Food Porn

We don't like seeing typical sandwiches on Instagram because they're attainable; maybe we only want what we can't have.
Food is not only good to eat; it is also increasingly enjoyed through media that range from one's smartphone to cinema. In
Photo: ENews! Unless you are into hot-dog-on-bun intercourse or pita-bread-on-bagel anal sex (and you may be, no judgment
We'll take a dozen sushi donuts ... actually, make that two.
My Instagram feed on Sunday mornings is always the same thing: an endless stream of gluttonous brunch shots interspersed with the occasional artsy photo of last night's artisanal cocktail. You know what I'm talking about.
These stunning creations caught our eye with their intricate detail, bright decorations and cream-filled centers.
At work last week we all brought in items to celebrate Cinco De Mayo. The girl who was organizing it sent out a list of things to bring, and when I saw flan was on the list I knew I had to make Luis's cuban grandmothers recipe to share with everyone.
I believe that the food we eat and how we eat can be a metaphor, a filler, and an experience of our sexuality. Want a peek into your sex life? Take a look at your relationship with food.
Whether it's Super Bowl season or any time of the year, wing fans are always looking for the next wing adventure!
Warning: I like protein, though I have become a sucker for squashes like kabocha or delicata as well as the tang of labneh, the thicker, smarter cousin of yogurt.
Bee Wilson's book "First Bite," about our food habits and preferences, is really an economics book.
If vegetables looked like this when we were growing up, we might have actually eaten them.
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