Congress made an important move this week: they presented a bill to the President that would hopefully end US involvement in food produced by slave labor.
For fans of the megastar rapper Kanye West, much has happened in the past couple weeks. The past 24 hours, especially, have been a wonderful hell of provocative tweets, bad blood, red herrings, and false starts.
We already know that Anthony Bourdain’s massive NYC food hall, Bourdain Market, will be located in Pier 57 at West 15th Street and the Hudson River.
Marshawn Lynch may have retired on Super Bowl Sunday, but that doesn’t mean he’ll be forgotten in the hearts of football fans and food lovers alike.
Whole Foods is in the process of opening up a series of new grocery stores aimed at price-conscious millennials that have been avoiding things like $6 asparagus water.
We see no end in sight to the Times Square-ification of Williamsburg. Walter’s, a coffee shop specifically designed for Breaking Bad fans, will open this summer amidst the juice bars and semi-artisanal chocolate shops in Brooklyn’s trendiest neighborhood.
Deadpool is not your average comic-book movie. With its R-rating and in-your-face violence, the Marvel flick shakes up the cliches of the genre in favor of some raunchy adult fun—and it’s already breaking box-office records internationally as a result.
Texas-based burger joint Whataburger has a history of attempting to hop into rap beef. Its latest jab—directed at Kanye West—is likely in reference to Yeezy provoking both Taylor Swift and Wiz Khalifa on Twitter.
You can call him Tity Boi or you can call him 2 Chainz—just make sure you don’t call his fish dry.
Harlem’s Smoke DZA is a fan favorite amongst the stoner community—and for good reason.
Yeezy season is upon us once again and this time it’s bigger than ever. Not only is Kanye revealing the designs to his coveted fashion line, but his highly anticipated album is finally being revealed.
When it comes to making some extra cash, people are willing to jump through hoops. But one restaurant manager took it to the extreme, breaking into his own place of employment to swipe some money.
When we heard a sneaker boutique-cereal bar opened up in Brooklyn last summer, it seemed kind of revolutionary.
Do you not appreciate the taste of coffee? Do you abhor the jittery, over-caffeinated feeling you get after drinking a cup of joe, but still crave a morning pick me up?
It’s no secret that companies spend millions each year to get a coveted time slot for their advertisements during the Super Bowl, but getting a quick shout-out from a player about your product can be just as effective, and a million times cheaper.
Every protester has a different way of making a statement. Some prefer to picket outside shops to convince consumers to buy their goods elsewhere; others opt to dress up like animals hoping to sway meat-eaters to go vegan.
Scott Wiener is the founder of Scott’s Pizza Tours and author of Viva la Pizza!: The Art of the Pizza Box (@scottspizzatour).
This week in the town of Robins, a small suburb of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, a forward-thinking man named Shawn Bodensteiner opened a Big Lebowski-themed bar and restaurant.
Would you eat fish that has been left to ferment in its own urine for a month? What if we told you it had “a sharp, pungent aroma,” kind of like “a heady mix of public toilet and wet laundry left… The post Skate Fermented in Its Own Urine is a Delicacy in Korea appeared first on First We Feast.
There’s a new addition to Burger King’s menu, but it’s not a version of its namesake dish. According to Yahoo, it is another cookout favorite: The chain will start serving grilled hot dogs nationwide by February 23.