To preppers, coffee is much more than a beverage. It's key to surviving the globe’s collapse.
The electric multicooker is a true viral phenomenon. We went to the company's Canadian headquarters to learn why.
Anyone who can't appreciate the genius of this must be very salty.
The royal blue tin? Iconic. The cookies? So damn good.
The "GoGo Chicken" program is designed as a way for health-conscious city slickers to follow the life cycle of their food animals.
This goes about as miserably as you'd expect.
"What is yours and is half-eaten is, of course, all mine."
For some investments firms, your trendy lunch means big business.
Some top dining rooms will do anything for a great review. Do their tactics work?
Your kitchen probably has a couple of those one-use tools that only peel one specific fruit. Are they just taking up space, or are they actually efficient to use?
Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema ate three times each at the top 10 full-service chains, and tells you what's good — and what's not.
Meet the all-purpose survival cracker, the US government's Cold War-era nutrition solution for life after a nuclear blast.
As we look toward the holidays and their abundant consumerism, I implore you to look at the frivolity of modern kitchen tech in a new light.
Michele Boudreaux of Maplewood, New Jersey set out a tray of treats for her neighborhood delivery people, but a couple of brazen squirrels in her yard got there first.
Four women accuse the chef of inappropriate touching in a pattern of behavior that spans at least two decades, according to dozens of Eater interviews.
Honestly, we don't object.
Americans keep dieting to lose weight, but bariatric surgery is the most effective tool out there.
The surge in European population made possible by the potato "permitted a handful of European nations to assert domination over most of the world between 1750 and 1950."
In Japan, where more people die each year from choking than in traffic accidents, mush is getting a high-tech treatment.
Months later, chefs and farmers are still processing the catastrophic effects.
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