McDonald's Worker Wins $437,000 From NY After Cop's False Allegation

A former McDonald's employee won nearly half a million dollars over an incident that occurred nearly a decade ago featuring a policeman lying and then coercing the employee into a false confession. For those keeping score, this means the score is now Regular People 1, Police Officers 5,685,382+. So, progress! » 11/22/14 12:34pm Saturday 12:34pm

Hellmann's Are a Bunch of Giant, Eggless "Mayo"-Slinging Hypocrites

Hey, remember last week, when we told you guys Hellmann's parent company Unilever suing San Francisco-based startup Hampton Creek for calling its product "Just Mayo" despite the fact that it had no eggs in it? Yeah, turns out Hellmann's was doing the exact same thing, only they were doing it a lot more. » 11/17/14 1:05pm 11/17/14 1:05pm

More Restaurant Customers Who Really Weren't Supposed to Eat That

Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. This week we've got stories from customers who knowingly chose to ate their food in the most bizarre way possible. As always, these are real e-mails from real readers. » 11/17/14 11:00am 11/17/14 11:00am

Here Are the Grossest Things We Could Find on Pinterest

Pinterest is one of the internet's more interesting inventions — a website for craftsy people to share their creativity with the world without quite as much twee pretension as Etsy. The dark side of it, however, is that when it comes to food, that creativity could often be described charitably as "misplaced" and… » 11/06/14 11:00am 11/06/14 11:00am