Why haven’t we thought of this, where have we been living? clearly under a gigantic rock with our heads up our ass.

Matty Matheson shows us how to make the ultimate French onion soup. You won’t know if you’re crying from how good this soup is or the fact that it uses six different types of onion. This French onion soup will make your life better and, according to Matty, it’s the only thing to eat after breaking your leg skiing.

Matty Matheson already showed us how to make the perfect cheeseburger, way back in 2014. In 2018, he’s back again, doing the impossible and improving upon perfection.

This video for us was seductively hypnotic., now somebody go get me some chocolate and some milk!

Are you ready to experience the greatest Matty Matheson recipe of all time? It’s a microwaved bologna bowl. Yep. All you need is a few slices of bologna, a slice of American cheese, an egg, and a microwave, and you’ve got yourself the world’s best breakfast.

Jamie has a perfect recipe for an indulgent one, made with top quality ingredients; no flavouring, no nuts, no fruit – just chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate!

If I asked how much the best burger in Bangkok costs, you’d expect something absurd, but as of right now it’s actually very reasonable; whatever you want to pay for it! Unfortunately, the waiting list is now months, and Taiki will surely soon open his dream restaurant where the burger may only become more exclusive.

Smoked watermelon is available at Duck’s Eatery in New York City. The melon is cooked in the same way they’ve been smoking meat for years. It’s no wonder the watermelon looks like a smoked ham!

What if my internal organs had faces? What if my lungs had tongues? These are questions we’ve all asked ourselves, so let’s find out. Organ Story is a classic animation created by Splapp-Me-Do. It is mainly about Lloyd Balls’s lifestyle and his internal organs.

“The 10 Min Entire KFC Menu Challenge, originally started by EPIC MEAL TIME. I adopted the challenge to fit the American KFC menu, so as follows: 8 pc Bucket of Chicken (no requesting all drumsticks!) 3 Potato Wedges. 3 Sides. 3 Crispy Colonels. 1 Georgia Gold Sandwich. 1 Nashville Hot. 1 Chicken Poppers and 3 Cookies.” – @matt_stonie.

Francis Garcia and Sal Basille’s obsession with Detroit-style pie came from a trip to the Motor City in 2013, where they got a crash-course in the town’s unique approach to cheese, sauce, and dough.

Dirty floors and weeks-old food are just a small portion of the deplorable conditions found in a Detroit Popeyes that led to the store’s closing on Tuesday. A viral Facebook Live video recorded on Monday revealed employees upset with the work environment and unsanitary conditions of the store. The Detroit Health Department found those conditions deplorable enough to temporarily close the store down completely.

According to Stonie’s calculations, this menu was nearly 13,000 calories and more than 534 grams of fat. Please don’t try this at home. To be clear, we do not encourage eating more than 10,000 calories of Dunkin Donuts in one sitting, it is not good for you and you will not make any money from doing it like Stonie probably did.

Competitive eating legend Joey Chestnut gets an epic introduction and then breaks his own record by eating 74 hot dogs for his 11th career title. Photo via the talented Mary Altaffer.

Ted Nugent, 70’s rocker turned hunting advocate, went on the Joe Rogan podcast to explain why vegans kill more animals than meat eaters do. Do you agree with him? Whose side are you on?

John Joseph has his hand in many pies, but all of those pies are vegan. In between touring with the Cro-Mags and doing ironman races, he makes sure all his food is organic and animal free. This actually looks pretty good!

Burgers are universally beloved because they’re the food of the people. But few can deny the appeal of secret, off-menu burgers—a concept that was popularized by the GOAT fast-food chain, In-N-Out. With the obsessive demand for Animal-style burgers, other fast-food chains like Shake Shack and Five Guys have taken note, creating more competition in the field.

It’s no secret that Los Angeles has minted stars in the burger world. But for many natives, it’s the homegrown, backyard burger traditions that keep the burger scene here alive and well. Just ask Alvin, whose childhood growing up in East L.A. is filled with memories of grilling burgers on Sundays and watching the area’s famous lowrider clubs cruise the boulevard.