“Anyway, like I was saying, shrimp is the fruit of the sea.”
What’s your favorite pinoy snacks?
“It’s like if you misted french fries in shrimp.”
Delicious with basically zero cleanup. WIN.
Fresh and flavorful: Lemon-garlic shrimp with white beans and kale.
Survive the bountiful hot weather months as any caveman would: with a strawberry rhubarb crisp.
Sushi is a lot more mysterious than you realize.
There’s no time like a furlough to think about where your food comes from.
Because not everyone can handle dog ownership.
Congrats on not eating Doritos and McRibs every day. Be careful, though. Your local veggie and meat aisles can hide health-threatening horrors too.
Jealously level: Maxed out.
That’s one clever crustacean.
And as a result of being awesome, he’s no longer producing the Oscars. Here’s Brett Ratner, visionary director behind the wildly successful and totally living up to expectations Tower Heist, on his painstaking film-making process. To be fair, he’s since apologized for this comment. But I don’t really feel like being fair. This guy is the worst. At everything.
This was a bad idea. Inspired by Slate’s Baby Food For Grown-Ups, here now is the culinary miscarriage known as ManBaby Food. We throw a bunch of food and booze into a blender and see what happens. What happens is gross stuff. In this installment of ManBaby Food, we try the nauseating recipe known as Tequila Sweatpants.
After scientists placed a shrimp on an underwater treadmill to see how far it would run for food, they realized the fit crustacean could jog at speeds of 66 feet per minute and run for three hours before needing a rest.
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