Delicious delivery

Illustration by Mark Stivers

I just discovered a very dangerous way to get a bunch of those trendy food items that often are featured on websites such as BuzzFeed and Eater. It's called Goldbely, and last week, the site had Keizo Shimamoto's famous Ramen Burger available for purchase for two days only. Here's how it works (it's pretty simple, actually): Find a food item on, order it, and then it gets shipped right to your door. The good part is that you can get regional delicacies without having to rack up the expensive airline miles. For example, you can get a Philadelphia cheesesteak from Jim's Steaks (I've been there and can personally vouch for these, even reheated), Crack Pie (a “buttery, rich concoction”) from Momofuku Milk Bar in New York City and even biscuits from Callie's Charleston Biscuits in South Carolina. Basically, it's everything you'll ever need to gift to your foodie friends and family.