For one day, MUNCHIES got to be a fly on the wall at restaurant 108 in Copenhagen.
In a film made possible by Axe, entrepreneur and juice bar owner Corey Shapiro travels coast to coast to meet the people at the helm of the cold pressed juice trade. In LA, Corey hangs out with David Otto, who set up Beverly Hills Juice 40 years ago after a particularly intense acid trip. In […]
Have you ever wanted to see your skateboard heroes eat delicious food? How about one of the best street skaters of all time get a lesson in Thai style cooking? If you have answered yes to both, then I don’t really know what would please you more than this video. Arto Saari invited us to […]
A visit to Tabasco’s Home of Hot Sauce in Avery Island, Louisiana, hosted by Matty Matheson.
MUNCHIES host Frank Pinello visits the Edible Schoolyard NYC program in East Harlem, New York to see the program’s seed to table educational experience at work.
Pat O. Brown, CEO and founder of Impossible Foods, was joined by Momofuku founder and chef David Chang—along with Matt Rudofker, executive chef of Momofuku Ssäm Bar, and host Charlet Duboc—to cook the burger to juicy perfection in the MUNCHIES kitchen.
Eat your way through Seoul with Parachute, one of the best restaurants in Chicago.
This is the definition of “mystery meat.”
What happens when the creators of Master of None, Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, hang out with the Master of Lunch, Mario Batali? A lot of eating and drinking.
The art of slow: a rum-inspired feast in Guatemala.
In this episode of Giardinos, Le Bremner chef Danny Smiles gives props to Elena Faita, the godmother of Italian cooking in Montreal. He gets a crash course on a hearty northern Italian rabbit and polenta dish—perfect for Montreal’s brutal winters.
Expect the unexpected when Danny Bowien does a cookbook tour: In addition to an all-star lineup of chef friends, a punk supergroup is on the bill.
In this MUNCHIES special, we follow a diverse group of young people around Amsterdam who have found surprising reasons to hunt for their own meat.
Nestled on the fourth floor of an office building in Tokyo’s Ginza neighborhood, tiny Bar High Five—with intense focus and attention to detail—concocts libations worthy of any cocktail pilgrimage.
The Drake Passage, situated between South America’s Cape Horn and the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica, is considered to be one of the most dangerous ship passages in the world. We deided to cook a stew on the journey with our host Vikram Gandhi and the ship’s captain, Vincente.
Whether you like it hot or cold, bitter or sweet, light or dark, dripped or poured, Los Angeles’ robust world-class coffee scene has it all.
Le Bremner chef Danny Smiles gets schooled on how to make Christmas classics like biscotti and deep-fried dough in Montreal’s east end. Buon Natale from MUNCHIES!
Dave Asprey—the creator of Bulletproof Coffee and author of The Bulletproof Diet—has spent over $300,000 to hack his own biology. Our host Max Lugavere heads to Dave’s biohacking facility outside of Victoria, BC, to learn more about his lifestyle.
Alana McGee of Truffle Dog Company shows us that gathering truffles is hard work—but the reward is making truffle ice cream and quiche with your bounty.
New York Knicks player Carmelo Anthony hosts a three-course dinner at Michael White’s new restaurant Vaucluse, complete with wines chosen by Anthony himself.
Instead of paying nearly $40 per pound for California spiny lobster, Luke “Lobster Luke” Sandburg braves the dark waters off the California coast and catches those bad boys himself.
When a friend or relative passes away in Taiwan, you won’t go hungry at their funeral. Watch as we attend a ceremonial feast prepared by traditional “village chefs.”
Under the watchful eye of Mario Terrone and his wife Cathy, Smiles gets a master class on backyard gardening, pickling, and making cavatelli by hand.
Our host Naomi Shimada heads out for the night with Pablo, known as the “King of Koreatown,” who takes her out for a night of Korean barbecue, karaoke, and watermelon soju.