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30 Pounds Of Guac Is Helping An Artist Make The Mother Of All Snack Stadiums

Wheat Thins' new pita crackers as base for Dipscape
Jan 28, 2015 3:30 pm

You've heard of snack stadiums, the ultimate tribute to football fandom made from guacamole, chips and crudités? Yes? No? Either way, prepare to be dazzled, because acclaimed London artist Carl Warner has been building what could be the most ornate snack stadium of all time. Read all about it and see the exclusive images right here.

A Guy Is Shotgunning A Beer Every Day For A Year, And Winning Instagram

Aaron Semmel is a living legend
Jan 28, 2015 3:00 pm

A quick spin around the Internet turns up that Aaron Semmel is a Chicago-born, Los Angeles-based TV producer with credits that include working on Gene Simmons: Family Jewels and a reality show starring Sinbad. These are certainly worthy accomplishments on their own, but it’s Semmel’s Instagram account that makes us stop and simply bow down. 

Buffalo Chickpea-Salad Sandwich Recipe

Spicy hot-sauce-spiked chickpeas for healthy lunch!
Jan 28, 2015 2:30 pm
Photo: Katie Parker

Fact: Vegetarian food can be every bit as protein-packed as its omnovorous kin. Veggie and the Beast bloggers Katie Parker and Kristen Smith's loaded new cookbook is an ode to vegetarian food with rib-sticking heartiness, and this spin on the Buffalo-chicken sandwich is no exception. Ready for lunch?  

Print This Grocery List: Your Ultimate Super Bowl Shopping Guide

Staple ingredients for the pigskin food we love
Jan 28, 2015 2:15 pm

It's time, everyone, it's time! No, not to stock up your fridge for the blizzard, that's old news. The actual news is Super Bowl Sunday is this Sunday (yes, this Sunday!) which means it's time to clean out the supermarket shelves for an entirely different reason: you'll need fuel to yell at the TV and watch commercials. You were going to stock up on these staples anyway, so why not shop with a little purpose? Now's the time to hammer out that game plan.

The Bitten Food Conversation Is A Food Conference With A Conscience

NYC event covers food trends, culture, future
Jan 28, 2015 1:30 pm

Want to learn about the trends and future of the food world while contributing to charity? Then Bitten: A Food Conversation is for you. New York City’s second annual innovation conference will serve as a platform not only for those working within the food world, but also for those passionate about technology, pop culture, entertainment, design and innovation as it pertains to the future of food. Read on for event details and a complete list of speakers.

Bocuse D'Or 2015: In A Shock, Team USA Takes Second Place

The highest finish ever for the Americans
Jan 28, 2015 1:20 pm

As we reported yesterday, Team USA has been competing in the two-day culinary Olympics — Bocuse D'or — being held in Lyon, France. Minutes ago it was revealed that Team USA, consisting of Philip Tessier, executive sous chef at the French Laundry and longtime Thomas Keller disciple, and his commis, Skylar Stover, chef de partie at the French Laundry, took home second place. The Americans had previously only placed as high as sixth.

Edward Lee's Gochujang Chicken Wings With White BBQ Sauce Recipe

Korean-style wings with a special dipping sauce
Jan 28, 2015 1:00 pm

Edward Lee is a former Top Chef and Iron Chef contestant, a Louisville restaurateur and a Korean-food expert. One of his remarkably delicious mashups is this recipe for Korean chicken wings, which are slow-roasted (or smoked) and lacquered with a sauce built around Korea’s wonderful fermented chili paste, gochujang.

She Wrote The Book On Natural Wine

For Isabelle Legeron, it's about the human element
Jan 28, 2015 12:00 pm

Recently, Chad Walsh had the pleasure of sitting down in New York with Master of Wine Isabelle Legeron, whose beautiful book, Natural Wine: An Introduction to Organic and Biodynamic Wines Made Naturally, was recently released in the U.S. In addition to running the programs of a couple of Michelin-starred restaurants in the U.K., she is working on developing an all-natural wine list for Belle Mont Farm, a fully sustainable new resort on the Caribbean island of St. Kitts.

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