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Kranch Arrives in Stores, and America Teeters on the Brink
Government to E-Cig Companies: Stop Making Vapes That Look Like Junk Food
It’s the end of the line for Candy King Sour Worms and Vape Heads Sour Smurf Sauce.
People Are Understandably Horrified by This Shop’s Charles Manson Doughnut
“Their creative team needs help.”
Start-Up Unveils Plan to Eliminate Tipping That Will
It involves a Yelp-style rating system tied to a blockchain and cryptocurrency.
Someone Invented Snortable Chocolate
Coco Loko is basically marketed as Four Loko for your nose.
Cops Falsely Accuse Restaurant’s Staff of Singing ‘F**k Tha Police’
The owner says everyone involved will be fired.
New York’s First BrunchCon Was a Drunken Hellscape
Trash everywhere, pregnant women pushed, and others left asking where to actually find brunch.
A Guy Fieri Pub Crawl Will Soon Threaten New York’s Streets
Trump Campaign Takes Brief, Bold Stance Against Food Safety
What good has it done anyone?
McDonald’s Online Create-a-Burger Contest Got Out of Hand Very Quickly
Give the public a chance to name things, and you know it’s going to get gross fast.
Chain Fires Manager for Giving ‘Best Butt’ Award
The owner tells employees to expect more sexual-harassment training.
Food Truck Specializing in Popcorn and Sex Toys Forced to Close
The owner said he offered food because “you gotta have something afterwards.”
Geraldo Rivera Offers to Take His ‘Demonized’ Pal Donald Trump Out
People just don’t know the real Trump, apparently.
Starbucks’ CEO Asked Baristas to Be ‘Sensitive’ to
Howard Schultz didn’t want people to #FreakOutTogether over Wall Street’s chaos.
Florida Man Sees Zero Danger in His Gun-Range Restaurant
Customers drinking onsite is “no different than them leaving here and going to Outback,” he says.
New York’s Most Reckless Locavores Are Apparently Fishing in the East
“I don’t eat farmed fish.”
Colorado Restaurant Owner Will Hold a ‘White Appreciation Day’
“Because all Americas should be celebrated!!”
A Chef Scrapped Plans to Serve ‘Thug Rice’ and Chocolate
Other items included “blood money sausage.”
This Restaurant Wisely Reconsidered Firing a Worker Who Asked Off for Cancer
It’s unclear whether management has apologized, however.
A Restaurant Somehow Thought an Adrian Peterson ‘Spank Your Server’
The owner calls it “a bad joke gone awry.”
Group Reconsiders Plans for a Pop-up That Only Serves Death Row Last Meals
It offered all of the culinary perks “without the nasty execution bit.”
Restaurant Owner Isn’t Sure Why Everyone Hated Her Nazi-Themed Spaghetti
“Long Live Nazi Spaghetti” had its share of critics.
A Guy Got a Gordon Ramsay Butt Tattoo With ‘Ramsay’ Misspelled
Every food writer learns early in their career that it’s not spelled “Ramsey.”
Restaurant ‘Apartheid’ Is the Best Way to Control Noisy Kids,
“Confining these patrons to separate tables is no longer enough.”
Person Who Organized Nazi-Themed Dinner Says It’s Not That Big a Deal,
Wearing SS uniforms is just like people who dress up at
conventions, he says.
Congressman Says Low-Income Kids Should ‘Sweep Cafeteria Floors’ in
Great, let’s put in an order for a million tiny brooms.
Pharma Company Not Too Excited About Chicago Distillery’s
Drink two and call me in the morning (if you don’t get arrested first).
Unsafe at Any Speed
Approval of Irish Village’s ‘Tipsy Driving’ Plan Drives Some
Pubs are endangered. So let’s let ‘em bend the rules a little?
The Chain Gang
Burger Chains Getting a Little Too Arty With Their Buns
They’re painting on logos with edible ink. Ick.
The Chinese Have Rectangular, Gum-Filled Oreos
Stop messing with us, Kraft China.
Racially Heated Bake Sale Planned at UC Berkeley Today [Updated]
Discounts for minorities and women!
Prune PR Could Use Some Flushing Out
The next new PR frontier: prunes.
Pennsyltucky Perplexed by Wine Kiosks
PLCB claims success, but Pennsyltucky residents are unsure.
Critics Agree: PLCB Wine Kiosks Are the Worst Idea Ever
The consensus is, the kiosks are likely the stupidest things ever imagined.