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Smartphones were created to make you a more legitimate beer nerd.
On the corner of Conti and Bourbon Streets in New Orleans, Mark Clin scoops chili onto a hot dog with expert precision. “I do this six days a week,” he said without lifting his eyes.
There’s an unspoken understanding between good bartenders and their customers. Bar patrons generally want to drink and have fun, but not accidentally kill themselves while doing it.
The only thing that stood between 13-year-old Arvind Mahankali and the 2014 National Spelling Bee trophy was everyone’s favorite Passover treat, knaidel, the Yiddish equivalent of matzo ball.
Things got heated at a family barbecue in Muncie, Indiana over Memorial Day Weekend.
We’ve already established that pizza is the king of the Internet. So what does that make pizza-topped pizza?
The great McDonald’s struggle to reinvent itself in the face of slumping sales keeps evolving. Some highlights: Back in April, the $5 premium sirloin burger was unveiled.
J.R. Smith is a gift to the world. The Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard isn’t just one of the NBA’s best players off the bench (as he’s demonstrated since being traded to the NBA Finals contenders in January); he’s also a walking TMZ report.
After the U.S. and several European Union countries sanctioned Russia for its activities in the Ukraine last year, Russia quickly retaliated with import bans on food products from said countries.
Our love for Russ & Daughters, the iconic LES appetizing shop and cafe, knows no bounds. Naturally, we were amped when we heard R&D had partnered with skate shop SHUT to create “The Whitefish,” a limited-edition skateboard.
Which state lusts after huckleberry? Where in the country do people chow down on the most bison? Now, there’s an easy way to tell the most hyper-local cravings across the country.
Working in fast food is an increasingly difficult (and often, discouraging) occupation. Over the past five years, efforts to raise wages, unionize employees, and fight back against on-the-job injuries have been cresting, as the workers’ rights movement (thankfully) swells.
The O.G. Shake Shack in Madison Square Park just reopened last week. To celebrate, Shake Shack will sell 500 wastED Juice Pulp Cheeseburgers, created by chef Dan Barber, for one day only (this Friday, May 29).
It’s only been two years since the world’s first test-tube-grown burger—grown from actual cow stem cells—underwhelmed both taste-testers and chefs alike.
Sure, you know your way around tenderloin, chuck, and brisket after studying the fundamentals of basic beef cuts.
The NBA Playoffs are nearing their conclusion, and one of the stars of the league’s second season has been Cleveland Cavaliers power forward Tristan Thompson.
Vince Desrosiers, head brewer at Dock Street Brewing Co. in West Philly, is playing Wu Tang Clan while his golden saison ages in barrels for the next six months.
By the end of this year, Taco Bell will have legitimate black pepper (opposed to “black pepper flavor”) in its signature seasoned beef, reports the Associated Press.
As any woman who has ever worked as a server can tell you, harassment is unfortunately not uncommon in the profession. Customers can be real douchebags.