Film

Film
Film

Why 'The Muppet Christmas Carol' Is One of the Best Food Movies of All Time

Can a movie give you hunger pangs? I've learned the answer is yes.
Mayukh Sen
12.11.17
Halloween
Halloween

Revisiting Horror Legend Boris Karloff's Guacamole Recipe

The monster movie legend makes a pretty decent-sounding guac, except for one weird ingredient.
Nick Rose
10.31.17
Sushi
Sushi

That Trippy Green Code in ‘The Matrix’ Is Just a Bunch of Sushi Recipes

Mystery solved!
Mayukh Sen
10.26.17
WTF
WTF

Nicolas Cage Wants His Face Removed from These Japanese Snacks

Stop trying to make Nic Cage snacks happen, says Nic Cage.
Nick Rose
10.12.17
gmo
gmo

This Documentary Wants to Teach People About GMOs, But Experts Call It Propaganda

“We’re pro-science and we’re anti-fringe,” says ‘Food Evolution’ director Scott Hamilton Kennedy—but his critics are calling him a corporate shill.
Alex Swerdloff
6.30.17
lawsuit
lawsuit

Nestlé Is Being Sued for Putting Too Much 'Empty Space' in Raisinets Boxes

As this lawsuit rages on, we may be forced to confront the terrifying possibility that we're getting ripped off at movie concession stands.
Nick Rose
1.6.17
Punch
Punch

Pisco Is Finally Getting the Documentary It Deserves

In <i>Pisco Punch: A Cocktail Comeback Story</i>, the cocktail’s origin is beautifully detailed—and we learn that Pisco Punch may have once been made with cocaine.
Natalie B. Compton
12.20.16
Blood
Blood

The Gruesome History of Fake Blood in Hollywood

A recipe for stage blood has been required for centuries, and several different recipes developed over the years as productions moved from the stage to film to television and now to high-definition, computer-generated sources of entertainment.
Alex Swerdloff
10.24.16
Ramen
Ramen

Tampopo Rises: Beloved Japanese Film About Making Ramen Is Back in Theaters

Before there was 'Big Night,' 'Babette’s Feast,' or 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi'—or 'MasterChef' or 'Iron Chef' or 'Top Chef,' for that matter—there was 'Tampopo.'
Alex Swerdloff
10.21.16
Art
Art

Feast Your Eyes On These Satisfying Stop-Motion Paper Meals

Papermeal uses abstract forms and ideas to depict the nuances of cooking.
Alex Swerdloff
8.19.16
movies
movies

We Spoke to Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg About ‘Sausage Party’ and Taco Orgies

After you laugh your way through a fresh new batch of classic Rogen humor (complete with raunchy double-entendres and cutting-edge dick jokes), you’ll quickly notice that the movie is a lot deeper than what the billboards around town paint it as.
Javier Cabral
8.12.16
food TV
food TV

Michael Pollan Wants You to Get Off the Internet and Back in the Kitchen

I spoke to slow food evangelist Michael Pollan about his new Netflix docu-series <i>Cooked</i> and why everyone should learn how to roast a chicken.
Matthew Zuras
2.27.16