The Italian noblewoman dined on a stew of testicles and coxcombs.
William Shatner plays it safe as a chef for a new All State spot.
The Pnut Butter Bar truck wants to put the stuff on everything!
Apparently, our mayor has an appetite for "extreme" eating.
Donna Simpson vows to lose weight, as long as the cameras stay on.
Or, if you prefer, you could always opt for a simple bowl of ice cream ramen.
The whole reason we even go to county fairs is for the food O.C. Weekly calls "disgusting."
The pests are causing panic in the region's farmland.
Be warned: the advanced footage gets kind of gory.
If we don't want to eat this, are we being unpatriotic?
Concerned that its latest commercial encourages eating disorders, activists force the yogurt giant's hand.
The macrobiotic chili cheese fries might not give oxtail poutine a run for its money, but neither will it take years off your life.
The chef serves an amuse bouche of Oaxacan "escamole" in corn tortillas.
Is a restaurant named Soy Sauce Roll really going to appeal to anyone?
Not only that, but the burger flavored treat appears to be selling out.
After a Giants fan is beaten into a coma, The Dodgers consider whether we really deserve half-off beers.
It might eventually prove more popular with drunk frat kids than the community it's meant to honor, but we'll be having one!
Japan's government reports its food is safe from radiation as ramen is shipped in to feed survivors of the recent earthquake and tsunami.
In other news, Pepsi and Jamba Juice have both gone very green.