatos at your Super Bowl party?
We simultaneously love, hate, and are amused by this all at once. Yes, Tejal Rao’s Bloomberg review of Noma Tokyo is worth reading in its entirety.
Eeeeeeeeesh. We don’t like. A new lawsuit alleges that Tom Colicchio and his partners in the yummy sandwich chain ‘wichcraft violated state and labor laws “by allegedly paying workers below minimum wage, docking tips and denying them overtime,” according to Page Six.
Think you know it all about the best chefs in your city? The best restaurants? Chef social media meltdowns?
Today in “everyone is kind of the worst,” we have the Internet, self-righteous eaters, and the judgment of others.
Another day, another legal battle (lost) by Gordon Ramsay. The high courts of England ruled against Ramsay in the feud between him and his estranged father-in-law, Christopher Hutcheson.
Because it’s the worst month of the year (seriously, January = the worst) and we need some new shows to binge on, we cannot wait for the Tom Colicchio/Gordon Ramsay iteration of Best New Restaurant to premiere on Bravo already.
Let’s recap: Dominique Ansel has his own epononymous bakery, Dominique Ansel Bakery. Then he announced plans to open up a more “dessert restaurant,” if you will, called Dominique Ansel Kitchen.
The newest food personality to shill weirdness: Padma Lakshmi. Lakshmi is now selling a line of frozen foods in certain Los Angeles Costco stores, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Someone didn’t get the message that hybrid foods are like, so 2014. Still, we don’t even care because we would easily pound 12 of those “ramlets” in a row.