The MUNCHIES staff shares memories of when their love un-blossomed because a date drank milk with a fancy dinner or put hot dogs in their spaghetti. Sorry, but sometimes, what you eat or don't eat can be a dealbreaker.
Earlier I asked if readers knew of any notable campaigns to raise awareness over the increased rate of suicide among those with access to guns. From a reader at the Kansas Suicide Prevention Resource Center: We developed and ran a Facebook ad on just that [seen above]. Show More Summary
For four months, my nights consisted of partying and an orgy of French cuisine, sacrificed on the altar of intellectual nothingness.
A new report from OkCupid finds that American daters are growing more traditional in some ways, and more open-minded in others.
Cassoulet, pot-au-feu, onion soup. All the ingredients for success—and flatulence—come together in these classic dishes of French cuisine.
We spoke to Sarah Obraitis and Hugue Dufour—owners of M. Wells Steakhouse and M. Wells Dinette—whose relationship has revolved around food since day one.
Post by Regan Stephens. I hate cooking. Don’t judge; I have plenty of other interests, but I’ve never taken particular pleasure in poaching an egg, or cutting into an aromatic pot roast to reveal a perfectly pink interior. I struggle...Show More Summary
In a world of Big Mac sushi and Cajun rolls, Japan is launching a new program to certify those Japanese restaurants outside the country that uphold traditional washoku cuisine values.
In 1936, the surrealist Meret Oppenheim wrapped a teacup, saucer and spoon in fur. In the age of Freud, a gastro-sexual interpretation was inescapable. Even today, the work triggers intense reactions.
Sales saw a huge spike this weekend, thanks to Bey. Beyoncé stunned the internet this weekend when she delivered a swift one-two punch of a new video and a Super Bowl performance. Besides encouraging women everywhere to stash hot sauce...Show More Summary
Despite being for a "good cause," the challenge is a display of Western decadence on par with Roman vomitoriums.
MONDAY BEER AND WINE LINKS, MUSING 2.08.16 Living with Beer and Mental Health, Part One: Geoffrey Did it Wrong. Expect to feel uncomfortable reading this, whether it is because this story is so private and honest or because of what it leaves you thinking about. Before you begin, understand a) it is 2,328 words by […]
Canada's Public Health Agency found a drop in the amount of alcohol that Canadians report drinking but an increase in overall booze sales.
Post by Liz Alterman. As most parents know, when it comes to pizza, kids can't wait to get their hands on it! So why not make their day by including a saucy surprise inside their lunchbox? Here's a quick and easy pita pizza that's sure to please even the pickiest eater. Show More Summary
Five things to know today. T-minus two days till the national spectacle that is the Super Bowl. If the idea of a Coldplay halftime show doesn't titillate you, perhaps the promised lineup of commercials will: Expect an ad for "the world's...Show More Summary
We spoke to urban farmers building a fungal empire with beer and coffee waste.
Overly persistent pursuit is a staple of movie love stories, but a new study shows that it could normalize some troubling behaviors.
If you can recite your Chipotle order in your sleep and have made friends with your location's employees, you probably feel like you know the restaurant pretty well. But what you might not know is more of the behind-the-scenes information and history that will make you even more devoted (and yes, the E. Show More Summary
A feline in Japan gets a bird's eye view of omelette-making. A furry orange feline in Japan is the fluffiest sous chef of all time, standing by while his owner and head chef, Jun Yoshizuki, cooks up omurice, a Japanese omelette served...Show More Summary
Five things to know today. Nope, still not Friday. [Photo: Snickers/Official] On this day in 1930 the Snickers bar — named for the Mars family's favorite horse — hit the market. Ever since, Snickers has been at the front of some of America's...Show More Summary