Watch Michigan Students Take The Jim Harbaugh Breakfast Challenge

Cereal + Gatorade = championship formula?
Jan 29, 2015 9:00 am

Just last week, University of Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh’s son Jay revealed that his dad once put Gatorade in his cereal instead of milk. So, naturally, the school's Alumni Association put together the “Harbaugh Breakfast Challenge” and encouraged current students to try out the mixture for themselves. We've got the video.

Filipino Snack Time: An Animated Short

Sharing Sweet Corn, handling weirded-out classmates
Jan 27, 2015 3:30 pm

Any kid of Asian parentage who has attempted to bring shrimp chips to school may have encountered this situation. It's also nobody's fault Filipino Sweet Corn and Corn Pops look (but most definitely do not taste) the same. Thankfully, it's time to get all your ethnic snacktime frustration out with YouTube animator Domic's new video, very simply titled, "Asian Food."

Watch Vice Get Soju Blasted In Seoul

South Korea is serious about its drinking
Jan 20, 2015 9:30 am

Answer quickly — what’s the world’s most popular spirit? We bet you may not have said soju. On the latest episode of VICE Munchies’ Al-Kee-Hol series, correspondent Charlet Duboc explores the storied drinking culture in South Korea’s capital city. Take a look.

Is The Ramlet (Ramen + Omelet) The Next Big Thing In Breakfast?

David Chang certainly thinks so
Jan 19, 2015 9:30 am

It was only a matter of time in today's world of hybrid food crazes. After all, it’s a natural combination — a runny, soft-boiled egg is already a common addition to a bowl of piping hot ramen noodles. Its invention by a well-known chef certainly gives it instant credibility. And let’s be honest here for a minute — you’re pretty disappointed you didn’t think of creating the ramlet yourself. That's right, the ramlet.

Watch Fung Brothers Devour Everything At Singapore's Famed Hawker Centers

LA comedians hit the road for laksa, chicken rice
Jan 16, 2015 10:00 am

Last time we saw LA-based comedians the Fung Brothers, they were neck-deep in burgers and pastrami fries from LA's famed pastrameria The Hat. Sometimes, though, you just gotta hit the road. And if you're traveling for food, Singapore might as well be your first stop. Do it like the locals do: order a tableful of food and strategically devour. Ready for some prime hawker center porn? 

Can You Actually Re-Grow Food From Scraps? Well, Yeah!

Grow brand-new celery and scallions from old ones
Jan 12, 2015 2:00 pm

Well here's Cool Thing #3978 about vegetables: they regrow themselves. Know what doesn't regrow itself? That muffin from the deli. YouTube homesteader/sustainable prepper (yup, that's a thing) GaryMule took some coffee grounds and zero dirt, planting pots or land and sprouted himself brand-new celery from just-old-enough celery. Ditto scallions — if you have a houseplant, you should have those pups sprouting up at all times. 


Meet The Guy Behind The Spicy Rooster Sauce You Love So Much

Hypebeast gives the video treatment to Sriracha
Jan 12, 2015 10:00 am

Few food products have been met with such a frenzy — and stood the test of time — quite like Sriracha. Since exploding onto the U.S. culinary scene just over a half decade ago, the “rooster sauce” as it’s commonly known has become a household pantry and restaurant kitchen staple. How did the phenomenon all begin? Go behind the scenes with Huy Fong Foods CEO and founder David Tran.

Here's How An Italian Chef Pronounces 'Worcestershire Sauce'

Or maybe doesn't quite pronounce it. Hey it's hard!
Dec 29, 2014 1:30 pm

What happens when an Italian YouTube chef with a heavy accent and a matching no-nonsense policy encounters a bottle of Worcestershire sauce? Wan-sess-star-shine. Wait, no, we can do this. Try it again, Chef Pascuale. 


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