A Webcomic About A Witch Learning To Bake Without Magic—With Recipes!

Actually, there are two witches at the heart of Victoria Grace Elliott's webcomic balderdash! One is an elk rancher hoping to apprentice herself to a baker in a town that frowns upon magic. The other is a young sorceress running away from school. And we get to bake along with their adventures. » 1/28/15 8:00am 1/28/15 8:00am

Ask a Chef All of Your Pre-Thanksgiving Food Questions!

Merrill Stubbs is a chef and food writer, and she's here today to answer all of our Thanksgiving questions about food, recipes, and the all the best things to fill your table up with this year. » 11/27/13 8:45am 11/27/13 8:45am

Recipes for the Post-Apocalypse: How and why to eat rat meat

Rat is a readily available street food in some Southeast Asian countries, and earlier editions of The Joy of Cooking contained instructions on the proper butchering of squirrels. But rodents have fallen out of favor in most Western cuisines, relegated to mere vermin. So how would you go about cooking a rat if you'd… » 8/05/12 8:00am 8/05/12 8:00am

10 Revolting Foods That People Have Made in Prison

Prison food is notoriously terrible, and it's not like you can go out to a drive-thru when you get hungry between meal-times. But prison inmates are famous for their amazing creativity — and when they're not making shivs and other improvised weapons, they're creating some truly bizarre food items. » 7/30/12 10:00am 7/30/12 10:00am

Awesome Hunger Games fan recreates the post apocalyptic recipes for you!

If you've read Hunger Games you know how important food is to the tributes (whether they're dining in the Capitol, or fighting for their lives in the wilderness). One amazing fan has recreated some of our favorite recipes from the Suzanne Collins books, including lunch with Cinna (with the flower shaped rolls), … » 11/10/11 9:46am 11/10/11 9:46am

It's the Monster Manual with Manischewitz

Just in time for Passover, Tachyon Publications presents The Kosher Guide to Imaginary Animals. This slim and silly volume is the ideal gift for anyone who has tried to make a saving throw vs. petrification using a dreidel. » 3/11/10 2:30pm 3/11/10 2:30pm

Let's Hear It for Fish Biscuits!

Remember when he-man hillbilly Sawyer figures out the levers and knobs in his cage and is rewarded with a fish-shaped biscuit and a cascade of people chow? "Only took the bears two hours." Definitely one of my favorite moments from Lost season 3. Last year, an enterprising fan came up with a recipe and pattern for… » 1/17/08 12:40pm 1/17/08 12:40pm