Joss Whedon didn’t just bring dynamic characters, dazzling action, and rapid-fire quips to the MCU – he brought one character’s singular hunger, a hunger that grew like a virus within the Avengers themselves. A hunger, for shawarma.

Fast-food employees rarely receive praise for doing exceptional work, but one customer decided to give two cooks the recognition they deserved, albeit in the most roundabout way possible.

I mean, she did ask if she wanted spit. And she did say yes. I don’t know. By all accounts it was decent customer service. I like how the dude just kept casually making the order. He’s seen this sh*t too many times he’s not even fazed by it anymore.

4X World’s Strongest Man Brian Shaw takes us through a full day of cooking and eating at his place as he trains for the Arnold in Columbus, Ohio. In doing this, he talks about the difficulty in putting down as many calories as he does!

As a naughty weekend treat what could be better than homemade, crispy on the outside juicy in the middle Fried Chicken. Marinated in buttermilk and with Jamie’s not so secret blend of herbs and spices this is an absolute winner, winner, chicken dinner!

After dropping off the martial arts-inspired visual for their latest Culture II single “Stir Fry,” Migos are (literally) cooking up yet another Tasty treat for fans. This time, the trio head straight to the kitchen to whip up their best plate of — you guessed it — stir-fry with Tasty’s food network in an alternative video for their flavourful single.

I need to start keeping aged spicy sausages in my freezer so I can grate them into my food. I struggle to think of a single meal that wouldnt be made better by grating that delicious fatty meat into it.


Warren Buffett is the one of the world’s wealthiest people. His diet consists of fast food and almost no vegetables. Bob Bryan ate like Buffett for 5 days. By the end, he was craving only vegetables.


In this episode of Raw Craft, Anthony Bourdain spent the day with Award-winning Pastry Chef, Dominique Ansel at his bakery in New York City. Dominique takes Anthony through his process of crafting some of his favorite famed deserts.


If any of our international viewers were wondering what a typical weekend in Australia looks like, this pretty much sums it up. Basically, paradise mixed with fresh food and a touch of larrikin behavior!


Mark Rosati, culinary director of Shake Shack, show us how to make Shake Shack’s cheese and fudge sauces, homemade French fries, and their signature black and white milkshake.


John Hill walked into a Miami Gardens Dunkin’ Donuts, took a tray of food worth $38, and then returned it. The video stunt, a trademark of Hill’s on social media, was later posted on Youtube and Instagram. It ended in his arrest. Known as Boonk IG on social media, the 20-year-old Hill has gained a reputation for ignoring store policies while on camera — like making speeches on top of fast-food restaurant counters and taking food without paying for it.


1939 Flathead cam gear, found in the Mexican desert. 1947 Knucklehead shaft nuts, found in Chile. 1962 Panhead rocker arm, found in South Korea. Drinkers who fear a metallic taste needn’t worry as Ehinger says all the components are specially cleansed and then sealed in a “tin alloy to make it safe for them to be utilised in a drink.” The parts are then soldered onto a steel structure and encased in a handcrafted bottle.


This movie is so romantic it will make your girl cry, and you will have a crush on the sushi after it. Daisuke Nakazawa learned everything he knows about sushi from Jiro Ono, who is considered to be the best sushi chef in the world.


Break out the Breville. Toasted sandwiches are possibly the best invention involving sliced bread. This is the Indian rendition, and I think we are all feeling the same way. I don’t care if it kills me, just get in my mouth.


Growing up, Matty Matheson would enjoy a nice warm trout almondine on a cold winter night. And now you can also enjoy your very own trout almondine! “What’s trout almondine?” you ask. It’s pan-roasted trout, green beans, brown butter sauce, and crunchy almonds. “You only learn how to make classics here. We’re not f**king around. We’re teaching you the fundamentals of cooking.”


Caught on a boat, brought to the market then served on a boat just hours later. Japan really knows how to do street food on a whole different level to what most of us are used to.


This man has a heart of pure gold. My guess is he does this out of charity and compassion. Maybe Youtube ad revenue helps pay for it all? Whatever the case maybe, he definitely has some karma points heading his way. Respect.