Sean is a writer, superhero nerd, and sandwich fanatic living in Astoria, NYC. He examines culture through the lenses of food and superhero storytelling to understand not just what we're saying it, but how and why we're saying it.
There are many strange instances of marketing and holiday traditions coming together. Let's be more alert in 2017.
A Cornell University professor believes he has our food, climate, and fuel revolution answered all with one organism: microalgae.
Marijuana legalization is no longer a libertarian or progressive issue. We need this new, legal industry to replace the depleted economies of the rural South and Midwest.
Sean Curry takes aim at the rapidly evolving "gourmet" food industry that is warping our expectations, mindsets and first-world privilege to a scary new level.
It's the cheapest Michelin-Star dish in the world; a plate of soya sauce chicken from this Singaporean street hawker will set you back $1.80. But the secret recipe is for sale, and it's a little steeper.
A major report has come out identifying in no uncertain terms that sugar is bad and soda companies are lying to us. The sky, as it turns out, is also blue.
Like a culinary canary in the coal mine, coleslaw can tell you everything you need to know about a restaurant.