The fried chicken sandwich frenzy continues as yet another big-name chef, this time Richard Blais of Top Chef All-Stars, is going after the Southern classic — in San Diego, California.
Opening in November, The Crack Shack will be adjacent to chef Richard Blais’ and owner Mike Rosen’s Juniper &... Read more
Scientists working in Antarctica are apparently drinking so much that the National Science Foundation is considering whether or not to install breathalyzers to keep researchers in line, according to a report from Wired.
Slideshow: Cold? Warm Up with These... Read more
Pepsi will release Pepsi Perfect, the elusive drink Marty McFly orders in Back to the Future II, on October 21, 2015, the exact date that McFly travels into the future, the company has announced.
The “perfect” pop will be available in a limited release of 6,500 Pepsi Perfect bottles — available... Read more
Since last October, a group of friends in Coimbatore, India have spent their free time collecting excess food from weddings and hotels, and distributing it amongst locals in need.
The project, founded by a young man named Padmanaban Gopalan, is called No Food Waste, and its goal, as the name... Read more
In New York City, the pressure for a restaurant to do well on its health inspection couldn’t be greater — a bad grade, or even a less-than-ideal “B,” can drive business to the ground.
Enter Letter Grade Consulting, an independent consulting agency that charges restaurants between $250 and $400 a... Read more
Tavern on the Green, the New York City restaurant perhaps best known in recent years for its inability to keep a chef for more than a few months — and for giving the city’s biggest restaurant critics the chance to write some of their harshest and most legendary pieces — is back in the news for... Read more
A school district in Anoka County, Minnesota has hired debt collectors to go after unpaid lunch money, a portion of the district’s debt that now totals $160,000 in unpaid balances.
Those responsible for that sum, the Anoka-Hennepin School District says, represent just one percent of the district —... Read more