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  1. food tv
    15 Under-the-Radar Food Shows to Binge Right NowA Hawaiian tofu factory, a delicacy from Chaoshan, Oprah’s favorite breakfast pastries, and more …
  2. the grub street diet
    YouTube Star Maangchi Savors the Best Part of the Baguette“My whole family knows the tips are mine.”
  3. the good stuff
    This New Orleans Food Video Is the Best Thing on the InternetSome Swiss tourists nail Homer Simpson’s Crescent City binge.
  4. the grub street diet
    Binging With Babish Creator Andrew Rea Is a Big Whiskey Drinker“That sounds bad. Let’s say I prefer whiskey.”
  5. the chain gang
    Why Is Domino’s Threatening a YouTuber?He restored one of its futuristic delivery cars, and now the franchisee wants it back.
  6. video feed
    YouTube’s Fast-Food Critics Can’t Handle Flamin’ Hot Mac N’ CheetosGet ready for long clips of dudes eating and coughing.
  7. DIY Unicorn Frappuccinos Are the New DIY SlimeThere can never be enough Instagram posts of either.
  8. These Intense, Hilarious Recipe Videos Are Delivered in Scorching Heavy MetalEven if you want to cover your ears, don’t.
  9. What Happens When You Pour Sulfuric Acid on a Big MacMaybe don’t watch this one over lunch.
  10. Food Tech
    A YouTube Founder Has Launched an App for Livestreaming Cooking ShowsWatch out for Nom, Food Network.
  11. Video Feed
    ‘Food Surgeon’ Is a Culinary Dr. FrankensteinWant to see Oreo cream get transplanted into a Reese’s cup?
  12. Gimmicks
    Kit Kat Is Turning Its Candy Into Ads for YouTubeIt’s part of a very confusing promotion.
  13. Dangerous
    YouTube Food Challenges Causing Actual Harm to KidsFifteen minutes of Internet fame: not worth a trip to the E.R.
  14. Video Feed
    Watch Marcel Vigneron Teach Models How to Cut CornModels Need to Know How to Cut Corn Off the Cob
  15. Showdown Shows
    Saveur Debuts Online Cooking ShowIt’s a latke!
  16. Video Feed
    Watch Noah Galuten’s Debut in New Show; Lindy & Grundy Bare Their Meats to RickiLA food types look great on the screen, big or small.
  17. Video Feed
    Duuuuuude: Check Out Jeff Michaud and Brad Spence Cooking Cacio e Pepe ForVetri chefs demonstrate how to cook one of their signature pasta dishes.
  18. Video Feed
    Watch Ricardo Zarate Reveal His Innermost Food SecretsPicca is so serene during a cooking demo.
  19. BFF
    An Exclusive Sneak Peek at On the TableInsert octopus.
  20. Hungry
    Will YouTube’s HUNGRY Channel Satisfy?Looks kinda lame.
  21. Mediavore
    YouTube Launching Food Channel; A Look into Suzanne Tracht’s KitchenFormer Food Network boss Bruce Seidel is heading up the project.
  22. Mediavore
    Combustible Cocoa Burns Two Chocolate Plant Workers; Former Food Network HonchoPlus: Check out Eric Ripert’s airport dining recommendations; Kanye and Drake give Moscato shout-outs, all in our morning news roundup.
  23. Video Feed
    The Hearty Boys Debut on YouTubeLearn how to make watermelon gazpacho.
  24. Mediavore
    Tom Carvel’s Mysterious Death; Tom Valenti’s Awesome Uptown DigsThe old technique of force-feeding geese with a metal tube was the evil secret behind foie gras. Now there’s a new, gentler method: force-feeding them with a rubber tube. [NYT] Tom Carvel’s niece is convinced that her uncle, the late custard king, was murdered, and she wants his body exhumed. [The Journal News] Ouest chef Tom Valenti shows his museumlike 157th Street apartment to the world. [NYP]
  25. NewsFeed
    Food Network Accused of (Subliminal) AdvertisingHas McDonald’s resorted to subliminal advertising? And is the Food Network in on the conspiracy? No. But believe it or not, there’s a blogger who seems to think so. Not without reason, it turns out. This slow-motion look at a segment of Iron Chef reveals one single frame of the Golden Arches and “I’m Lovin’ It” slogan — played at regular speed, it would never be seen by the human eye. The Food Network denies the use of any mind-control techniques. “It was a technical error on our part,” spokesman Mark O’Connor said in a statement that was sent by the network when we requested comment. It was “not a subliminal message as suggested by a website running the slow-motion playback.” Apparently, a small sponsor logo that was supposed to appear on a stats page appeared full screen at the wrong time. But there’s one question O’Connor did not answer: Why do we suddenly have the urge to make a Hamburglar sock puppet? Food Network Running Subliminal McDonalds Ads [thatsfit.com]