You can love a beverage, but you shouldn’t make love to it.
By tapping into a simple test, the FoodMarble AIRE calculates what you can and can’t digest. And no, you don’t have to put it in your butt.
With weed coffee pods coming soon from San Diego cannabis company BrewBudz, you will be able to prepare a proper morning beverage with your Keurig. Unlike K-cups, which get dumped in landfills and create lazy, tasteless coffee, the weed pods will be a sustainable way to get “the medicine you require.”
A word fight between a disgruntled diner and a righteous owner provides humor for those who despise TripAdvisor and Yelp. It also shows a potential method to halt the bitching on these platforms.
With tank-tops, bikinis, and tie-dye t-shirts now sold by the chain, who likes Taco Bell enough to buy their merch? Since tons of fans already make their own apparel, maybe a better question is: Who is going to eat at Taco Bell Cantinas?
PETA created a funny and clever PSA for a vegan Thanksgiving, and you should watch it, but not without a watchful eye on their other activities.
Those prone to go face-first into some Funyuns after smoking will rejoice if California legalizes cannabis this coming election. Not only for the freedom of recreational weed, but also for the chef-inspired food pairings that will follow.
An article in an obscure Australian publication incited a baby boomer/millennial debate over avocado toast. Despite the pompous assertion that youngins could buy houses if only they saved instead of brunching, the old man has a point. Maybe we should all eat less brunch.
A new app lets you choose what to eat by swiping right or left on photos of dishes. Let the food hookups begin!
Soulless Uber has a fatal flaw: it is customer friendly. By handing out free promotions for virtually every complaint on recent food delivery launch UberEats, they may have exposed the blueprint for their demise.