Welcome to “Eating History,” a series in which Jaya Saxena of the New-York Historical Society mines the vast archives of the museum and library in search of vintage images and ephemera that offer a look into how New Yorkers used to dine.
In celebration of the very recent marijuana legalization in Colorado, MUNCHIES colomnist David Bienenstock journeyed to the state to attend a once-in-a-lifetime cannabis dinner with a select group of marijuana lovers and experts.
Spanish chef and physicist Manuel Linares has created an ice cream made completely with natural ingredients that changes color when you lick it. It’s hard to imagine something like this doesn’t require an artificially-engineered additive or ingredient, but it doesn’t.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2012 one third of American children and adolescents were overweight or obese.
Flip Cup and Slip n’ Slides are definitely not new, and people have been putting the two together for at least a couple of years.
We eat by ourselves all the time, whether we’re grabbing a bacon, egg, and cheese on our way to work in the morning, or searing a steak for one at home.
London-based creative team bompas & parr just staged a cookout on an artificial volcano, and our minds are officially blown.
As our food culture has undergone seismic changes in the past few decades—as Food Network has stormed the gates of pop culture and chefs have been transformed into gods—the cute little word “foodie” has been forced to carry a heavier burden… The post Worst Press Release of the Day: OMG, Are You a ‘Culinado’ or Just an Inferior ‘Foodie’!
Welcome to Beer with Baby, a column in which beer writer Joshua Bernstein reviews craft brews through the eyes of a tired, over-stressed parent. Not too long ago, my daughter, Violet, had fingers like a quarter-sucking claw crane game at a… The post Beer with Baby: Victory Summer Love appeared firs
The 12th issue of quarterly food journal Lucky Peach, titled “The Seashore,” features stories ”all about food from littoral realms—the spaces where land meets sea.” Here are some fascinating experiences you can expect to read about: Diving for abalone and seaweed off… The post Check Out the Nifty C
International fast food items are so much cooler than what we have in America *sigh*. Japan’s newest WTF offering?
Do you have a favorite craft whiskey? Maybe you’re drinking it right now as you read this—or maybe you just wish you were.
Recently, Crown Heights craft-beer bar Covenhoven hosted its first “Christmas in July” party, giving impatient drinkers a chance to get their hands on some dark, boozy winter beers in the dead of summer.
A new study called “I Need Food And I Deserve A Raise” is scheduled to be presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, which runs from August 1-5 in Philadelphia.
Ever wonder what the remnants of your meal look like after they disintegrate within your digestive channels?
Two men in suits enter a long corridor; the camera swoops behind them in one continuous shot as they make their way through a series of back hallways, emerging into a restaurant kitchen, where they greet the chefs at work… The post The Rise of Restaurant Trailers appeared first on FirstWeFeast.com.
Now for some very important intel: Today, July 29, is AYCE (All-You-Can-Eat) wings day at Hooters. What does this mean?
Some folks use their Instagram to post photos of cats, or food, or cats as food.
Over the weekend, New York Times Magazine published a fascinating piece about China’s move into mass refrigeration.
Sure, some people are willing to jump off a cliff for free beer, but this guy bests them all. He’s a natural born beer pouring savant of sorts.