Someone offers you coffee brewed with liquid nitrogen — you're intrigued! Then they tell you your baristas are the couple from the Hydraulic Press Channel — you should know how this is going to turn out.
Indoor farming is a trendy startup space, but many of those ventures have recently failed. Plenty thinks its technology, model, and timing mean it's the place that will finally turn greens into green.
The shoes? On point. The review? Thoughtful. The video style? Impeccable. It's the Chicken Connoisseur's finest hour.
This local news story opens with a legendary lede: "The Zimmerman Boulevard submarine sandwich standoff could end after this week."
As with so many of our food innovations, frozen food (now a $240 billion industry) arose from of an eccentric, adventurous, inquisitive mind
How a family of hog farmers handle the leftovers of the world’s most indulgent city
Middleditch chats with First We Feast about being friends with Patrick Stewart, the wonderful weirdness of renaissance fairs and if "Silicon Valley" is an accurate representation of people in tech.
As this beautifully animated short proves, caffeine is a hell of a drug.
The country could soon face its third famine in a quarter of a century, and hundreds of thousands of lives are at risk.
It’s the early ’90s in the Pacific Northwest — what’s really in that mug? Eater investigates.
Fictional character Mark Watney did it. So why can't you?
"It feels like I've been a catalyst for unwanted gentrification. If I knew it was going to happen I'd probably try and suppress how mainstream [the videos] got."
Five Guys has triumphed over In-N-Out in a battle of the burger brands.
The most pretentious way to cook your meat doesn't actually require anything that pretentious at all.
The wildly popular YouTube sensation — in which host Andrew Rea meticulously recreates meals from famous television shows and movies — now routinely reaches 1.5 million viewers an episode. But he almost threw in the towel two shows in.
When he's not busy working out, strongman Brian Shaw is near-constantly eating to maintain his size and strength.
On the new ITV show Culinary Genius, Gordon sets the amateur chefs the tricky task of extracting ALL the meat from a lobster. Before they start, Chef Ramsay ...
Andrew Rea takes notes from pasta lover Dev Shah and whips up a bowl of carbonara that will have your mouth watering.
Engineering feats aside, we'll need creature comforts if we're ever going to survive in deep space.
A working-class urban quarter has been transformed by a tide of newcomers seeking grit, guts, and authenticity. But gentrification Italian-style isn't the same old story.
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