Move over, bottle flipping, it’s time to catch apples thrown at you from crazy distances. With your mouth. (Just kidding, please don’t try this at home. Or anywhere, really.)
Our childhood dreams are finally coming true: Cookie Monster has his own cooking show.
Has anyone tried this microwave pasta cooker? The rave reviews are making us reconsider our pot boiling method.
Before 3D latte art there was….grated daikon radish sculptures.
A dried goods store in Japan bridges the old and new with a gorgeous revamp.
You definitely need to see the amazing hospital spreads this lady received each day. Trust the Japanese to add go that extra mile. Level: Asian.
We’ll just leave the title here: There’s a Fine-dining Restaurant in BKK That Just Serves Insects.
Speaking of the weird and wacky, we now have smoked water. At almost US$5.50 for 1/10th of a litre, use sparingly.
Looking to splurge that money closer to home? You might want to wait till November to try the most expensive coffee in the world.
In a short yet cheekily illustrated infographic, Michelin gives us insight into the three groups of people trusted with the meticulous (and sometimes painstakingly delicious) task of awarding stars.
We love reading and we love eating, so the food-related picks on the list of 100 Must-Read Books of 2017 are basically heaven. We’re particularly intrigued with “On Eating Insects” by Nordic Food Lab (protein, protein, protein), “The Modern Cook’s Year” by Anna Jones (it’s all about vegetables this year), and “The Almanac” by Lia Leendertz (for the hipster-foodies who love all things seasonal).
First, there was the raindrop cake (which we know as agar agar) and now, it’s pandan. We’re telling you, guys, insects are going to be the next big thing.
Tuning in to audio for a bit, the Burnt Toast podcast is heaven-sent for those who love all things food-related but are constantly on-the-go. We particularly love this topic, because #relatable.