Why Kylie Jenner's New Cooking Show is Unlike Any Other Food Show You've Seen

Nothing pairs better with candied yams than some sweet Cartier arm candy.

Ready for this? Kylie Jenner has just debuted her new web cooking series, Cooking With Kylie, on her site. The first episode flaunts a unique mix of high and low style, as Kylie makes candied yams with Kraft marshmallows and Aunt Jemima syrup while wearing five figures' worth of Cartier bracelets. Maintaining such style ain't cheap though, so if you want to see the show, it will cost ya — $2.99 per month, to be exact. [Eater]

Meanwhile, check out these other important food headlines from the past week, ICYMI:

•The first supermarket to sell only expired foods has debuted in Denmark. [Quartz]

•Man changes name to Bacon Double Cheeseburger because...alcohol. [London Evening Standard]

•Swiss company figures out how to make eco-friendly carbonation. [Bloomberg]

•Taco Bell hot sauce doubles as an effective shining agent for pennies. [Foodbeast]

•New York says Los Angeles is the City of Breakfast. [New York Times]

•McDonald's Shamrock Shake fans can now make them at home. [TipHero]

•The Rockefeller Foundation launched a $130 million initiative to reduce food waste. [Modern Farmer]

•Mars candies recalled in 56 countries due to plastic pieces found in a Snickers bar. [Al Jazeera]

 

 

 

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