Prodigy from Mobb Deep visits the Munchies Test Kitchen to enlighten us on how to cook BBQ salmon if you were in prison. Now you might say, “But I am not in prison, why would I make this?” The answer to that is simple, because it is delicious and affordable. This is a great recipe for any with access only a microwave and a toaster oven, like a college student living in the dorms, or someone in prison.


This is a really special pasta, unlike any other that you saw before or will ever see! Behold the first ever carbonara that is cooked in the wild forest near the beautiful lake! Everything, including pasta is made from scratch, using homemade organic ingredients. Enjoy!


Action Bronson shows us how to make his version of a simple butcher’s sandwich. While a regular butcher’s sandwich usually consist of some meat on bread with very little garnish, this version is as over-the-top as the man showing you how to make it. First, we start with some good Italian bread, a juicy rib-eye, and some olive oil. The second realm of this beast consists of ricotta salata and Calabrian chiles, and as if that weren’t enough, a smear of grape must from the 1989 vintage of Paolo Bea Winery’s top red wine. Enjoy!


Chef April Bloomfield makes her version of the British Classic, Fish & Chips. She shares a few secret tricks to make the chips and fish as crispy as possible!

Indonesians Farm Civet Cats To Produce World's Most Valuable CoffeeCat

Kopi luwak is the world’s most expensive coffee. The main factor of it’s high price is the uncommon method of producing such a coffee. It has been made from the coffee beans which have been digested by a certain Indonesian cat-like animal called the civet. The sh*t of this cat will be collected, finished and sold as kopi luwak.


From delicious dollops of chocolate ice cream to fried eggs with sizzling bacon, we’re sure there’s something for everyone in this hand-picked selection, whatever your personal taste and appetite…


The whole crew is reunited in Hawaii in a celebration of short ribs and boogie boarding. From Waikiki to the North Shore, a good time is had by all.


Marcus Meacham is a self-taught culinary guru who has worked his way to the top of the food scene in Columbus. He describes his unique style as “Imaginative Cuisine”…anything with bold and creative flavours that has a cool combination of creamy, smooth, bright, and earthy. Dishes that may seems like a lot to comprehend but when you taste it you know whats up.


If you’ve heard of The Whole Shabang potato chips, chances are you’ve been to jail. That’s because the chips — which taste like a combination of salt and vinegar, barbecue seasoning, and a little bit of every other flavour ever known — are not sold in stores. They’re “jail chips,” meaning they’re produced and sold exclusively for America’s prisoners. And ex-cons are obsessed with them.


From pizza and burgers to scorpions and jelly beans, you can deep fry almost anything, even your mother. Get in my belly you hot greasy bastard.


Morbidly obese Monica Riley tips the scales at a whopping 317kg. But rather than trying to lose weight, the 27-year-old, from Fort Worth, Texas, wants to continue to pile on the pounds – to the point where she is completely immobile. Her feeder boyfriend, spends his days cooking for Monica, rolling her over when her 91-inch stomach is full and funnel feeding her through a tube.


The rare burger has become the ultimate in gourmet fast food and the market for them has grown exponentially over the past few years. You can barely pick up a magazine recently without some kind of homage to undercooked minced beef in a bun. There seems to be growing confusion about what is and isn’t allowed when it comes to the safe preparation and cooking of burgers. The risk of E coli 157 is present in minced beef and special preventative measures need to be put in place to ensure that all of this bacteria is killed. Microbiologists claim that in order to kill all bacteria, the patties need to be cooked to a core temperature of 75C for 30 seconds. This inevitably means the burgers will be well done.


If you’re a fan of jelly babies, you might want to give this video a swerve. Belgian filmmaker Alina Kneepkens has produced a short film which depicts the process of how gummy candy is made, in reverse. Sadly, those delicious candies are just a mixture of chopped animal remains, boiled chemicals and tons of sugar. The end result is sweet, but the reality of it’s production leaves a sour taste in our mouths.


Two friends from New Jersey attempted to consume the world’s hottest chilli peppers, but their stunt ended with disastrous results as one ended up throwing up blood while the other had an asthma attack and almost passes out. The pepper measures an eye-watering 2.2 million units on the Scoville heat scale, compared to a mere 30,000 in the average red chili, or 300 times hotter than Tabasco sauce. Holy sh*t this was entertaining stuff.


Action Bronson got a chance to hang out with Ben Shewry at his restaurant Attica in Melbourne earlier this year. Chef Shewry, who is regularly referred to as one of the best and most innovative chefs in the world, was kind enough to bring Action into the kitchen before dinner service.


Join 2 Chainz and professional skater Nyjah Huston as they eat some of Berco’s famous Billion Dollar Popcorn which is coated with 23-karat edible gold flake and the most expensive Danish salt available in the world. Would you buy one kernel for five bucks?


This can’t possibly be good for your stomach. This guy eats the world’s spiciest noodles (that you can buy from a restaurant) and suffers the after effects of it. The restaurant is Indomie Abang Adek in Indonesia and the noodles have 100 bird’s eye chilies added into the mix.


The secret to this badass burger is some free-range buffalo mince. I think I may finally understand what love is!