This is the day of reckoning for Burger King Japan’s Kuro Burger, otherwise known as that thing with the black cheese, dyed-black bun, and squid-ink-powered onion-garlic sauce that became the fast-food media sensation of the year. Alas, the burgers people have been served so far seem considerably less delicious-looking than the ones in ad. Would you still eat it?
When President Harry Truman signed the National School Lunch Act into law in America in 1946, he probably didn’t imagine that American schools would one day be serving chicken fingers, frozen French fries and soggy pizza. While nutrition activists are trying to get healthier foods into our schools, we wondered what school lunch looks like in other countries where ketchup has never been considered a vegetable. Check it out!
Today we will show you how to make a delicious homemade cream pie. Cream pie’s are one of the world’s most popular dessert dishes due to their great taste, and the fact that they aren’t difficult to make. If you want to impress someone, whip out the ingredients, fill their bowl, then follow the simple step by step instructions in this video to make the most delicious cream pie you will ever taste. Enjoy!
After they were tipped off that a Walmart ice cream sandwich left out overnight didn’t melt, a Cincinnati news station set out to investigate. They put the question to food scientists, and the answer (not surprisingly) was the amount of stabilisers used in ice cream was so high it kept it’s shape even in high temperatures. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Center for Science in the Public Interest, the stabilisers cellulose gum and guar gum are both categorised as safe for consumption. Would you still eat it?
You would think that chocolate is universal. Something that is everywhere, that everyone can enjoy. It’s not. There’s people who have never tried it, even the farmers who break their backs to harvest cocoa beans for a few cents in the Ivory Coast. Watch their faces light up when they eat it for the first time.
It’s hard work being a sumo wrestler. The amount of food alone is a daunting task. Meet world sumo champion Byamba Ulambayar – who consumes 10,000 calories a day to keep his 6-foot-1 360 pound frame. The video follows Byamba as he makes chankonabe – a stew with fish broth, meat, tofu, eggs and vegetables. The Mongolian born athlete, who moved to Japan as a child, explains that his enormous diet is still about nutrition. “If you want to be a sumo wrestler you have to be able to practice, you know? And then after that the body is going to be tired, right? And then it has to eat healthy and take a lot of portions,” he said.