The veteran talks honey buns, moon pies, and learning to eat like an adult.
The Mars company has sponsored hundreds of scientific studies to show cocoa is good for you.
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In an episode of "The Office," Michael Scott orders an absolutely absurd 18-topping pretzel. So, of course, chef Andrew Rea decided to follow in his sickly sweet footsteps.
Based on their descriptions, it tastes like a mix of mango, chicken, onions and garbage.
Don't knock it just because the award's from TripAdvisor.
Officer Shelby Riggs-Hopkins had noticed some crystals on the floorboard of 64-year-old Daniel Rushing's car. When officers used a field testing kit, the white substance tested positive for methamphetamine.
The BuzzFeed "worth it" guys are finally tackling Japan's most famous noodle.
Some simple tips to keep your rice from being sticky, gummy, crunchy or burnt.
By now, we're sure that the employees in McDonald's are about as sick of the sauce as Starbucks employees were of the unicorn frappucino.
It’s the Red River Rivalry, which means fried food.
Show this to your friends who want to convince you some pumpkin spice-flavored monstrosity is "actually really good."
Chef Andrew Rea explains the handful of tools you need to kick off your cooking.
Only Gary would build out his fantasy social influencer roster with "Damn Daniel," "Backpack Kid," Cameron Dallas, Jake Paul and Kylie Jenner. Oof.
A third of all food produced globally—approximately 1.3 billion tons worth—is wasted every year, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. Arguably, the chief offender is bread. So what if old bread became... beer?
Just over a month after Amazon ate Whole Foods, the shakeout in the American grocery aisle keeps getting uglier.
When you need to feed your family, sometimes you just can't follow all the rules.
Buzzfeed's Tasty channel has been doing some phenomenal food tutorials as of late. This time, they've tackled eggs, explaining how to perfectly fry, poach, boil and scramble them.
In Alaskan nursing homes and hospitals, tight federal regulations have meant that the most comforting foods for natives have been labeled illegal. That's slowly changing.
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