Christmas culinary traditions differ from nation to nation, but you'd probably be hard-pressed to find one more surprising than the one in Japan. On December 25th, residents of the island nation line up to buy buckets of KFC for their yuletide celebrations.
Imagine everything you normally eat for Christmas dinner — turkey, sausages, potatoes, stuffing, vegetables, pudding (!)…everything. Now imagine all of it coated in batter and deep-fried until crispy on the outside
Contrary to popular belief, even though eating spicy food may give you a wicked case of gut rot and the runs, there is absolutely no possible way for a little kung-pao anything to “burn a hole in your stomach.” That is, unless you eat a bowl of Chinese Death Soup.
Starbucks coffee chain has become an American institution among caffeine junkies, mid-day speed freaks, and daily-grinders alike. It only makes sense that they'd start catering to booze hounds at cocktail hour, eventually. Us. We mean us.
A small brewery in the Czech Republic and the “King of Beers” are in a heated battle over the right to use the name “Budweiser” on their bottles. The quarrelsome deal between Budejovicky Budvar and Anheuser-Busch (AB) is not likely to be worked out anytime soon, but we love a good booze-fueled brawl.
When it comes to the McDonald's soft-serve ice cream dessert the McFlurry, how many sprinkles is too many sprinkles? Here is the harrowing story of one brave woman who dared to ask the question, and was promptly fired.
Land lovers enjoy the weekend barbeque and love their grill but what say you to a pirate-inspired treasure chest grill that doesn't run on charrrrrcoal?
This popular holiday drink is traditionally made by combining raw eggs, rum and dairy and leaving it all in the fridge for up to six weeks. We basically drink our weight in the stuff every December -- how on earth have we managed to avoid being sick all this time?