Become a healthy eating connoisseur with food & drink recipes for any palate, including vegetarians.
Wed, Dec 18, 2013 10:09 AM
If you’re a fan of local and sustainable food and drink, you’re going to be excited about the new year’s restaurant food trends.
Matt Hickman knows what to do with the stuff that you wouldn't dare to drink.
Video: For only $765 a bottle, the Scottish firm Brew Dog is selling a beer stuffed in a dead squirrel.
Find out just how much red meat, fat, dairy and more the average American eats in a year.
While the local catch is certified safe, chefs remain worried about their bottom line and the public perception of seafood caught in the Gulf.
Food news and items of interest from around the Web for your weekend reading.
BrewDog presented the beer, which contains a record 55 percent alcohol, inside the bodies of dead squirrels and stoats.
In Great Britain, lunch box contents are being photographed and parents are receiving notes about making the contents healthier.
After months of watching oil wash up on beaches, customers are asking questions about where their food was fished from.
The American Lobster Management Board voted instead to consider lesser reductions in the catch.
Foods that double as mini air conditioners to help keep you cool through the dog days.
A salsa base with garden fresh vegetables is a jumping-off point for making salsa just the way you like it.
Maria Rodale shares a cool and refreshing drink recipe that anyone can make.
The crate of whiskey was recovered earlier this year beneath a hut built by explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton during his 1908 Antarctic expedition.
Five creative recipes that will take you from breakfast through dessert using just-picked peaches.
Why do fast-food burgers and fries in TV commercials and print ads look so fresh and delicious when the real deal never looks the same way? Here's why.
Stay-at-home mom on eco-friendly food options.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living