Gut bombs frighten me. I have enough of a food handicap because of my line of work, but professions aside, I'm not so good with self control when it comes to eating. I've been known on more than one occasion to follow the Louis C.K. school of consumption mechanics: I don't stop when I'm full, I stop ... More >>
From long, long ago, George Gimarc with Iggy Pop, who's a pretty funny guy.If anyone would know the answer to the question, "Has there ever been an all-comedy radio station in Dallas?" it would be George Gimarc, who has spent most of a lifetime on Dallas radio whilst also collecting its related e ... More >>
A new book, profiled recently in the New York Times, promises to get some chatter. In it, Simon Doonan, the author of Gay Men Don't Get Fat, uses gay and straight descriptions to classify food.
Fried chips, for instance? Not gay. Baked chips? So gay. Macarons: completely queer. Cheesecake: absolut ... More >>
Pat Robertson never ate mac and cheese at his Thanksgiving dinner, and after scratching my head deep in thought for the last three seconds, I'm pretty sure that I haven't either.
But Robertson's question of the dish as a Thanksgiving staple ("Is that a black thing?") along with the commentator's r ... More >>