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See Every Food That’s Been Called The “New Cupcake” in the Last 8 Years

This country has witnessed its fair share of dessert food fads throughout the years. Food trend stories have come and gone—but there is one tenacious snack item whose hype has yet to die down.

Stone Brewing Company is Opening in Berlin

American beer breweries are at their highest levels since the 1870s; they are in fact so bountiful that you can buy art poster mapping them out. Craft and independent brewing in particular accounts for more of the U.S.

Watch Episode 3 of Action Bronson’s “F*ck, That’s Delicious” Series

Flushing, Queens-bred rapper/chef Action Bronson goes across the pond (or, as he calls it, “the land of dirty sex and cheap Chinese food”) for the third episode of his MUNCHIES series.

FDA Issues Nationwide Stone Fruit Recall Over Listeria Fears

Wawona Packing Company in Cutler, California ships its fruit internationally.

LeBron James Apologizes to Neighbors for Commotion with Cupcakes

After stirring up a storm with his recent free agency decision, LeBron James, widely regarded as the best basketball player in the world, has been quite conscious of the turbulence he’s caused.

Restaurant Critic Offered Phone Charger Mid-Meal

Earlier this month a NYC restaurant employee’s Craigslist rant about customers Instagramming their food and then complaining about it getting cold went viral.

Monstrosity of the Day: The Rays’ 4-Pound Burger

The massive ballpark burger consists of: two pounds beef, four slices American cheese, a half pound of bacon.

Barista Crafts Brilliant “NSFW Latte Art”

Redditor KingPimpCommander has seen with his eyes what most of us either always hope, or never desire, to see.

GIF Tutorial: 10 Pro Kitchen Tricks You Should Use at Home

NYC chef Corey Cova demos the better way to prep and cook some ingredients you use all the time: garlic, onions, avocados, lemons, and eggs.

5 Boxed Wines That Don’t Suck

As drinkers, we’ve been conditioned to believe that good wine doesn’t come in boxes, much like good beer doesn’t come in “vortex” bottles and good cocktails don’t come in mason jars.

A Real-Life Krusty Krab Restaurant Will Be Opening Up in Palestine

We can all attest that the Palestinian city of Ramallah in no way resembles the fictional underwater city of Bikini Bottom.

Drought is Making All Your Favorite Things Cost More

Two weeks ago we told you why your groceries are so damn expensive (in case you forgot, it mostly comes down to droughts and diseases in various growing regions).

How To Make Selfie Toast

CEO of the Vermont Novelty Toaster Corp., Galen Dively, has used technology to revolutionize the selfie game.

Largest Food Distributor in the Country Didn’t Refrigerate Food Properly

My dad likes to joke that living is a health hazard, and the older I get the less funny I find it, because it’s too damn true.

DMX Most Definitely Digs Dog Food

Picture this: you’re in an airport, waiting at baggage claim to reclaim your stuff. All that matters is grabbing your bags and getting the hell out of there.

Craft Beer May Be the Key to Finding Out What Outer Space Tastes Like

In the quest to push the boundaries of creativity, craft brewers have made beers at the bottom of the ocean, harvested yeast from human beards, and packed ales full of unexpected ingredients like Mangalitsa pig heads and bull testicles.

How to Make Bubble Tea At Home

One of the most successful (and delicious) Taiwanese inventions is bubble tea.

How to Be Broke and Eat Well in Los Angeles

Don't feel down just because you have $10 in your checking account—just follow our guide to the best cheap eats in L.A.

Learn How to Cook Like a World Sumo Champion

In a new MUNCHIES video, renowned Mongolian-born sumo wrestler Byambajav Ulambayaryn introduces us to his world of competitive wrestling and, consequently, disciplined dieting.

Is Vertical Farming the Farming of the Future?

While people around the world may differ on a million other issues, there’s one thing that’s certain: the global population isn’t getting any smaller.