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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.”

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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.

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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.

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Matty Matheson discovered this recipe when he was craving fried chicken but didn’t have any flour in the house. Not taking no for an answer, he just threw the chicken in the oil and let the food gods do the rest.

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The Food Gods and the MMA Gods have come together, linking Anthony Bourdain and the Diaz Brothers for a segment in Bourdain’s show ‘Parts Unknown’. Everyone knows Nick and Nate are legends, but you may not know that Bourdain has regularly narrated UFC specials and trains Jiu-Jitsu when he isn’t eating the finest foods and getting hammered around the world.

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Apparently 93 percent of all humans eat at least one piece of pizza per month. That means people are grabbing a slice of hot cheese more often than they change their bed sheets. You probably get why sleeping in your sweat isn’t all too appealing, but why is pizza so bad? Well, the traditional fan favourite is more often than not a slab of nutrient-void carbs loaded with calorie-laden oil and inflammatory saturated fat. Tack on a little word “frozen” and you’ve got preservatives and artery-clogging trans fat to deal with, too. But f**k me dead they are tasty. What me worry?

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These days, it seems like every day brings a crazier pizza to our Instagram feed—from taco-topped pies, to $2,000 pizzas topped with gold leaf and caviar. To find out how far is too far when it comes to viral food, Sean Evans heads to Best Pizza in Williamsburg for a taste-test of some of New York’s wildest pies with The Pizza Show’s Frank Pinello.

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Dollar slice pizza and New York City are like two peas in a pod. That being said, when Terry Barentsen wanted to film a one day jammer with Matt Reyes there was only one concept that came to mind. Shout out to Terry B for the classic submission.

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Grab a fork and loosen your belt buckle to prepare for a wild ride as the world’s strongest man Brian Shaw, for the first time ever, shows exactly how much he eats before a big training day!

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Steak can be a bit daunting to tackle when it comes to cooking but whether it’s a cheap cut or an expensive cut, it’s all about how you treat it. I usually soak my steak in peanut butter for 87 hours, then I blend it. After blending, I place the meat in little trays. I then place paddle pop sticks in them, freeze for 6 – 12 months, then eat them like an icy pole.

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“I actually ate that whole burger. It was my dinner. 10/10 would eat again” – Micah. Seeing what the wood chipper did to the meat is like a visual warning of what would happen if you stuck your hand in there. Next up, make a birthday cake with a cement mixer.

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“Turn down the heat and go low and slow the next time you grill up some Burgers at your Pit. Check out this BBQ Pit Boys whiskey-plugged mega meat monster recipe that’ll satisfy any hunger… guaranteed!” – BBQ Pit Boys.

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By now, you don’t have to be a smoker to know that April 20 is considered by many to be a sort of national holiday for cannabis culture. Some have suggested that the date comes from “420” being a code among police officers for “marijuana-smoking in progress. But the most credible story about the origins of the illicit observance involves five high school students who, back in 1971, would get together at 4:20 p.m. to smoke marijuana by a statue of chemist Louis Pasteur at San Rafael High School in Marin County, Calif.

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“Join me as I venture into the Devil’s Kitchen, pry open his cookbook, and try out a few of his favourite recipes. This blog is dedicated to creating some of the most disgustingly delicious food you can imagine. These gory, Halloween and horror-inspired recipes and terrifyingly tempting treats are absolutely 100% edible and not that hard to make…I promise!” – Eat The Dead.

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Hangovers: the older we get, the more unbearable they become. But how to beat them? Well if you find yourself in Korea with a splitting headache after too many rounds of soju, we recommend haejangguk (aka hangover soup). At Seoul’s Cheong Jin Ok restaurant, home of the original haejangguk, third-generation owner Joon-Yong Choi makes the stew the same way his family has since 1937. Congealed cow’s blood, beef intestines, rice and cabbage: this soup does a body good.

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“With so many different types of cruelty-free, delicious milks on the market, opposing supremacists has never been easier,” claims PETA’s website — and who are we to bother with offering them a coherent counter-argument? But suggesting that opting to drink milk, whether or not you agree that cow’s milk is not for human consumption, makes a person a fascist, is off-putting, at best. Good luck with this one PETA.

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“Chef is holy ground for film foodies, and as demonstrated in a previous episode, has some real culinary chops behind it (courtesy of Roy Choi). I love a good Cubano as much as the next guy, but can some garlic and citrus really elevate my favorite hangover snack into something worthy of a What-About-Bob-Style “mmm”-fest?” – Andrew Rea.

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You’d think that Salt Bae mania would’ve crawled into a hole and died by now, such is the fate of many a viral one-hit wonder. Instead, the Turkish chef turned online meme favourite has proven he’s the internet gift that keeps on giving, making headlines every other week since his viral debut: if it isn’t news of his expanding empire, it’s a photo of him schooling Leonardo DiCaprio in the art of seasoning, and now, a too-awesome-for-words clip of him making burgers and carpaccio like a boss. No,