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!


Andres Fatso from Sydney designed this amazingly realistic looking soft drink bottle cakes. The Coca Cola, Sprite and Fanta cakes look like the real thing until you take a knife to them. When the icing layer of the ‘bottle’ is cut into what’s revealed is a crumbly, multi-colored cake!


Meet owner Joe Cooke, great-grandson of Robert Cooke, who opened London’s first pie shop in 1862. Joe shows us how to prepare a proper plate of pie and mash, complete with an eel and parsley sauce known as liquor.


Gordon has an eventful time in Iceland hunting puffins. He is bitten by a puffin on the nose, eats a raw puffin heart and even has his volcanic bread stolen.


This week on The Meat Show, host and professional carnivore Nick Solares heads to Knife, chef John Tesar’s upscale Dallas steakhouse, to sample dry aged steak. The twist? Each of the five cuts he tastes were aged an increasing number of days, from 45 (already nearly double the standard for dry-aging) to a supremely funky 420.


Gordon Ramsay was accused of encouraging people to break the law after he went bird-shooting for dinner. Ramsay shot six rooks, then got his son Jack to collect them before cutting out their breasts and pan-frying them for a “rook salad”. But the episode landed him in hot water with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, which claimed it is illegal to shoot rooks except in special circumstances.


Max Halley, owner of Max’s Sandwich Shop in North London (the late-night sandwich shop you can get pissed in), shows us that there’s more to a sandwich than simply putting shit between two slices of bread.

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Back by popular demand! Another serving of the best dessert p*rn we could find for all those sweet toothed sugar addicts out there. Bon Appétit!

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Gordon Ramsay shows us how to make the ultimate steak sandwich with an excellent tomato relish and mustard mayonnaise. A mouth watering, delicious classic with a modern twist.


Edibles are a great way to consume weed, but making hash oil or butter can be a very time consuming task. Thankfully, Abdullah is here to show us all how to make the firecracker, an edible that’ll take only about 25 minutes of your time. For more visit VICE, bong appetit!


Gordon Ramsay may be best known for shouting at disheartened restaurant owners and participants in culinary competitions, but in this video, he’s on the other end of some verbal abuse. Ramsay embarks on a training mission with the United Kingdom’s Royal Marines, and he doesn’t get any special treatment for being a celebrity chef.

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Over a crackling fire in the Serbian countryside, this guy cooks chicken mushrooms freshly harvested with beer batter, then enjoys his meal with a hungry stray dog by a pristine river.


Jamie Oliver makes a chunky homemade spicy pizza with sausage, jalapeno, red onion and cheddar. Almost six times cheaper than getting one from a takeaway. I’ve never wanted to throw my tuna sandwich across the room more.

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Matty Matheson joined a bunch of kids at the VICE office to make the best grilled cheese with bacon and pickles! Is it lunch time yet?


In Gordon Ramsay‘s latest video, he treats a wild boar as though the animal is a contestant on Hell’s Kitchen. That is to say, he hunts and butchers it and then eats it. The chef heads to Fort Benning in Georgia, the third largest military base in the country. The wild hogs there run a bit too wild, and destroy forests to the point that the commander general has put a bounty on their heads- $40 per hog.

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Have you ever wondered what Japanese people thought of foreign chocolate brands? Yeah, us neither. But these guys are pretty hilarious so enjoy this video anyway!