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We’re on a roll this International Sushi Day

Sushi lovers rejoice! June 18th marks International Sushi Day! Today serves as the perfect excuse to order your favorite roll and maybe even learn a little bit about the culinary origins of the dish that has become a favorite for fish lovers everywhere.  The term sushi literally means “sour-tasting.” It was originally named for a […]

Juneteenth Food Ideas for This Year’s Celebration

Every year on June 19th, communities around the country come together to celebrate Juneteenth. Also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, Juneteenth commemorates the day that news of the emancipation proclamation (issued more than two years earlier on Jan. 1, 1863) reached enslaved persons in Texas, the last confederate state to practice slavery.   Last […]

The Guide To New Brunching

Going out for brunch can be a great time, but complications like a wait time of 1 hour, your friend gushing about her new beau, or your toddler ripping off the table cloth can make the occasion challenging. Now, there’s a new way to brunch. Grubhub would like to introduce you to “The New Brunch” — an occasion with a selection of just about any menu item you’d like, from the comfort of your own home.

Pumpkin Is Here and Sneaking into All of Your Favorite Foods

We’d like to honor the orange beacon which signals to us that fall is undoubtedly upon us. Join us, fellow lovers of changing leaves, flannel shirts and cool breezes. Pumpkin pie has been around since well, the Pilgrims. (True story, a version of pumpkin pie was made back as early as the mid-1600s.) It’s a […]

Eggs Benedict: The People’s Brunch Champ

When you think brunch, let’s be honest, eggs are really the stars of the show. In fact, the humble egg is one thing that separates this meal from the others. Potatoes, meats and no eggs? Dinner. Pastries, quick breads and no eggs? Dessert. So when you’re craving a not-so-humble egg may we suggest the Eggs […]

Hoagie History You Definitely Need To Know

Wednesday, May 5th marks National Hoagie Day! Lovers of these cold cut creations haven’t been able to agree on an official name. But whether you call it a submarine sandwich, sub, hoagie, torpedo, hero, or grinder where you’re from. One thing remains true everywhere: You just can’t beat a good hoagie! Made from a bread […]

Grab your napkins and ready your hot sauce, it’s National Fried Chicken Day!

This indulgent comfort food has become a global favorite, but its roots are firmly planted in Scottish and Southern American culture. The Scots have been deep-frying chicken in fat since the middle ages, they then brought the method with them when they immigrated and settled in America. When enslaved Africans in the south got their […]

15 Types of Tacos Everyone Should Try at Least Once

It doesn’t have to be Tuesday for you to enjoy a good taco or three. According to statistics, Americans are eating upwards of 4.5 billion tacos a year! This comes as no surprise to the average taco enthusiast. If you know anything about all the different taco styles out there, you know the options are […]

What I Ate in a Week: Amanda’s Food Diary

Here at Grubhub, our employees are pretty obsessed with food. Every day, we’re making sure delicious food finds its way to your door… and to ours. Say what? Correct, we too order from Grubhub (so meta). With our “What I Ate in a Week” series, you’ll get a sneak peek into the lives of actual—never […]

Burger bites: Finding your way to the perfect burger

Happy National Hamburger Day! As American as baseball and apple pie, very few foods hold as special a space in American culture as this simple ground meat sandwich. And as is the case with many of our favorite foods, we have immigrants to thank for bringing this iconic sandwich to our shores.    As we […]