Wealthy Chinese consumers have begun turning to Japan for their rice supply, supplanting rice available from domestic producers, spurred by their “dwindling confidence in the safety of the country's own agricultural produce,” reports Reuters.
For those who can afford to do so, the idea of turning... Read more
A proposal for Guy Fieri’s self-described “small, boutique” winery in Sonoma County, Calif., named Hunt-Ryd Winery after his sons Hunter and Ryder, has been unanimously rejected by the Sonoma County Board of Zoning Adjustments as of Thursday, January 22, reports The Press Democrat.
The 5-0 vote... Read more
British chocolates, including those produced by UK-based confectioner Cadbury, along with KitKat bars, Toffee Crisps, Maltesers, and Yorkie chocolate bars will no longer be imported into the United States as part of a settlement reached between the Hershey’s Company and Let’s Buy British Imports (L... Read more
On Twitter, one person suggested that this collaboration meant the making of “the mixtape we all deserve,” but that’s not the case- yet.
Eat24, the food delivery service that brought you the Hangry app — a delivery order-randomizer for when you’re too hungry to think — will feature hip hop legend... Read more
From Attic Films, here's the latest ad for the Madrid Fusion summit, an annual conference of the world’s most talented chefs and culinary figures, described by Joan Roca of El Celler de Can Roca as an event where "chefs can come and tell you what they're doing, and how, and why.”
The 2015... Read more
This week, after meeting with Franco Maria Ricci, the president of the Italian Sommelier Association, Pope Francis put to bed any rumors that his only vice was maté, a traditional South American tea that contains caffeine.
“I'm not a teetotaler," said Pope Francis. "I drink a little wine from Italy... Read more
In a new commercial promoting FlavorStone’s “as-seen-on-TV” non-stick pans, a brigade of 100 Japanese women in French maid costumes are tasked with the preparation of one single pancake, for a single man upstairs who must be very, very wealthy.
There’s not a lot of rhyme or reason to this... Read more
Former MythBusters Build Team member Grant Imahara continues to be one of the few bright spots in the McDonald’s marketing machine with his latest partnership video, in which Imahara reverse-engineers the McDonald’s fry.
Starting from the end of the fry process, Imahara explores how the frozen fry... Read more