Latest in Feast
  • Hope Martin
    Published about 2 hours ago
    Keto-Friendly Options at Jimmy John's

    Keto-Friendly Options at Jimmy John's

    We've all been there. Late going to lunch, or perhaps you spaced out and left your food on the counter before going to work. Possibly you were running late and didn't have time to grab something as you rushed out the door. While running your errands you start to feel famished and need something fast. But you have a couple of problems; you are on a diet - a keto diet. And most keto items are pricey. Because for some reason, eating healthy costs more than an arm and a leg in today's corporate America. Not to mention, where the heck can you find a healthy, fast food joint that isn't going to cost you over five to ten dollars for a simple meal?
  • Rachael Robinson
    Published about 21 hours ago
    Ungu Mee Goreng

    Ungu Mee Goreng

    I can see how you might be curious about the title of this recipe. Perhaps you’re trying to work out where the “Ungu” region is. Or perhaps you understood the title but are wondering why I would make “purple fried noodles”. The dish is not named for its colour (although I’ve added some purple onion), rather it is named for the friend who inspired me to create it.
  • David Wyld
    Published about 21 hours ago
    Perfect Recipes for a Winter Warm-Up

    Perfect Recipes for a Winter Warm-Up

    When cold weather hits, it’s natural to seek comfort in a variety of forms: warm blankets, layers of sweaters and delicious, hearty meals like Chickpea, Spinach and Coconut Curry, Savory Harissa-Roasted Chicken and Vegetables, and Gnocchi with Hearty Mushroom Bolognese.
  • Heather Clark
    Published about 22 hours ago
    How Grocery Apps Can Save You Time (And Money)
  • Fabio Cerami
    Published 2 days ago
    Coffee

    Coffee

    Each coffee has its own unique character and personality when roasted, ranging from delicate and floral with complex fruit tones to smoky and herbal with deep notes of earth and spice.
  • Kevin Southgate
    Published 2 days ago
    Carolina Reapers & Capsaicin Crystals: The Spiciest Foods I Eat for Fun

    Carolina Reapers & Capsaicin Crystals: The Spiciest Foods I Eat for Fun

    The Internet is filled with brave individuals attempting some of the spiciest challenges ever created. Whether it's the popular Paqui One Chip Challenge, or the brutal and aptly named Death Nut Challenge from Blazing Foods, there's no shortage of feats that push the limits of spiciness.
Staff Picks
  • Erica Wagner
    Published 22 days ago
    Hands-On Pasta in Rome

    Hands-On Pasta in Rome

    What could be more blissful than an autumn week spent in Rome? I'll tell you what: learning to cook perfect Roman pasta on a sunny Roman afternoon. I'd come from London to Rome to stroll the ancient city's streets in the company of a dear friend and expert tour-guide, the writer Kate Nicholls, who lives in the Eternal City — Cucina Trastevere, opened just a couple of months before I arrived, happened to be right around the corner from her flat. If you are visiting this extraordinary city, this is an experience not to miss.
  • Alyson Lewis
    Published 3 months ago
    Sap! Review

    Sap! Review

    What do you know about sap? Before trying these drinks, I knew little to nothing about it. In my head, I always confused it with maple syrup. I’m aware that these two things are in fact, different, but I never had a reason to seek out any answers. I guess it was just one of those things I was comfortable in my confusion of. I knew it was sticky and came from trees. That’s as far as my knowledge went. So when I saw the Sap! variety pack of maple seltzer, maple soda and sparkling birch, I thought I could use this as a learning experience.
  • Deborah Nelson
    Published 3 months ago
    I Gave Up Wheat and Got My Life Back

    I Gave Up Wheat and Got My Life Back

    It’s not so much that I decided to give up wheat, as I was just really sick of matzoh.
  • Anna Gooding-Call
    Published 3 months ago
    9 Unusual Food Podcasts That Will Make You Want to Eat

    9 Unusual Food Podcasts That Will Make You Want to Eat

    The only thing better than a good meal is a podcast about a good meal. But what if you want a podcast about a meal that is altogether strange, different, and beyond your expectations? Break those culinary molds, and come along with these intrepid hosts as they explore food so weird that you won't believe you've never heard about it. Prepare to crave some strange stuff!
  • The Bronx Vegan
    Published 6 months ago
    Quick, Healthy, and Delicious Food to Fuel Your Workday

    Quick, Healthy, and Delicious Food to Fuel Your Workday

    After a long search, I finally have a new job! With this new opportunity comes the challenge of figuring out a strategic way to get the right fuel I need every day. With a new schedule and always being on the move, I need easy, healthy food to nourish my body. That’s why I’m so excited to try Daily Harvest, a weekly or monthly plan that incorporates healthy and organic fruits and vegetables.
  • Erica Wagner
    Published 6 months ago
    Sourdough Simplicity

    Sourdough Simplicity

    In my kitchen, Elvira is starting to stretch herself, expand herself, push herself up against the confines of her jar and reach toward the lid settled lightly above her. A few hours ago I took her out of the fridge, added rye flour and water, gave her a gentle stir, and set her on my counter. Now, I peek under her lid to see how she’s getting on. Hey, Elvira, I say. Looks like we’re nearly good to go.
Featured Collections
Celebrities
  • Brendan Blowers
    Published 4 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 4 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.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 7 months ago
    Foods Celebrities Refuse to Eat

    Foods Celebrities Refuse to Eat

    There are certain foods that people don't like after tasting them. There are some foods people don't like because of the way they look. There are some foods people don't like because of the way they smell. Then there are some foods people refuse to eat because they were forced to eat so much of it when they were young. They vowed to never eat that food again when they grew up and left their childhood home. They said when they make their own money, they would eat what they wanted and not be forced to eat what they didn't like. Many of those people have kept the promise they made to themselves long ago and still refuse to eat certain foods today.
Cuisine
  • Rasma Raisters
    Published 4 days ago
    The Joys of Christmas Food
  • David Somerville
    Published 5 days ago
    The Five Best Steaks You Have Never Tried

    The Five Best Steaks You Have Never Tried

    The world of beef steaks is a complex assortment of bovine anatomy. There are the steaks that most people have heard of, cuts like the Ribeye, Sirloin, New York Strip and Filet Mignon, even if they do not know the exact differences between them. There are an equal number of steaks that are absolutely amazing that most people don’t even know exist!
  • Erica Wagner
    Published 22 days ago
    Hands-On Pasta in Rome

    Hands-On Pasta in Rome

    What could be more blissful than an autumn week spent in Rome? I'll tell you what: learning to cook perfect Roman pasta on a sunny Roman afternoon. I'd come from London to Rome to stroll the ancient city's streets in the company of a dear friend and expert tour-guide, the writer Kate Nicholls, who lives in the Eternal City — Cucina Trastevere, opened just a couple of months before I arrived, happened to be right around the corner from her flat. If you are visiting this extraordinary city, this is an experience not to miss.
Diy
  • Laura Ansbro
    Published about a month ago
    Sourdough Bread Class – Bread for Everyone

    Sourdough Bread Class – Bread for Everyone

    I talk about my homemade sourdough a lot on social media, so I’m so delighted to share the fantastic bread making class that I attended in early 2019.
  • Nancy D
    Published 2 months ago
    5 Easy and Affordable Recipes for the College Student
  • Nancy D
    Published 2 months ago
    3 Easy Recipes for the New College Student

    3 Easy Recipes for the New College Student

    My first year at college I was on campus and we had a cafeteria where homemade food was sold. It was amazing and I loved it. My second year at college I had to learn how to cook... and it became apparent to me really fast that I didn't know how to cook. Since I've been there, I want to help! So I made sure to find 3 trendy, fun, delicious and easy recipes for the new college student.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Michael J. Albee
    Published 2 months ago
    Red and Processed Meat: What You Need to Know

    Red and Processed Meat: What You Need to Know

    Just when you thought you had made a sound decision to cut back on red and processed meat, scientists have turned the table on you. New claims from a comprehensive study indicate that one can safely eat red and processed meats several times a week with no health issues.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 6 months ago
    Baked Beans Are Different from Pork and Beans

    Baked Beans Are Different from Pork and Beans

    Some people confuse baked beans with pork and beans. However, it is hard to believe anyone can get them mixed up, considering there are some major differences between the two dishes. They both contain navy beans, but there are some major differences between them, mainly because they do not include the same ingredients, and they are not prepared the same way.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 7 months ago
    Differences Between Cupcakes and Muffins

    Differences Between Cupcakes and Muffins

    Many people like muffins and cupcakes. Some people like cupcakes better than muffins. Some people like muffins better than cupcakes. Then there is another group who says they don't care, as long as they have something sweet to eat. Even though muffins and are cupcakes are delicious desserts, they are different.
Healthy
  • Mina Dianna
    Published 6 days ago
    We Are What We Eat

    We Are What We Eat

    You Are What You Eat.
  • Nova M
    Published 6 days ago
    Complex Bodies and What Goes in Them

    Complex Bodies and What Goes in Them

    One thing that doesn't get talked about enough in the promotion of a vegan diet is how complex each of our bodies are, both in what they need to thrive and how they process different foods.
  • Kari Oakley
    Published 11 days ago
    Vitamins and Foods to Save Your Hair

    Vitamins and Foods to Save Your Hair

    Often, you would love to have healthy and active hair. The average hair growth is 1.25 cm (0.5 inches) monthly, and 15 cm (6 inches) annually. Age, diet, genetics, and health will determine the rate of your hair growth. Though it is impossible to change factors such as genetics and age, you can control your diet.
History
  • Lady Tsuru
    Published 2 months ago
    Tasting History!

    Tasting History!

    While growing up, I was the kid that chose to be a shut-in. Instead of going outside to embark on new pretend adventures or dabble in childish mischief, I wanted to sit indoors and listen to my grandparents stories.
  • Rachel Anderson
    Published 6 months ago
    Tea
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 7 months ago
    Foods and Drinks that Came About by Accident

    Foods and Drinks that Came About by Accident

    It is amazing how many popular foods and drinks are available for consumption today that were created by accident. Little do most people know that many of those items were not invented by deliberate design but by an accident that caught the inventor by surprise.
How To
  • Kenyah Coombs
    Published 4 days ago
    How to Host a Festive Dinner

    How to Host a Festive Dinner

    Christmas is approaching! Along with the holiday season, there comes parties. Some dinners are out in a restaurant while others are hosted at home. As it becomes more popular to host dinners at home for friends and family, there begins a search of how to host a festive dinner! This is an 6-step guide of how to host a successful festive dinner.
  • Robert Gitau
    Published 25 days ago
    Why and How to Make Nut Milks at Home

    Why and How to Make Nut Milks at Home

    The nutritional value of nut milks by far exceeds that of dairy milk and all the energy drinks that you can possibly think of. That is why more and more households especially in the US are embracing these milks every day.
  • Laura Ansbro
    Published about a month ago
    Millennial Hunter-Gathering: How Is It Done?

    Millennial Hunter-Gathering: How Is It Done?

    Chances are that, like a lot of us at the moment, you’ve been wondering how to keep the cost of your grocery bill down, but still feed yourselves and your family really delicious food.
List
  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 4 days ago
    Survival Pantry Foods

    Survival Pantry Foods

    In all my years, I've discovered I love a fully stocked pantry.
  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 24 days ago
    Seeds for Your Needs

    Seeds for Your Needs

    I remember trips with my mother and brother to my Aunt Janet's house. Though I looked forward to raiding her salt water taffy, my brother looked forward to freshly dropped walnuts from Aunt Janet's nut tree in the backyard.
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published 2 months ago
    Healthy Recipes for Your Favorite Snacks

    Healthy Recipes for Your Favorite Snacks

    If you are looking to make changes to your diet, sometimes finding alternatives to foods and beverages that you love can be challenging. However, it does not have to be a difficult task. With these few simple switches, you are guaranteed to still enjoy your favorite meals and snacks, but in a healthier way that your body will thank you for.
Organic
  • Penny Blake
    Published 2 months ago
    Eat Wild

    Eat Wild

    Foraging for wild food can have many benefits. Besides being an enjoyable hobby and a good excuse to get out and enjoy a productive walk in the fresh air, it can save you money on your grocery bill, and give your health a boost, because wild foods often contain more nutrients than those grown in intensive farming conditions.
  • Rachel Anderson
    Published 5 months ago
    What Is Matcha?
  • Isla Wright
    Published 8 months ago
    7 Benefits of Switching to Organic Food

    7 Benefits of Switching to Organic Food

    The question of whether organic food has any merit as a healthier alternative is a controversial one. The reason for this is because it should be healthier in theory, but you should be keenly aware of the fact that produce is defined as organic within certain parameters, and a willing grower of these groceries can find holes in these parameters in order to save money, and still retain the required stamp of approval. Still, the bottom line is that the organic variety truly is healthier most of the time, so it really ends up being a question of whether the quality corresponds fairly to the increase in pricing. In order to be certain about this conundrum, you should just take a look at seven benefits of switching to organic food.
Product Review
  • Heather Clark
    Published about 22 hours ago
    How Grocery Apps Can Save You Time (And Money)
  • Rupert Missick
    Published 3 days ago
    Why Are You Eating This?

    Why Are You Eating This?

    I wanted to conduct an experiment and I needed a bag of musk sticks. I stood in the aisle at supermarket scanning the candy rack after doing an awkward dance around a lady pushing her cart along the shelves.
  • Alyson Lewis
    Published 8 days ago
    Inca Kola Review

    Inca Kola Review

    There are few beverage companies I can legitimately admire, and even fewer with a flavor as bold as Inca Kola. I’ve had champagne colas before, but I had no idea about the rich history of Inca Kola, and how the company went head to head with Coca Cola in an ongoing rivalry that lasted for decades. The drink originated in Peru, and started off as a small family-made beverage. Soon, it grew due to popular demand from its taste and its insanely unique look. In the 80s and 90s, restaurant chains in Peru were swapping out Coke products in favor of Inca Kola. Coca Cola couldn’t compete with sales of the beverage, and repeatedly sought to buy out the company. Inca Kola wouldn’t budge. Instead, Inca Kola held its ground, forcing Coca Cola to partner with them instead of buying them out. While Inca Kola was never the only Peruvian soda brand, they did become the most popular, and it’s still the #1 selling soft drink in Peru.
Recipe
  • Rachael Robinson
    Published about 21 hours ago
    Ungu Mee Goreng

    Ungu Mee Goreng

    I can see how you might be curious about the title of this recipe. Perhaps you’re trying to work out where the “Ungu” region is. Or perhaps you understood the title but are wondering why I would make “purple fried noodles”. The dish is not named for its colour (although I’ve added some purple onion), rather it is named for the friend who inspired me to create it.
  • David Wyld
    Published about 21 hours ago
    Perfect Recipes for a Winter Warm-Up

    Perfect Recipes for a Winter Warm-Up

    When cold weather hits, it’s natural to seek comfort in a variety of forms: warm blankets, layers of sweaters and delicious, hearty meals like Chickpea, Spinach and Coconut Curry, Savory Harissa-Roasted Chicken and Vegetables, and Gnocchi with Hearty Mushroom Bolognese.
  • Joseph Krepfle
    Published 5 days ago
    Bacon Poached Oysters

    Bacon Poached Oysters

    So you want to bacon poach some oysters, eh?  You've come to the right place.  
Restaurants
  • Hope Martin
    Published about 2 hours ago
    Keto-Friendly Options at Jimmy John's

    Keto-Friendly Options at Jimmy John's

    We've all been there. Late going to lunch, or perhaps you spaced out and left your food on the counter before going to work. Possibly you were running late and didn't have time to grab something as you rushed out the door. While running your errands you start to feel famished and need something fast. But you have a couple of problems; you are on a diet - a keto diet. And most keto items are pricey. Because for some reason, eating healthy costs more than an arm and a leg in today's corporate America. Not to mention, where the heck can you find a healthy, fast food joint that isn't going to cost you over five to ten dollars for a simple meal?
  • Paul Newman
    Published 3 days ago
    Restaurant Review: The Tudor Room, Great Fosters Hotel - Egham, Surrey

    Restaurant Review: The Tudor Room, Great Fosters Hotel - Egham, Surrey

    In amongst the bombardment of emails for luxury spa days at random, historic houses-come-4*hotels throughout the UK, lies few outstanding gems. It is, then, unfortunate that these few gems have become diluted, sanitised and, in some cases, found to be dwindling, as large investment companies seek to find a corporate reworking of these beautiful palaces. But it is no small feat to take an historic setting and transform it to a 5* standard, which is why, so many of these olde-worlde homes simply don't live up to their aesthetic. And so, this aesthetic, very much goes before them in their marketing campaigns, boasting lush gardens and pretty plates of food...most of which are just replated versions of very familiar fare.
  • Paul Newman
    Published 5 days ago
    Restaurant Review: Dirty Bones - Soho, London

    Restaurant Review: Dirty Bones - Soho, London

    Buried deep inside the assiduous streets of Soho, London, is an area so rife with life that it makes Times Square in NYC seem like a funeral wake. Together with raucous noise and ambience, the streets are littered with the cool kids from every corner of the globe, sauntering through the back streets of a once seedy part of cultural hell. Since those days, of course, the area has undergone significant change, bringing in the vibrancy of innocent youth, as opposed to the 70s underbelly of the punk era. Both retail and food have long since moved in, offering up a hub for social and touristic enterprise. In the heart of it all, a relatively new centre has been created: Kingly Court.
Travel
  • Holly M
    Published 10 days ago
    A European Food Tour Without the Meat

    A European Food Tour Without the Meat

    Being a Vegetarian/Vegan or having any sort of dietary restrictions while travelling can be a bit of a challenge honestly. Places like Europe tend to be pretty good with non-meat based options but it can still be hard to find things while "on-the-go" all the time. Depending on how you like to travel.
  • Rasma Raisters
    Published 2 months ago
    The Food of Philadelphia

    The Food of Philadelphia

    The cuisine of the city of Philadelphia in the US state of Pennsylvania developed through history, the arrival of immigrants and what ingredients were available. In the days gone by, city taverns were the main meeting places for politicians and businessmen in the 18th century, and two Philadelphia landmarks were created in the 19th century. They were the Reading Terminal Market and Italian market.
  • Annabell Lee
    Published 4 months ago
    A Taste of Japan

    A Taste of Japan

    Japan is vibrant country full of amazing sights and celebrations but I want to share with you a meal so amazing I came back for it twice. In Shibuya, Hachiko square is a small resteant called Cona.
Vegan
  • Peak Interest
    Published 14 days ago
    Is Eating Meat Becoming Obsolete?

    Is Eating Meat Becoming Obsolete?

    As veganism and vegetarianism continues to rise and grow in popularity, replacing the consumption of meat with near identical plant-based alternatives that are not only healthier, but much better for the environment and, in my experience, most of the time taste better, one question continues to come to my mind.
  • Caroline Bunting-Palmer
    Published 3 months ago
    We Need to Talk About Why You Haven't Gone Fully Vegan Yet

    We Need to Talk About Why You Haven't Gone Fully Vegan Yet

    Pull up a chair. Let’s jump straight in with an epic example of lifestyle contrast:
  • The Bronx Vegan
    Published 3 months ago
    Where to Find Gardein in the Bronx

    Where to Find Gardein in the Bronx

    From meatless meatballs to crispy tenders, Gardein blesses vegans with some of the tastiest meatless meats around. Their products have become a staple in my house, especially when I want to make my version of vegan Puerto Rican Pastelillos!