By Stefanie Tuder

Apr 30, 2014 10:53am

Tiny Hamster Eats Teeny Burritos for Massive Heart-Smile

You might never have known that watching a hamster eat miniature burritos was missing from your life, but it definitely was. One hamster owner meticulously prepared small-sized portions of burritos for his hamster to enjoy, all for your viewing pleasure. Made with fresh tomatoes, meat,… Read More »

By Stefanie Tuder

Apr 29, 2014 4:22pm

SPAM Gourmets Share Mystery Meat’s Secrets

To some it’s the scariest thing on the supermarket shelves and to others it’s a gourmet delicacy. But for Hawaii residents, SPAM is undoubtedly a local treat. “This is one of the biggest items that Hawaii has,” Aloha Plate food truck cofounder and Hawaiian Adam… Read More »

By Stefanie Tuder

Apr 28, 2014 2:22pm

Cronut Creator Strikes Again With ‘Waffogato’

The cronut creator is back combining two separate but equal foods into one jacked-up, hybrid food creation. This time Dominique Ansel mashed up waffles and affogato, unveiling the “waffogato” to the world on Instagram this morning. “Created the #Waffogato for Taste of a Nation tonight… Read More »

By Stefanie Tuder

Apr 28, 2014 2:02pm

Taste Test: What Are Those Mystery Doritos Flavors?

Do you consider yourself bold? Doritos sure hopes so, because they’re mounting their latest marketing campaign on a consumer’s sense of adventure. The chip company has released three mystery flavors that started appearing on shelves this week. They’re hoping shoppers will try (and therefore buy)… Read More »

By Stefanie Tuder

Apr 25, 2014 5:09pm

Recovered 1950s Dating Guide Advises Women Appropriate Restaurant Behavior

Ladies, take note: “The first thing to remember when eating out with a man, whether he is your father, brother or boyfriend, is that a man always does the ordering. Never ask the waiter anything for yourself,” said a copy of British magazine Woman’s Own…. Read More »

By Stefanie Tuder

Apr 25, 2014 2:03pm

Outsmart the ‘Limepocalypse’ with This Meyer Lemon Margarita

You may have heard talk of a lime shortage across the nation, and it turns out those rumors are true. Limes are costing as much as four times more than normal, causing some restaurants to charge more for margaritas, substitute lemons for limes or simply… Read More »

By Stefanie Tuder

Apr 23, 2014 4:48pm

Chicken Pot Pie Cone Eliminates Need for Fork and Knife

File this under things you definitely don’t need but want once you see. It’s a handheld chicken pot pie cone, ready for, you know, all those times when you’re on-the-go and simply must have a chicken pot pie or else. After my Apple Pie Cone… Read More »

By Stefanie Tuder

Apr 23, 2014 4:31pm

Never-Before-Seen Titanic Menu Up For Auction

Not everything that went down with the Titanic has been lost forever. A rare menu is up for auction in England this Saturday, and while it’s not the first known menu recovered from the luxury liner, it is only the second known record of second-class… Read More »

By Joshua Cohan

Apr 22, 2014 3:52pm

Chef Symon’s 7 Tips to Help You Start Gardening This Earth Day

You know Chef Michael Symon as the co-host of ABC’s “The Chew.” But what you may not know on this Earth Day is that Symon comes from a long line of gardeners. “My grandfather had his own garden, my father had his own garden, and… Read More »

By ABC News

Apr 22, 2014 2:28pm

Michigan Woman Serves Up 52 Years at KFC

KFC employee Mary Lou Ausborne describes the fast-food chain’s founder, Harland Sanders, as “a wonderful man” who “never drank, never smoked” and was “just great.” Ausborne, 80, remembers Sanders, famously known as “The Colonel,” who would have turned 124 this year, because she herself has… Read More »