Article, Food

Miles Davis’ Chili Recipe

Matt Soniak

Miles Davis was one of the most important and influential musicians of the 20th century, and changed the course of jazz music more times in his life than some people change their sheets.

Recipes from History: Launch Beans

Matt Soniak

What to Eat for Canada Day

Miss Cellania

10 Internet Memes Illustrated in Peeps

Miss Cellania

9 Hanukkah-Thanksgiving Fusion Dishes

Miss Cellania

Would You Eat At One of These Totally Bizarre Restaurants?

Jill Harness

Pastagate: How Pasta Fooled the Québécois Language Police

Sean Hutchinson

That Other Time Someone Tried to Get the British to Eat Horses

Matt Soniak

There’s an ongoing problem in the UK and continental Europe where food products labeled as containing beef actually turn out to have surprise horse meat in it.

The House That In-N-Out Burgers Built

Roma Panganiban

At age 30, owner and president of West Coast burger chain In-N-Out Lynsi Torres is the youngest female billionaire in the country.

The Sticky History of San Luis Obispo, California's Bubblegum Alley

Bryan Dugan

If you step on a piece, it ruins your day. But in San Luis Obispo, California, it’s perfectly OK to chew a big hunk of chicle and stick it on the walls of Bubblegum Alley.