You either love or hate sushi. If you love it, you can’t get enough of it. You spend your last dime on a sushi buffet and know the sushi chefs by name. If you hate it, you won’t even place a piece of it in your mouth without gagging. Not even when you’re a kid named Sam and in need of $10 to buy something at the store.
You can finally improve the taste of your meals with a simple (though weird) gadget: the Olfactic Dog Nose. This wearable nose is from British food creator Charlie Harry Francis and is meant to be soaked in water 10 minutes before you eat.
Some restaurants have become too cool for school. They serve your appetizers, entrees and desserts on slabs of concrete, wooden planks, glass tiles, and even logs (oh, they do). Some restaurants don’t even own plates or bowls or any of the traditional serveware. And people everywhere have had enough!
Ever wondered how long that meal you’ve been given on a flight has been sitting in the galley? On a recent tour of the Emirates catering facility in Dubai I unearthed some interesting facts about what they’re doing to try and remove the stigma of ‘plane food’.
Some people cycle through diet crazes as quickly as the seasons change, while others stick out long and gruelling weight-loss programmes. But no matter how you lose the weight, have you ever wondered where that fat goes?
These towels look like pieces of delectable sushi when they are rolled up. And whether you prefer your maki on the inside or outside, you’re covered – just change the fold.
Burrito love is real. Back in 2013 a Taco Bell superfan made headlines for getting a burrito tattoo on his arm. Everyone was outraged that he’d inked the most delicious food in the world onto his body. But just this week Reddit went gaga for one very tasty tattoo – the burrito knuckles tattoo.
Picture your country’s capital city for a minute-what food comes to mind when you think of that place? Perhaps a bagel? Maybe a croissant? A meat pie? Running with this fun idea, illustrator Bea Crespo and photographer Andrea G. Portoles teamed up to produce an ongoing photographic project known as BrunchCity.
Bad Thai food isn’t just disappointing, it’s an insult to Thai cuisine. Seems fitting, then, that Thailand’s government have set up a committee to deal with the waves of unauthentic Thai restaurants all over the world that fail to deliver the yum in their tom yum. One of the committee’s pet projects, is a $100,000 […]
Just over a year ago we showed you the deplorable food American school kids are forced to eat every day. And still to this day students are uploading photos of their school lunches with the hashtag #thanksmichelle to sarcastically thank the First Lady of the USA for her efforts in healthy eating. But just how […]
Neat! Now you can be an instant food artist with this spice pen that lets you load up ground spices and then draw away on your meal. Pick your choice of yum ammo from cinnamon, paprika, or even seaweed flakes, and proceed to doodle away on your food to your heart’s content, whether it’s adding cat […]
Cereal doesn’t just have to be for mornings. Now that twin brothers Gary and Alan Keery have opened ‘Cereal Killer Café’ in Brick Lane, London, Londoners can have cereal at any time of day! With a selection of over 60 types of cereal from around the world, some popular flavours include Cap’n Crunch and Lucky […]
Young Belgian entrepreneurs Helene Hoyois and Thibaut Gilquin have launched a new range of well-designed and eco-friendly food containers. And they taste pretty darn good too. ‘They are biodegradable, and have neutral flavor that complements both sweet and savory ingredients, and are also oven safe’, explained 25-year-old Hoyois.
We’ve all seen and had the tasty cheddar snack Goldfish as children. As adults, here is a more sophisticated goldfish to have swim around your teacup. Charm Villa is responsible for this clever tea infuser. Before hot water hits these teabags, they don’t resemble much of anything. Then, as soon as the kettle’s done and you pour your water, the magic happens.
Nestled along a beautiful tree-lined street at Redfern is Kepos Street Kitchen, where chef and owner Michael Rantissic draws on the best of his childhood meals while growing up in Israel. Mix these family recipes with some classical training and a constantly-developing palate and you’ll have dining devotees return for a menu steeped in strong Mediterranean influence with a Middle Eastern twist.