Latest in Feast
  • Agnes Laurens
    Published about 17 hours ago
    What To Cook For Dinner In The Summer for Your Guests

    What To Cook For Dinner In The Summer for Your Guests

    Take your favorite wine, grab some toast with brie or anything else you love to eat, and sit down in your favorite spot on the couch, or anywhere else in your reading room. Make yourself cozy to read those recipes I will give you.
  • Samantha Weathers
    Published about 19 hours ago
    Zucchini and Lemon Linguini

    Zucchini and Lemon Linguini

    My husband and I started getting HelloFresh when we became vegetarians. We didn't eat that many vegetables before we stopped eating meat, so as you can imagine, we had no idea what to cook.
  • L. A. Davis
    Published 2 days ago
    Sound the Alarm!

    Sound the Alarm!

    For over twenty years I've had a long and lasting relationship with coffee. Ever since sophomore year of High School when my parents let me have it in the morning to help wake me up. Coffee is life blood to me and many others around the world. I've tried all kinds and know which ones I like the most. It's rare that I actually run across one that is new and sits at the top of my list, but I have found one! I present to you the Fire Dept. Coffee!
  • Daniel Goldman
    Published 2 days ago
    Caviar, Sea Urchin, and Friends

    Caviar, Sea Urchin, and Friends

    Caviar and sea urchin are two foods that people generally either love or hate. I love them. They're really wonderful on their own, but they're also delicious paired together, and with other ingredients. They add a sense of luxury to a meal. The options are endless. But what if you're not familiar with either, or you're not sure what to do with them besides just eat them by themselves?
  • Pamela k Conoly
    Published 3 days ago
    My Amazing Covid Meatballs

    My Amazing Covid Meatballs

    Don't be alarmed! Covid is NOT one of the ingredients. But, with everything that's going on it seems to be harder to get certain staples we used to think of as in abundance or taken for granted like, flour, sugar, salt and even ground black pepper being as scarce as toilet paper, hand soap and hand sanitizer.
  • Reese Marie
    Published 3 days ago
    The Best Ever Taco Dip

    The Best Ever Taco Dip

    Taco dip makes the shortlist of my favorite snacks. It's so satisfying to scoop up with a tortilla chip, and, it's basically a full meal in itself. You've got protein, vegetables, and dairy all in one dip. We love that!
Staff Picks
  • Bakhtawar
    Published 14 days ago
    Make Tea Not War, But If It Spills Make Some Art

    Make Tea Not War, But If It Spills Make Some Art

    The history of tea is said to date back to ancient China, a long 5000 years ago when Emperor Shen Nung discovered tea when leaves from some tree blew into his pot of boiling water. He was transfixed by the pleasant smell and taste and discovered the tea's soothing effect on the body. From there on, tea spread to many places all over the world. Tea has been used for various medicinal purposes and many swear by its amazing effects.
  • What If
    Published 16 days ago
    What Would Happen If Everyone Stopped Drinking Coffee?

    What Would Happen If Everyone Stopped Drinking Coffee?

    We have had a long-lasting love affair with coffee and caffeine, but now might be the time to assess whether it’s worth keeping the “chipper twins” around.
  • Andy Potts
    Published 20 days ago
    Where help and hope are on the menu

    Where help and hope are on the menu

    Not every café is the same. On Chester-le-Street High Street, REfUSE has established itself as a hub in this County Durham market town. The café has a special ethos – combating food waste by rescuing ingredients rejected by retail and creating a vibrant community space in the town centre. That usually makes it a bustling hub, with live music and open mic nights adding to a winning recipe, and all on a ‘pay-as-you-feel’ basis.
  • Zoe Alice
    Published about a month ago
    Why you'll never crave a carrot. (but you could always eat a pizza).

    Why you'll never crave a carrot. (but you could always eat a pizza).

    Once upon a time, we humans ate food to sustain ourselves. You see, we are pretty amazing. We have sophisticated systems to enable us to perform our most essential task; find food for fuel. Our taste abilities have been shaped by the ecological niches our evolutionary ancestors occupied and by the nutrients they sought. They helped us to identify nutrients to survive.
  • Emma Reidy
    Published 2 months ago
    First Place in Recipe Swap Challenge
    Cucumber Ice Cream

    Cucumber Ice Cream

    Scintillating chandeliers, crimson draperies, hundreds of table settings arranged for local and global elite: the Egyptian Hall of the Mansion House was a grandeur entertaining space in Victorian London. Despite its name, the hall was not Egyptian-inspired, but rather it “was built upon Lord Burlington’s plans, who gathered his ideas of such Hall from a description by Vitruvius.” The pillars of the Roman architecture stood amongst myriad banquets throughout the century, displaying food from kitchens with a fireplace so extensive it could roast a huge ox or “fifty or sixty fowls or ducks” simultaneously. At the centrepiece of this grandiose, glittery space of consumption was, of course, food.
  • Destinee
    Published 2 months ago
    Vegan Cinnamon Babka

    Vegan Cinnamon Babka

    Besides it being fun to say, Babka is one of the best things ever invented. Most people think of inventions from the 1800's and their mind goes to the cotton gin, or light bulbs. And while Eli Whitney and Thomas Edison do deserve their accolades, the true unsung hero of the 1800's-- the housewives!!
Featured Collections
Celebrities
  • Jen S
    Published 6 months ago
    Celebrity Place

    Celebrity Place

    You ever been to a place owned or run by a celebrity? Like the Wahlburgers and their famous pretty awesome burgers?
  • Brendan Blowers
    Published 11 months ago
    What Anthony Bourdain Left Behind

    What Anthony Bourdain Left Behind

    Anthony Bourdain lived many lives in his too-brief 61 years on this planet.
  • Edward Anderson
    Published 11 months ago
    Valerie Bertinelli Is My Mortal Enemy

    Valerie Bertinelli Is My Mortal Enemy

    Like Florine Mark before her, Valerie Bertinelli is on my list. It's an exclusive list of two people—well, it used to be three but Kesha has redeemed herself in my eyes. Also like Florine, Valerie has no idea who I am and doesn't care that I'm unhappy with her.
Cuisine
  • Samantha Weathers
    Published about 19 hours ago
    Zucchini and Lemon Linguini

    Zucchini and Lemon Linguini

    My husband and I started getting HelloFresh when we became vegetarians. We didn't eat that many vegetables before we stopped eating meat, so as you can imagine, we had no idea what to cook.
  • Daniel Goldman
    Published 2 days ago
    Caviar, Sea Urchin, and Friends

    Caviar, Sea Urchin, and Friends

    Caviar and sea urchin are two foods that people generally either love or hate. I love them. They're really wonderful on their own, but they're also delicious paired together, and with other ingredients. They add a sense of luxury to a meal. The options are endless. But what if you're not familiar with either, or you're not sure what to do with them besides just eat them by themselves?
  • April Knox
    Published 3 days ago
    What We Ate #1

    What We Ate #1

    I have been a southern girl my whole life, even before I actually lived in the south. Ask anyone that I grew up with and they will tell you that if they could place me anywhere as an adult it would be somewhere in the south.
Diy
  • Ellie
    Published 18 days ago
    International Picnic Day

    International Picnic Day

    Thursday is a day like any other. Nothing too special – another day in the daily grind. Some love Thursday as they are only one more day away from the weekend. Many are indifferent to Thursday. It seems Thursday is the most underrated day of the week. Nothing out of the ordinary or special about it. And yet this Thursday is a rather special one as we celebrate International Picnic Day.
  • katarzyna stomska
    Published 2 months ago
    Brighten your day with a colourful plate

    Brighten your day with a colourful plate

    Cooking is something I more than enjoy. It's part of my self care, great way to relax and has played an immense part in healing from the narcissistic abuse I have experienced. It's something me and my two children enjoy.
  • Q Hermen
    Published 2 months ago
    Baking from scratch 2.0

    Baking from scratch 2.0

    My first attempt at baking without recipe an going just off of feeling went so-so, half winning. I consider it a win still, as we did eat both the brownie and banana bread and were quite happy, even if it was not the tastiest of the tasty or mushiest of the mushy. I would have loved to see some more movement in the brownie and less density in the banana bread, but live and learn. I had some sort of basic feeling for what needs to go in them, and especially considering I had some very specific requirements to make it work, all in all I was pretty pleased with myself. But, as they say in Sweden, skam den som ger sig! Roughly translated to; shame on the person who gives up.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Noel Anderson
    Published 22 days ago
    Crab Claws

    Crab Claws

    The shop was pretty ordinary, situated on Exhibition Street opposite the Comedy Theatre. If you blinked, you’d miss it. They sold crab claws, the best in Melbourne so the sign in the window outside stated. Mrs Cray stood facing the red and gold oriental door and wondered if she should try them, rain pelting her, clothes soaked to the skin. It was an hour before her lift to Barbara’s house, her complaining sister-in-law. Well, thought Mrs Cray, I suppose John’s death five days ago has finally given you something to really bloody complain about. Cruel thoughts about Barbara given the circumstances…but true none the less, Mrs Cray believed.
  • Dr. Dillion Veck
    Published about a month ago
    Top 4 McDonald’s conspiracies

    Top 4 McDonald’s conspiracies

    Hey guys and gals, sorry I haven’t posted a article in a while I’ve had a seizure and I had to deal with that but I’m better and ready to do what I love, bringing you all conspiracies to enjoy reading, now this one is gonna be alittle different than than my other ones which I focus on one conspiracy and rate it’s likihood no this one is gonna the a lost............. the Top 4 McDonald’s conspiracies
  • Cecil Pulley
    Published 3 months ago
    More People Should be Eating Ramen with Kraft Singles

    More People Should be Eating Ramen with Kraft Singles

    Imagine this. You're an American kid in the mid-2000's, halfway through your second grade year. You were looking forward to a weekend of scooter-ing around your local cul-de-sac but tragically, a cold has left you bedridden and woebegone. You stare out your bedroom window, longing to join your neighbors outside. But alas! You have a headache, a slight fever and a sore throat. You may as well be dead.
Healthy
  • Rachel Blanchard
    Published 3 days ago
    How to Make Boxed Mac and Cheese Healthier

    How to Make Boxed Mac and Cheese Healthier

    We've all been there: idly staring into the depths of the cupboard looking for something to eat. You spot the Double Stuf Oreos (yes, it's spelled Double "Stuf") on the middle shelf, tucked under the Pringles and trail mix. You know that stuf will give you a stomach ache, a headache, or even worse... you'll eat a whole sleeve and STILL be hungry, but what other options do you have?
  • raaman
    Published 7 days ago
    20 Benefits of Bitter Gourd for Health

    20 Benefits of Bitter Gourd for Health

    Very few people like bitter gourd. The reason is the bitter taste of bitter gourd. But it is not said that the medicine is bitter. In the same way, bitter gourd also works as a medicine for health. Especially its juice helps in curing many diseases.
  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 9 days ago
    Prunes Keep You From Feeling Like A Balloon!

    Prunes Keep You From Feeling Like A Balloon!

    Growing up, I remember my great grandmother boiling prune juice. She would heat the prune juice to a simmer. Then, she would drink it. As I observed, she would excuse herself from the room to return minutes later.
History
  • Antonio Acuna Peterssen 🍷
    Published 12 days ago
    “The Art of Assemblage: A Healthy Alchemy for Fine Wines and Premium Olive Oils”

    “The Art of Assemblage: A Healthy Alchemy for Fine Wines and Premium Olive Oils”

    In the wine industry, when wine buyers are picking a bottle, a very important element taken often into consideration in the purchase decision is the identification of the grape varieties in which wines were elaborated from.
  • Bakhtawar
    Published 14 days ago
    Make Tea Not War, But If It Spills Make Some Art

    Make Tea Not War, But If It Spills Make Some Art

    The history of tea is said to date back to ancient China, a long 5000 years ago when Emperor Shen Nung discovered tea when leaves from some tree blew into his pot of boiling water. He was transfixed by the pleasant smell and taste and discovered the tea's soothing effect on the body. From there on, tea spread to many places all over the world. Tea has been used for various medicinal purposes and many swear by its amazing effects.
  • Aria Loves
    Published 17 days ago
    Health benefits of honey and pollen.

    Health benefits of honey and pollen.

    Honey alone is a common and in specifically in ancient Egypt like many countries around the world has been used in all classes, sweetening food was just the start of it. Well known for its medicinal properties and has been used for so by the Assyrians, Greeks, and in many other cultures.
How To
  • Reese Marie
    Published 5 days ago
    Brown Butter

    Brown Butter

    What is brown butter?
  • Reese Marie
    Published 6 days ago
    Tips for Creating an Epic BLT

    Tips for Creating an Epic BLT

    I'm a big sandwich person and BLTs rank somewhere amongst the highest on my list of favorites. For me, they're one of the essential summer foods. Bacon, lettuce, and tomato between two pieces of toast. So simple, so delicious. I can't say there's any wrong way to make a BLT, either, but there might be a right way. BLTs didn't need to be improved, but it still doesn't hurt to try to improve upon one of the most delicious sandwiches there is. So, I compiled a list. It's a list of possibilities, BLT hacks if you will. Try implementing a few of them to your next BLT and see which ones you like.
  • V Sladek
    Published 8 days ago
    How to make Scones

    How to make Scones

    Who can forget the first time they had a scone! What English tea would be complete without without one. Whether you’re a cream on top of jam or a jam on top of cream person, this recipe is sure to impress at teatime when you can announce “The scones are homemade - I did them myself”
List
  • raaman
    Published 14 days ago
    5 Foods that help Control Hypertension

    5 Foods that help Control Hypertension

    High blood pressure or hypertension, as widely referred to, is becoming very common these days. Therefore, it is advisable to consult your doctor, and take timely action in the matter as per your doctor's advice. It is because if the treatment of high BP is not done in time, it can lead to heart diseases. Incidentally, diet related changes can help you in the treatment of high blood pressure (High BP).
  • David Fenton
    Published 14 days ago
    What Do You Should Expect from Event Catering?

    What Do You Should Expect from Event Catering?

    One of the main priorities of hosting an event is to look for an excellent event catering. You will come across a lot of companies that provide you with event catering. If you are inviting guests in any event, be it personal, for a business, award ceremony, or just a corporate meet, you have to look for some right caterers that are willing to provide good food great waiters. But if you are new to all these, you should know how it all works.
  • Karan Singh
    Published 2 months ago
    10 Super Foods For Better Immunity

    10 Super Foods For Better Immunity

    Building a good immune system has never been more important than now with new unknown flu and diseases coming up without any warning. But you don't have to buy expensive supplements to improve your immunity, check out these 10 super foods which nature has provided us to build better health.
Organic
  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 2 months ago
    Gon' Ho Fo' Mangoes

    Gon' Ho Fo' Mangoes

    I was first introduced to mangoes through a former associate and their family. When we lived together, I fell in love with their Caribbean food culture.
  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 2 months ago
    Explain To Me, Pokeweed...

    Explain To Me, Pokeweed...

    When I first heard about pokeweed, it was referred to as "polk salad". My neighbor brought knowledge to me about the leafy green.
  • Porsche Lacewell
    Published 2 months ago
    Sprouted Grain Bread is Legit

    Sprouted Grain Bread is Legit

    Bread is not something I should be consuming on a daily basis given my health and weight loss goals, however, I found a sure-fire healthier way to enjoy it so that it doesn't interfere. Sprouted grain bread was introduced to me through Food Babe, Vani Hari (an activist), and she describes it as a vegetable because it's basically a plant that grows from a grain when soaked in water. That plant is then ground into bread. This is supposed to be the healthiest type of bread to consume because it doesn't give you the insulin spike that refined flour doughs do, even the rich, darkened ones, due to the breakdown of starch that occurs during the process. Thus, it doesn't make you gain. Angelic Bakehouse, Food for Life, and Dave's Killer Bread are convenient ones to purchase at stores. From my experience, Dave's Killer Bread tastes better than the knockoff healthy brands like Pepperidge Farm. I haven't yet tried Angelic Bakehouse, but Food for Life offers a variety of types of bread like English muffins and tortillas. Their Ezekiel Bread has to be kept frozen and does come in a cinnamon raisin version. At any case, I was grateful to come across Vani's book the Food Babe Way that highlights so many flaws in our American food system and methods to navigate them and overcome our greatest health concerns. It made me a more informed eater.
Product Review
  • L. A. Davis
    Published 2 days ago
    Sound the Alarm!

    Sound the Alarm!

    For over twenty years I've had a long and lasting relationship with coffee. Ever since sophomore year of High School when my parents let me have it in the morning to help wake me up. Coffee is life blood to me and many others around the world. I've tried all kinds and know which ones I like the most. It's rare that I actually run across one that is new and sits at the top of my list, but I have found one! I present to you the Fire Dept. Coffee!
  • JosephMartinez
    Published 7 days ago
    Custom CamelBak Water Bottles or Every Brand

    Custom CamelBak Water Bottles or Every Brand

    Cuѕtоm CamelBak Drіnkwаrе is a brаnd thаt’ѕ synonymous wіth hіgh-ԛuаlіtу hydration products, particularly расkѕ аnd water bottles. A longtime favorite іn the drinkware іnduѕtrу, CаmеlBаk іnvеntеd thе hаndѕ-frее hуdrаtіоn саtеgоrу аnd hаѕ bееn a glоbаl leader іn іnnоvаtіvе hуdrаtіоn рrоduсtѕ since іtѕ inception.
  • Burhan Virtue
    Published 9 days ago
    How to choose safe cookware

    How to choose safe cookware

    Could your cookware be making you sick? Yes, it is certainly a possibility! Many people don’t realize this, but certain types of cookware off-gas toxic chemicals. These chemicals then either filter into the air you’re breathing or get absorbed into the food you’re about to eat.
Recipe
  • Agnes Laurens
    Published about 17 hours ago
    What To Cook For Dinner In The Summer for Your Guests

    What To Cook For Dinner In The Summer for Your Guests

    Take your favorite wine, grab some toast with brie or anything else you love to eat, and sit down in your favorite spot on the couch, or anywhere else in your reading room. Make yourself cozy to read those recipes I will give you.
  • Pamela k Conoly
    Published 3 days ago
    My Amazing Covid Meatballs

    My Amazing Covid Meatballs

    Don't be alarmed! Covid is NOT one of the ingredients. But, with everything that's going on it seems to be harder to get certain staples we used to think of as in abundance or taken for granted like, flour, sugar, salt and even ground black pepper being as scarce as toilet paper, hand soap and hand sanitizer.
  • Reese Marie
    Published 3 days ago
    The Best Ever Taco Dip

    The Best Ever Taco Dip

    Taco dip makes the shortlist of my favorite snacks. It's so satisfying to scoop up with a tortilla chip, and, it's basically a full meal in itself. You've got protein, vegetables, and dairy all in one dip. We love that!
Restaurants
  • Wolf Runner
    Published 6 days ago
    Never Enough

    Never Enough

    Treating myself to a two pound salad at Whole Foods once a month is now a long lost legend of the Gods. I truly do and always have found comfort in home cooked meals, but there's something... risky, I miss about a sneeze guard buffet.
  • Chloe Gilholy
    Published 7 days ago
    Caffe Chino, Birmingham

    Caffe Chino, Birmingham

    Café's Information
  • Eada Hudes
    Published 11 days ago
    Make the Outdoor Extension of Your Restaurant a Classy Affair!

    Make the Outdoor Extension of Your Restaurant a Classy Affair!

    When you are in the hospitality business, everything that your guests’ wishes become your command! Say, the warmer months are here, and your customers may enjoy the idea of basking in the beautiful view of the city while enjoying their meal in a nice terrace or garden or deck set-up. So, isn’t this idea enough to motivate you to start designing the outdoor section of your restaurant and create a brand new curb appeal?
Travel
  • Robin Searcy
    Published about a month ago
    Vegan Travels

    Vegan Travels

    I keep a running list of the places I would travel to. Some dream of historical monuments and natural landscapes.
  • Martina Dearing
    Published about a month ago
    Old Town Alexandria for Foodies

    Old Town Alexandria for Foodies

    I’m one of the lucky ones who could call Alexandria Old Town home at some point in my life. It’s been a bit less than a year since we moved more south , just about 40 minutes further down Virginia and there’s not a day that I don’t miss Alexandria.
  • Geeta
    Published 3 months ago
    Madrid Food Guide 2020

    Madrid Food Guide 2020

    For my birthday this year, we decided to hit the food-focused city of Madrid. There is a restaurant in every corner of this city and you will be spoilt for choice here. You can find anything from street food to casual eateries to fine dining spots to suit your budget and mood. Below are some of my personal recommendations.
Vegan
  • Ashley G.
    Published 3 days ago
    Homemade Vegan Pancakes

    Homemade Vegan Pancakes

    So, you’ve probably come across a ton of different vegan pancake recipes – some of them great, some not so much! This one is super tasty and super easy! I came across a recipe years ago (on Instagram, I think!) and tweaked it a bit. It’s a super simple recipe that allows for variety! I have created so many wonderfully delicious types of pancakes (I’ll add some optional add-ons below) with this recipe and they’ve all been hits!
  • NiqueNesa
    Published about a month ago
    Quick & Easy Vegan Meals in Under 20

    Quick & Easy Vegan Meals in Under 20

    Making the choice to go vegan can be a beautiful thing, but it can also be a little tough to start. Once you begin, one of your first questions are, “what do I cook?” or “where do I begin?”. Don’t worry love I got you! Follow me on throughout this mini series to get started and learn how to make some quick and easy vegan meals.
  • The Bumble Life
    Published about a month ago
    Top 5 best beans and pulses to add to your cooking

    Top 5 best beans and pulses to add to your cooking

    As a kid I hated beans because I was under the impression that all beans tasted like a can of baked beans without actually trying any other bean products. I was one of those baked beans haters and to be honest I still find that I have to add sausage and cheese to canned baked beans just to stomach the idea of eating them. This being said after living with vegans and vegetarians and eating food that can be eaten by all in the household I discovered a love for beans. While I am not vegan or veggie it’s still good to have those cooking skills to cater for your vegan or vegetarian guests and subsituting meat for other items like beans, mushrooms and pulses can be a great way to reduce your meat consumption for ethical reasons and can also save you money (meat can be expensive). These are my top 5 favourite beans for use in cooking.