The Darkest Coffee Is Made by a Black Metal Musician

Tombs’ frontman Mike Hill is keenly interested in the occult practice of alchemy. In music, that translates to a combination of hardcore, black metal, and doom metal. With his new coffee brand, that means high-altitude beans and bulletproof brews.

The Fine Art of Edible Taxidermy
This weekend, a handful of Londoners will meet with taxidermist Elle Kaye and learn how to turn a whole rabbit into both dinner and decor. The Fine Art of Edible Taxidermy
This weekend, a handful of Londoners will meet with taxidermist Elle Kaye and learn how to turn a whole rabbit into both dinner and decor.

The Fine Art of Edible Taxidermy

This weekend, a handful of Londoners will meet with taxidermist Elle Kaye and learn how to turn a whole rabbit into both dinner and decor.

At Ice Cream Shops, British Teens Go Wild for Ramadan’s End

Eid-al-Fitr isn’t just about delicate sugary pastries. For London teenagers, it means going wild in a late-night ice cream parlour.

My Mother Does Not Believe Arugula Exists

No matter how many salads she’s had with it, my mother always seems to forget exactly what this pedestrian salad green is.

How-To: Make a Mocha Macchiato with Rob Dunne

Using an indulgent mix of Jersey milk, a double espresso shot and Mikado King Choco’s new chocolate sticks, Rob makes the classic recipe look easy.

Joining a Cult Might Be Bad for Your Diet

From the Flavor Aid (not Kool-Aid) at Jonestown to Rev. Sun Myung Moon’s fat-shaming sermons, cults have a history of using food as one of their many tools of control.

Chefs Night Out: Enrique Olvera
After this episode, you’ll want to hop on the next flight to Mexico City.

Vermont Has More Dairy Than a Brothel Full of Heifers

Vermont is a super liberal state (that is not a quote from FOX News) that has mountains, trees, an honor system of farm stands, and killer cheeses.

Deep Inside Taiwan’s First Sex-Themed Restaurant

I decided to pop my head into Funny Sex, the first rumpy pumpy-themed restaurant in Taiwan. Spit-roasting, however, was strictly limited to the kitchen.