MUNCHIES Presents: Cooking on the Most Dangerous Seas

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.
Vikram Gandhi

Meet the Man Who Wants to Set Up a French-Fry Stand in Antarctica

I was wondering why the hell artist Arjen Boerstra wants to make fries on the other side of the world, between glaciers, in the freezing cold. So I called him to find out.
Roëlla Van Gulik

Inside the Loneliest Five-Star Restaurant in the World

You can eat foie gras at Antarctica's Concordia Station, but your closest neighbor is the International Space Station and you might not see oranges for three months.
Daniel Oberhaus

How to Drink Vodka at the Bar at the End of the Earth

Faraday Bar is the light in the middle of dark Antarctic winters, the center of every celebration, release, and spell of homesickness for the rotating residents of the Vernadsky Research Base.
Alexandra Baumhardt

How I Earned $200K Making Spaghetti Sauce in the Amazon Jungle

I don’t own any restaurants, nor have I worked with anyone famous or cooked anywhere with a Michelin star, but I did work as an executive chef in the middle of the Amazon rainforest for a gold mine.
Eric Duncan

How to Get a Job Cooking at the South Pole

Darby Butts, the new food service supervisor at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica, was a general manager at an Annapolis pub before he embarked on a journey to cook at the southernmost place on Earth.
Rachel Anne Warren
Action Bronson

Pedicures with Action Bronson, Hornet Booze, and All the Other Edible News You Missed This Week

Did you miss our classy brunch with the cast and crew of <em>High Maintenance</em> or our chat with former White House chef Walter Scheib? Grab the leftovers here.
Munchies Staff