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Cocktails
Cocktails

These Cocktails Will Help Your Bitter, Broken Heart Survive Valentine's Day

We rounded up cocktails from a few of our favorite bartenders to help the rest of us survive this grueling holiday of drugstore teddy bears, mediocre chocolate, and abrupt existentialism.
Munchies Staff
2.14.18
dating
dating

Dating a Chef Convinced Me to Never Date a Chef Again

For four months, my nights consisted of partying and an orgy of French cuisine, sacrificed on the altar of intellectual nothingness.
Juliette Ganadé
10.13.17
masculinity
masculinity

Being a Chef Made Me Forget I Have a Micropenis

When I entered puberty I realized I was very different from the other boys. I shut myself off, worrying all the time that I'd get found out, and wound up feeling completely devoid of masculinity. That changed when I became a chef.
Anonymous
9.4.17
Baking
Baking

From the Ashes of a Failed Relationship Comes Great Bread

When Kate Pepper split with her partner, she was left with nothing. To make ends meet, she began baking rustic breads that have since won her a loyal following and a thriving business.
Natalie B. Compton
4.14.17
vegans
vegans

How to Keep the Peace at Dinner When You’re a Vegan Dating a Carnivore

We asked vegans what it’s like to date people who prefer to have ribs, ribs, and more ribs for dinner.
Arjan Ranjbar
4.1.17
love
love

Your Mezcal Might Literally Be Made with Love

Back in the day, people working the fields would carve their lovers’ names into agave leaves, hoping for good luck in romance. Some of those same plants could have been used to make the mezcal you sip today.
Natalie B. Compton
3.21.17
CHEFS
CHEFS

How to Love a Vegan When You’re a Meat-Eating Chef

The secret is accepting, embracing, and respecting each other for who we are and what we eat.
Mario Christerna
2.15.17
love
love

All the Ways That Food Has Nearly or Actually Ruined Our Relationships

The MUNCHIES staff shares memories of when their love un-blossomed because a date drank milk with a fancy dinner or put hot dogs in their spaghetti. Sorry, but sometimes, what you eat or don't eat can be a dealbreaker.
Munchies Staff
2.14.17
love
love

Remembering That Time on 'Divorce Court' When a Woman Complained that Her Husband's Incredible Cooking Made Her Fat

Chief among Rashida's grievances were that her husband said “I love you” too much—more than twice a week—and that he cooked delicious meals for her too often.
Charley Lanyon
2.14.17
veganism
veganism

Sorry, Vegans: A Third of People Wouldn’t Date You

New research from UK dating app Trueveiw has found that 34 percent of people wouldn’t date a vegan, and 77 percent wouldn’t give up meat for a partner.
Daisy Meager
10.12.16
relationships
relationships

Five Ideal Places for Breaking Someone's Heart

A breakup is a heartbreaking moment for everyone involved, not only for the couple, but for the server as well. Here's how to minimize the pain for everyone involved.
Megan Kessell
9.3.16
love
love

Sorry, Vegetarians: Your Burger-Loving Boo Probably Won’t Give Up Meat for You

One of the most popular theories about love is that it's about compromise, and in some cases, that includes compromising what or where you eat (or drink).
Hilary Pollack
8.9.16