Happy National Doughnut Day!
It’s a miserable rainy day in New York
Today was set to be a doomsday for super-sized sodas in New York, and a victory for our very own health-minded Mayor Bloomberg.
To put it simply, margaritas just make me happy.
In honor of last night’s Grammy Awards ceremony, I thought there was no better time for a little food-related music to start the day.
Obesity, that is. The country’s leading beverage purveyor is releasing a television ad today about just that. Well, sort of.
A group of my dear female friends and I have a yearly holiday tradition
I count myself a longtime tattoo appreciator, and no greater is my fandom than when the design happens to involve my first true love—ahem, food.
We’ve got a sweet idea for how to celebrate National Pickle Day.
Ah, the random food holiday.
As you may have noticed, despite the fact that there are no longer channels devoted to playing them around-the-clock, we still have some hardcore music video love around these parts. And when videos happen to feature anything food or drink-related we get particularly excited.
Maraschino cherries. Jalapeno. Cough syrup. Milk. Honey.
Nowadays symbols of American consumption like Starbucks and McDonalds can be found the world over.
Historically music videos have not exactly been known to provide an accurate lens into the lives of the characters in them—after all, if we were to take their stories as truth all the “business women” I know are wearing clothes that are not nearly tight or short enough.
There’s a lot I appreciate about Elaine Benes: her prudish fashion sense (think demure granny floral dresses and brogues with ankle socks), her quick wit, her pioneering hair pouf (Snooki who?), and her singular dancing abilities among them.