Opinion

Actually

Actually, NY-Style Deli Sandwiches Are Too Goddamn Huge

I'm gonna fill you in on a sandwich hack that will change your life (and the way you eat pastrami).
Ashwin Rodrigues
4.11.19
Opinion

We Don't Need a White Wellness Saviour to 'Fix' Chinese Food

There are real problems with Lucky Lee's framing of an entire cuisine as “unhealthy.”
MacKenzie Fegan
4.10.19
Actually

Dear Restaurants: This Chair Sucks

This uncomfortable and not particularly attractive chair has become a disease.
Naomi Tomky
3.15.19
Opinion

How to Order and Share a Pizza, Because Apparently It's Really Hard for a Lot of You

Pizza lets you know who you can trust—and who would kill and eat you on a deserted island.
Chason Gordon
3.13.19
Opinion

We Asked Restaurants Whether Phones Have Ruined the Dining Experience

A restaurant in Australia is now offering rewards for customers who don’t touch their phone during dinner … but are they really that bad?
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
8.3.18
veganism

Are Scallops Actually Vegan?

When it comes to bivalves, the line between plant and animal is unclear.
Melissa Kravitz
4.6.18
coffee

How Not Drinking Coffee Almost Ruined My Career

I've never had a whole cup of coffee in my entire life. You're already judging me, I know.
Natalie Stoclet
1.3.18
Opinion

‘Sunday Brunch’ Is the Greatest Show on British Television

There are cookery shows, then there is 'Sunday Brunch.'
Josh Baines
11.10.17
seal meat

Eating Seal Meat Is a Vital Part of Life in My Community

Many people opposed to seal hunting don't understand that kids in indigenous communities are hungry, and it's painful to see that. It's ridiculous that other cultures are welcome to survive off of our natural resources, but we're not.
Tanya Tagaq
6.28.17
Opinion

Salt Has Become a Political Tool in the UK

A report published in the British Medical Journal says that UK salt consumption is higher than ever before, due to policy changes of the coalition government.
David Whelan
5.1.15
Science

Can Thailand's Electric Tongue Banish Bad Curries?

Some of Thailand's brightest minds have just gone and invented an electric tongue, with the sole function of telling you whether or not you’ve made a shitty green Thai curry. It's the Robocop of the authentic food police.
David Whelan
9.29.14