How Bubble Tea Became an American Obsession
A brief history of boba
A brief history of boba
You can thank—or blame—the British royal family
The everlasting breakfast that no one's ever stoked to eat
Loving Hut serves vegetarian cuisine with a side of religious fervor
It may or may not possess miraculous powers
But you can patent a bread-refreshing method
A cultural history of pareidolia
It sits at the intersection of four of the city’s ecologies
People have been trying to cook their breakfast more efficiently for a hundred years
Started with the Aztecs now we're here
And not those thin little diner ones, either
Everything you know is a lie
Give credit where it's due
"Why can’t I have a stack of frisbee-sized pancakes, drenched in butter and maple syrup, at 8 p.m. on a weeknight?"
Mullet bacon and coffee made from corn
But only, like, six ounces. Maybe eight. Sometimes twelve.
You can blame the internet
As a halibut fisher, I saw herring as bait, but now they're a staple of my morning meal
A lucky interview, a cheese tragedy, and dried apple bits
Hubbard once wrote a long letter to Kellogg's with his ideas for innovating the breakfast table staple
A brief history of bubbly's vessels from coupes to flutes and everything in between
Pardon us, *beigel* shops
A drink developed to avoid the supposed dangers of coffee is returning to shelves in Utah
The once ubiquitous street food stalls are being driven out by a high cost of living and an uneasy relationship with preservation
Yes, you, too
Here's why they've stuck around for such a long time
Drain the glasses
The theory that smoking banana peels will get you high is one of the original pieces of fake news
The traditional Indian drink isn't actually so traditional after all
Party Monster Michael Alig and his crew were once kings of the so-late-its-early-again scene
At least if what's ailing you is sobriety and a head cold
The term gained resonance from an ugly chapter in the fruit's history
The wholesome dairy bars were hotspots long before Momofuku
From the Mayflower Donut machine in the 1930s to the McDonut in 2001, doughnuts were Times Square's other main attraction for decades
How did humans first think chugging a spiced and spiked egg-yolk-and-milk mixture was a good idea?
Posh AF, too
The latest coffee trend has been around for decades
Cheeri-spirals doesn't have quite the same ring to it
Don't be an egg-cessory to crime
Warren Harding ate a heck of a lot of waffles
Don't worry: "Franken Berry Stool" is more colorful than harmful
What does it mean to be an egg?
Mr. Breakfast voters got it right: Quisp is the superior cereal aisle choice
Learn 'em all and wow your hungover friends
An anti-drug PSA was the birth of #yolkporn
Beans or oatmeal, with a side of sand
A lifetime dedicated to hamming it up
How a Swiss doctor created your favorite fresh gruel
You can thank the Brits
What is a flat white, anyway?
Rosy-fingered dawn meant bread and wine
Happy National Waffle Day, waffle history buffs
From Turkish kebabs in the middle ages to Jimmy Dean Pancakes and Sausage on a Stick! in the 2000s, food on a stick has defined cultures.
Raise a toast to this odd, excellent object
Come hell or lye water
The best thing since sliced bread
Pizza, ice cream, whatever: It's a Bloodfeast
And why we even care
The only thing sadder than desk lunch is desk breakfast
Sticking it to the man with bagels—or not
Selective Eating Disorder makes group meals impossible. Except for breakfast
"He'd have butter running down his arms"
How a breakfast table staple sparked solidarity and protest in the queer community
Espresso is the name of the game
Drama at the breakfast table
It's all about the dining room where it happened
At Disney properties, a smiling rodent face means magic
How breakfast's least offensive option could stir up trouble
Self-reflection in silverware
How processed American meat became a Korean favorite
How a humble cereal become "the breakfast of champions"
Open a can and upgrade your breakfast. Seriously.
Nihari is spicy, greasy, and ready to be scarfed up with a pile of naan
Troops need to be caffeinated, too
And how Big Belgian took over the waffle game
"My secret ambition was to be the Wolfgang Puck of packaged cereals"
For years, brunch was an opportunity to day drink. Then I stopped drinking.
Nothing like the smell of herring in the morning
We’re losing hard at a chance for second breakfast
The story of dim sum, from the Silk Road to San Francisco
Novelist Nadifa Mohamed imagines the ideal breakfast from her childhood
The inflight meal, now universally met with a shrug, used to be a celebrated part of the inflight experience
Let's fix that
Coffee and orange juice weren't always morning staples
The longer you live, the more you can eat, right?
On the bleakest of sandwich fillings
A diet trend in Cape Town and Johannesburg has far-reaching historical implications
Honestly so much bacon
Started from the trenches of World War I, now we're here
New York vs. Montreal: a tale of two bagels
The unlikely true tale of the man behind your Corn Flakes
Having a meal like royalty might mean splurging for some stuffed pigeon
It takes more than a childhood spent in Hong Kong to embrace rice porridge