A combination of peanut butter, maple syrup, and teriyaki sauce and this marinade really would work on just about any kind of meat.
Who says turkey is just for roasting? Try this traditional West African stew instead.
Ben and Jerry have a cemetery dedicated to their discontinued flavors and—if we don’t clean up our act—climate change could add another two dozen headstones.
For an elite athlete like Olympic gold medalist Ross Rebagliati, breakfast isn’t about decadent egg and spam sandwiches or fancy morning booze. It’s about feeding the machine.
When the powers of peanut butter mousse, chocolate sandwich cookies, and rich chocolate ganache combine, watch out: This might be the best dessert ever.
Now that we’ve established that hiding peanut products from kids is just making the allergy epidemic worse, can we go back to worshipping fluffernutters?
When their training staff tried to cut sugar and make the Warriors give up peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches, the team essentially revolted.
Watch as a brave YouTuber discovers what happens when you eat a 61-year-old can of peanut butter from the Korean War.
Myanmar might not be the cultural home to the peanut butter sandwich, the peanut is still king here. After all, this is a place where you can get a chicken curry drowned in oil and salads showered in Elvis’s favorite legume.
And now for the world’s most unlikely scientific discovery: Researchers have found that they can diagnose early Alzheimer’s disease with nothing more than a tablespoon of peanut butter and a ruler.
That grueling neighborhood march known as “trick-or-treating” is right around the corner, and the last thing you wanna do is leave your house just to gather things to put in your mouth. However, Treetr™ is here to change all that. In a nutshell? It’s Halloween, simplified.™
Noticed how the food at your local carnival has recently gotten more inventive and delicious in the past few years? You can thank concessionaire chef Abel Gonzalez Jr.
I blame sitting on my dad’s car bonnet at age eight, scrapping with my sisters over who got the last KFC drumstick in the bucket, brandishing gnawed bones at each other like Game of Thrones extras who got left out of some hard-earned flaying.
This smoothie from Ross Rebagliati is beyond delicious—with chocolate, banana, peanut butter, and blueberries—but the secret ingredient is the cannabis honey.
Although a new study about preventing peanut allergies has proven exciting, it’s important to exercise caution before cramming spoonfuls of Jif into your baby’s mouth.
Chris Colohan of the legendary Canadian metallic hardcore band, Cursed, is busy becoming a living legend in the vegan community for his fake bacon grease: a rich, smoky-flavored spread. I got in touch with him to find out if this porcine substitute holds up to the hype.
These peanut butter cookies from our Brooklyn bakery Ovenly are super-simple, but completely addictive.
At the Wild Beer Co, I tasted the weirdest beers Britain’s oddest brewery has to offer. Besides experimenting with wild yeasts and unlikely ingredients, Wild Beer Co makes a delicious, 100-percent Brett beer, which has delightfully been compared to “bottled BO.”
Bourgeois food guilt is creating neuroses our grandparents would be ashamed of. But actually, maybe a little daily dose of guilt is a good thing if it helps to inform positive choices.
Just about every country has peanuts, and just about every country has blenders. Why is it so desperately difficult to find real-deal peanut butter outside of the US? Blame local tastes that just don’t understand the American yen for this fatty goodness.
Now that we can simultaneously wear sweatpants with Birkenstocks and be considered fashionable, let’s not overlook where the trend began: sandwiches.
Fifty years ago this year, one of the most delicious substances on the face of our planet was invented in the back room of an Italian bakery: Nutella. Half a century after its creation, the world’s insatiable appetite for the sweet, spreadable brown heaven continues to grow.
The online community of PEAs—adult picky eaters who only consume a handful of bland foods—is incredibly active but secretive. As a non-PEA, I managed to infiltrate the community to talk to people who are totally freaked out by the idea of foods like saag paneer and anything with sauce on it.
It'll be just like you're hanging out with The King, shitting yourselves to death in Heaven.