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Video: Hank Shaw Hunts It Down On The 'Meat Eater' Season Finale

The famed hunter/gatherer cooks up wild hare stew
Nov 7, 2013 5:00 pm

We got our hands on an exclusive clip from the season finale of MeatEaterthis Sunday at 9 p.m. EST on the Sportsman Channel. Check out famed hunter/gatherer/angler/gardener/cook Hank Shaw as he joins Steven Rinella on a Columbia Blacktail and wild pig hunt that ends in wild hare stew, a Hank Shaw specialty. 

Let's Hack The Adventure Time Everything Burrito Game!

Jake said it best: I love you, everything burrito
Oct 28, 2013 2:30 pm

Your goal is simple: wrap scavenger hunt items into an epic burrito. Well, seeing as this is a game for like, 4 to 6-year-olds with precocious senses of humor (and the heroic parents who instilled it in them), when playing with friends your goal might be to get drunk first. Hack the Adventure Time Everything Burrito Game, then watch your favorite episode.

I'm Making Jake's 12-Step Time Sandwich From 'Adventure Time'

And congrats on 10 million Facebook likes, partners
Oct 23, 2013 11:30 am

I've been watching Adventure Time in somewhat of a religious manner for years and rewatched one of my recent favorites last night: Time Sandwich. First, a sandwich prayer: "I am ready to receive instruction from the realm of creation above me, of the sandwich I am about to conceive. I am open. Use me." And now, an instructional video, courtesy of Jake the Dog and Finn the Human.

Pop Chart Lab Does It Again: A Comprehensive Guide To Fictional Beers

From Duff to Buzz to Dharma beer, they're all here
Oct 22, 2013 4:00 pm

Check out Pop Chart Lab's newest stroke of genius: Fantastical Fictive Beers! If you've ever watched TV or a movie, you'll recognize a handful of these thoughtful offerings, especially the slow pitches like King of the Hill's Alamo beer. There are some pretty impressive obscure ones, too, like Dexter's Jekyll Island Lager and Friends' Monkey Shine. I might write a show just to coin a fictitious beer, that seems like a real honor right now.

Here's A Typewritten List Of The Original Food Network Show Concepts

Take a sneak peek at FN's historical documents
Oct 4, 2013 9:00 am

Back 21 years ago when Food Network was just an idea sketched out in a typewritten business plan moldering at a Rhode Island cable company, the writers of the plan threw in a rather hilarious set of ideas for potential shows on the network. It's interesting to see how some of these did eventually land on the air in some form or the other and others, justifiably, ended up on the scrap heap of food television history.  

Video: Craft Beer Television Series 'Brew Dogs' Is About As Obsessive As It Gets

Sneak peak at show highlighting brews across U.S.
Aug 19, 2013 4:00 pm

James Watt and Martin Dickie are Scottish beer "evangelists" and owners of the UK's fastest growing brewery. The two are traveling to the U.S. in search of the best craft beer, visiting some of the country's most renowned breweries and creating their own unique, local drafts along the way, often utilizing outrageous and bizarre ingredients. An upcoming show titled Brew Dogs will document it all. The promo, after the jump.

R.I.P. James Gandolfini: A Food Tribute To The Sopranos

10 Classic Food Moments From The Sopranos
Jun 20, 2013 8:31 am

Like much of the pop culture–loving world today, we wake up today with sadness over having lost James Gandolfini, the talented actor who passed away in Rome yesterday, apparently of a heart attack, at 51. As Tony Soprano, he brought a complex, violent, sensitive and charismatic character to life — until The Sopranos' befuddling end in a New Jersey diner booth. To honor Gandolfini's memory, we're dusting off this gallery of videos featuring memorable food scenes from The Sopranos. R.I.P. Tony.

Rejoice! Portlandia Is Renewed. But With A Return To The Vegan Fart Patio?

Our favorite food-related sketch comedy
Jun 12, 2013 11:01 am

Food has always been at the gooey, sometimes very awkward, center of hit IFC series Portlandia — a sketch comedy show starring Saturday Night Live alum Fred Armisen, rock singer Carrie Brownstein (a very funny rock singer) and a range of special guests. SNL cheese Lorne Michaels is the executive producer. This morning word has hit the Internet that Portlandia has been renewed for a forth and fifth season. We are happy.

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