For those of us in the States, peanut butter is a fact of life. It’s good on virtually anything, and especially in combination with chocolate or jam. But for the rest of the world, it’s a bit weird — and therefore hard to come by.
The results of the Final Fork food bracket are in — and you guys really, really love chicken. (And hate Skyline Chili.) Here’s the winning bracket, distilled from more than 8,000 entries, in all its caloric glory:
If you’ve ever buttered some biscuits, shucked an oyster, or had your banana peeled, you know that eating and boning are the greatest things to have ever happened to human beings. Both are pleasurable, sensory, and literally necessary to our survival as a species.
Fact: Canada is basically utopia. And in accordance with the requirements of all utopias, the nation is home to delicious, soul-satisfying grub. The food is a product of the country’s climate and ecosystems (mostly boreal and maritime), as well as its inhabitants: indigenous peoples, English and Acadian settlers, and…