Here is how dinner changed over the last 100 years

It’s not the most comprehensive look at the history of food but Mode’s video showcasing 100 years of dinner is really enjoyable to watch because it’s just pure fun to find out all the stuff, both delicious and horrific, that we used to put in our bodies. The video captures food trends pretty well—TV dinners, SPAM,… »Wednesday 8:15pm11/25/15 8:15pm


In-N-Out's secret menu deliciously revealed in a video

In-N-Out, the world’s second best fast food burger chain for anyone who eats food regularly, enjoys having good taste, and is considered a trustworthy person, has an infamous ‘secret menu’. It’s not exactly secret because everyone pretty much knows about it. But for those who don’t know, Foodbeast did brave work in… »11/21/15 10:00am11/21/15 10:00am

Turning a Big Mac into sushi is such an incredible achievement

It doesn’t look nearly as appetizing as a Big Mac does in your head right before you step inside a McDonald’s but this Big Mac turned sushi roll is a true culinary masterpiece. Every ingredient is in there: the buns act as the rice, the patty acts as the fish, and the sauce and french fries act as the fixins. I almost… »11/18/15 12:20am11/18/15 12:20am

There's amazing ketchup leather in this delicious burger

This burger from Plan Check in Los Angeles already looks delicious but what makes it a must eat is the “ketchup leather” inside the burger. It’s basically ketchup in the shape and form of a Fruit Roll-Up. Or like a cheese slice of ketchup. Or like awesomeness in a square. Food Steez visited the restaurant to see how… »11/12/15 7:15pm11/12/15 7:15pm

Making a root beer float truly and totally from scratch costs $900 and 1100 miles of travel

One of the best series on the internet right now is the always illuminating How to Make Everything series that shows us what it takes to make relatively common things from scratch. And it’s always a crazy, impossible amount of work. This time Andy George makes a root beer float and he had to gather the raw… »11/10/15 11:30pm11/10/15 11:30pm

14 wildly delicious ways to cook a potato

French fries. Mashed potatoes. Baked potatoes. Hash browns. Potato wedges. Potatoes are basically always delicious whichever way you cook them. Even if you’ve never had a particular potato dish, if it’s potato-based, you know it’s starchy goodness for you. Here are 14 different ways to cook a potato from Food, People,… »11/03/15 11:00pm11/03/15 11:00pm

This beautiful spinning chocolate cake hides hilarious animations

Oh, this is great. Alexandre Dubosc made this wonderful zoetrope that uses chocolate and popcorn to animate itself. As the multi-layer cake spins around, different things begin to appear as if they’re moving and it’s all perfectly matched with the sound. Corn kernels pop, popcorn gets catapulted and chocolate mouths… »10/06/15 9:05pm10/06/15 9:05pm

A peanut butter and jelly burger is totally weird but I'd still eat it

Peanut butter and jelly is as perfect a combination as there can be in sandwich form. A hamburger is the most delicious thing you can have between two buns. Is it possible that combining two perfectly delicious food things can actually backfire and be awful? I want to find out by eating this PB & J Burger from Cook… »9/30/15 1:42am9/30/15 1:42am

Deep frying every type of random food imaginable is all kinds of fun

The wild minds of ChefSteps got 8 vats of oil and then deep fried the hell out of basically every food under the Sun. Cupcakes? Yep. Cauliflower? Peaches? Avocados? Why not. Steak and Potatoes? Mmhmm. A Sausage Egg McMuffin from McDonald’s? Absolutely. Peanut butter and jelly sandwich? Of course. There is so much… »9/28/15 6:30pm9/28/15 6:30pm

This hot sauce is made with giant ants and termites

Hot sauce is one of those universal truths that different cultures from all over the world have realized is so completely awesome. Everybody has their own preference and people use different peppers and make their hot sauce at varying levels of spice and heat but all hot sauce is good. Even this hot sauce made with… »9/27/15 10:00am9/27/15 10:00am

Here's how one of the best steaks in America is made from the butcher to the table

Peter Luger’s Steakhouse in Brooklyn, New York serves one of the most delicious and iconic slabs of meat that you can get anywhere on the planet. Their Porterhouse is what you dream of when you imagine steak at a steakhouse. Eater shows how that fantastic deliciousness gets to the restaurant starting with the butcher… »9/25/15 12:10pm9/25/15 12:10pm

These are the ingredients and additives inside your favorite foods

Eating a bag of chips? Delicious right! Great snack. But what you’re really eating are all these weird powders and difficult to pronounce additives and manufactured colors and sticky glue goop. This photo series for the book Ingredients by Dwight Eschliman and Steve Ettlinger reveals what’s inside your favorite foods… »9/23/15 4:05pm9/23/15 4:05pm

10 different salads from 10 different countries across the world

I would have never ever said this when I was younger but there are few foods that are more refreshing and as replenishing than a good salad. Sometimes vegetables chopped and tossed around with dressing and some other things is all you really need to feel whole again. It’s one of life’s simplest and most satisfying… »9/22/15 1:15pm9/22/15 1:15pm

What happens to your body one hour after eating a Big Mac?

When you first bite into a Big Mac, it is absolutely glorious. The two patties sandwiching the chewy bread in the middle with the lovely thousand island sauce mixing in with the pickles and lettuce, the taste is iconic. Add in fries and a sip of Coke in between bites and you have reached Fast Food nirvana. But after… »9/21/15 9:52pm9/21/15 9:52pm

Cute animation shows the different ways to make coffee

How do you make coffee? Do you buy it at Starbucks? Support your local coffee shop? Just pour a mug at work? Or are you one of those fancy types who make coffee by roasting their own beans and like, performing high-level science experiments with it? Here’s a fun little animation that shows different ways people make… »9/19/15 9:30am9/19/15 9:30am

It takes $1500, 6 months, and a lot of farming to truly make a sandwich at home from scratch

How do you make a sandwich at home? Grab some bread, slap together some mustard and mayo, throw in some turkey, add some cheese, lettuce, tomato and onions, and then eat it right? That’s what normal people do but that’s a total shortcut. How do you truly make a sandwich at home and from scratch? It involves farming… »9/16/15 5:00am9/16/15 5:00am

Video: The brown sludge that is mass producing brownies

Brownies are absolutely delicious and probably one of my favorite things in the whole world. It’s a wonderful little treat. What’s not wonderful? When you mass produce them and have to pour buckets of ingredients to mix them up to create a oozy brown sludge that can be baked. Oh well, at least they’ll still be… »9/15/15 6:40pm9/15/15 6:40pm

Watching baking bread rise is almost pornographic

The smell of baking bread is like the universal language for neck-breaking, nose-enlightening deliciousness. It’s impossible not to smile to yourself at the idea of fresh bread. It’s everything good in the world, it’s possibility, and it’s just damn good to eat. And watching bread bake in a timelapse? Who knew that… »9/09/15 6:50pm9/09/15 6:50pm

Video: A portrait of a chef opening a restaurant

Life and Thyme continues its excellent video series about food and chefs by taking a look at Chef Timothy Hollingsworth and his upcoming Otium restaurant. In this chapter, we see Hollingsworth take a visit to the fish market and cook a splendid looking dish while talking about what food and more importantly, passion… »9/04/15 6:00pm9/04/15 6:00pm