In the final video of this historic series, I eat cheesecake. It was... kinda salty?
This one is embarrassing, I admit.
I don’t ever remember eating applesauce, which looks and tastes disgusting, so, at the age of 27, I tried it.
Well, okay, I have done Jell-O shots before. Obviously! But this is my first time ever eating plain Jell-O, and, quite frankly, it will probably be my last.
In this video, at the age of 27, I eat a pineapple for the very first time. I actually kinda liked it!
Last week, I ate a raisin, which I hated. Guess what I thought of a Fig Newton!
This is the third in a series of videos in which I, at the age of 27, try a bunch of foods I have never eaten before. It might have been the worst one.
This is the second in a series of videos in which I, at the age of 27, try a bunch of foods I have never eaten before.
And that adult is me. This is the first in a series of videos in which I, at the age of 27, try a bunch of foods I have never eaten before, including pineapple, cheesecake, apple pie and raisins.
Are you, fellow New York commuter, following the correct New York Subway social media account? The answer may surprise you.
I took a trip to the grocery store last night after work, much like the scenario presented in David Foster Wallace’s famous Kenyon College commencement speech “This Is Water,” and a treat caught my eye. Have you ever seen it before? I had not.
Coffee played an integral role in the early-2000s mother-daughter psychodrama Gilmore Girls, and Luke Danes, the town’s dinerman, was its primary purveyor. Much was made throughout the series about how Luke brewed “the best coffee in town,” but was his coffee really any good? Hmm. A great question.
There are lots of ways to make sophisticated and delicious chicken salad. This is not one of those ways. This is problem-solving: It is morning, and you need to pack a lunch off to school or camp, and the school or camp is peanut-free. Luckily, for these purposes, this is the kind of week where you’re already falling…
Here’s a riddle: How can a pocket be empty and still have something in it? The answer is that it can have a hole in it. Got you there. Unlike this riddle, what I’m about to suggest is not a brain bender. It’s jalapeño and pineapple pizza, simply an incredible pizza for you.
Here’s a thought: Put basil on your egg sandwich.
Late at night, you may sometimes find yourself being tugged in two directions by the small and insistent hole growing in your stomach. Maybe you want a sweet treat before you lay your head down to sleep. But maybe you want something more substantial—not just the goodnight kiss of a morsel of chocolate, but what Taco…
The New York Times reports on a new trend in teen drinking across the pond: Young Brits have recently been consuming a kind of caffeinated wine called “Buckie” with wild abandon. The drink has become so popular that the Scottish Parliament is considering banning it to keep it out of their country.
Last night I was at the gym, going through that old sham, leg-walloping the elliptical, sweating big ol’ bullets and watching an episode of Seinfeld on the crummy LCD (I usually watch Food Network but I realized how bleak that looks to others). It was then that I realized I was there to look like him.
While Mother Jones certainly has the right to get out from under their image as the resting place of old potatoes on your weirdest uncle’s kitchen table, it is interesting to see that one of the ways they’re moving toward A New Tomorrow is by aggregating a video called EXPENSIVE WINE IS FOR SUCKERS put together by the…