Food and Drink Articles
Americans have a love affair with burgers, and with several phenomenal hamburger joints scattered throughout the United States, there is no wonder why.
To experience tapas at their best, tour the streets of Seville, which boast more than 4,000 tapas bars -- roughly one for every 200 locals.
Hop a flight and pull up a chair, we're taking you on a whirlwind tour of Singapore's must-taste dishes.
Crack a cold one; we're taking you to the world's most extreme bars.
Ignore those calorie counts, and sink your teeth into some deep-fried goodness: just don't make these foods a habit!
In America, folks scream especially loudly for their ice cream: consuming one and a half billion gallons of it each year.
Check out Travel Channel's picks for appetizing adventures.
With so many buffets to choose from, how do you narrow it down to the best of the best? Follow our hungry lead.
Here are seven locations that are the uncontested champions of breakfast.
Fasten your seat belt for the country's most extreme fast food.
Synonymous with everything from baseball games to backyard barbecues to amusement parks, there's nothing more American than a hot dog.
With so many top-notch steakhouses across the United States, there is no wonder why Americans are hooked on red meat.
In Las Vegas, it seems like all the fun happens at tables -- the poker table, the blackjack table and, of course, the dining table.
Join Travel Channel for a wine-oriented romp through the villages and vineyards in the southern French region, Languedoc-Roussillon.
On a tour of Miami's most extreme experiences, you'll see this town as it's never been seen before.