Cooking Time

Cooking becomes a series of economizations; first, you discover that you don’t need a knife to slice your banana over your cereal—the spoon you’re going to eat the cereal with works just as well—and then you realize that it’s even faster if you just rip off chunks of banana with your hands.

The Best Food Movies You Can Watch For Free

Nobody captures small domestic absurdities, such as a good-natured bachelor using a tennis racket to strain spaghetti for the woman he loves, like Billy Wilder.

A Whole Foods Grows In Detroit

Not everyone has the luxury about worrying about the comfort of chickens.

“Save for the Zombie Apocalypse” Is the New “Save for Retirement”

Retirement is so far away, and who knows what the world will look like then, and maybe we’ll all have flying DeLoreans that run on garbage. How can we really prepare for that? A zombie apocalypse, on the other hand, is easy to anticipate.

Eating Bugs (Bunny)

The Best Things in Life Are Free (Food)

It isn’t until I am actually standing in front of the dumpster that I begin to understand what we’re doing.

More Women Are Vegetarian But More Men Are Vegan

Tyler Cowen on the “But We Just Had Indian Food” Argument

Tyler Cowen, an economics blogger I enjoy reading and the author of An Economist Gets Lunch, has a post this morning about how he doesn’t understand the following argument when people are trying to decide where to eat: “But we just had Indian food yesterday!”

Frugal Traveler’s Tasting Menu

So hungry right now.

How Stress Impacts Your Waistline AND Your Bottom Line

Where money goes when you’re stressed out