54 posts categorized Food

10/15/17 // The Real Reason 'Rick and Morty' Fans Stormed McDonald's Has Nothing to do With Sauce

When Rick and Morty fans stormed fast food joints in search of sauce, Mickey D’s employees experienced the full depravity of nostalgia capitalism. | read

10/8/17 // America's Most Mind Blowing Ice Cream

Ice cream with a story | read

10/1/17 // The Sex Secret Behind America’s Pumpkin Spice Addiction

It's the favorite flavor of fall for reasons that may surprise you. | read

9/25/17 // The Kitchen Secrets of Pro Athletes (Surprise: It’s Not Kale or Quinoa)

Sure, there is a time and place for leafy greens and ancient grains. However, are some of the more unconventional fuel sources really so bad? | read

9/24/17 // Will Empty Malls Become the Next Local Farms?

Urban farms are cropping up on rooftops, in parking lots, even in an abandoned laser tag arena. When urban futurists, plant scientists and farmers get together, the result is fresh hyper-local hydroponic greens. Is it the future or just a fad? | read

9/17/17 // The Bloodiest Non-Meat Burger is Ready for Battle

Made from processed plants and bio-engineered vegetable blood, this Silicon-valley burger is attempting to disrupt meat. | read

9/11/17 // Actually, Athletes Should Drink Beer

It turns out that beer may not be a fitness killer after all. Cheers to that! | read

9/11/17 // The Doughnut Project: Dough-WHAAAT?!

The Doughnut Project is a shop in NYC’s West Village that makes much more than your original glazed doughnut -- though they have that too -- by bringing together what may seem like unlikely flavor… | watch

9/10/17 // Is Corn the Best New Thing in Food?

Will summertime barbecue's favorite vegetable become the next big thing in refined cuisine? | read

9/7/17 // I’m A Lazy Millennial And Somehow Nutrisystem Still Worked For Me

I remembered the ads for Nutrisystem from when I was a kid so I used all my journalism skills to reach out and pitch a story to them. | read

8/28/17 // Recovery in the Kitchen: Spices that Ease Post-Workout Pain

Both turmeric and garlic have the distinction of possessing medicinal benefits while being delicious additions to many meals. | read

8/27/17 // Can Beer Feed The World?

Two men have a mission to make the most of wasted grain. They call the bars “a Trojan horse for the base ingredient.” The future, they say, is beer flour. | read

8/21/17 // The Doughtnut Project

The Doughnut Project is a shop in NYC’s West Village that makes much more than your original glazed doughnut -- though they have that too -- by bringing together what may seem like unlikely flavor… | watch

8/20/17 // Meet the Meat of Tomorrow

People want convenient, fresh meat. The race is on to deliver it the fastest—and cheapest. | read

8/14/17 // “Rita” by Madeline Kenney

Madeline Kenney is a singer-songwriter based in Oakland, California. Her debut album, Night Night At The First Landing, which was produced by Toro Y Moi’s Chaz Bear, is out on September 1 from… | watch

8/13/17 // Vegetarianism Is Making You Depressed

Vegetarian and vegan diets are arguably more environmentally friendly than meat based ones. But a recent study suggests they also might be making you sad. | read

8/6/17 // Delivering the Death of Supermarkets

Millennials want instant gratification. Online grocery shopping is one of many ways to provide this. Are we headed towards the death of supermarkets? | read

7/31/17 // The End: Unicorn Latte

The End is a Brooklyn coffee shop, known for whimsical atmosphere and Instagram-worthy creations, inspired by its sister store, Montauk Juice Factory, on the east end of Long Island. One of The End's… | watch

7/30/17 // I Ate Grasshopper Ice Cream So You Don’t Have To

Are you brave enough to eat insect ice cream? An ice cream shop in the Village is serving up grasshoppers instead of sprinkles. Delicious, or just creepy? | read

7/16/17 // Brandless Is The Non-Brand You Never Knew You Needed

If you’re broke and boring, $3 essentials are exciting. Today, $9 juices and $14 artisanal jars of almond butter are the norm. Millennials want specialized products, and they’re willing to pay… | read

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