Become a healthy eating connoisseur with food & drink recipes for any palate, including vegetarians.
Fri, Jul 11, 2014 2:18 PM
Fire up the coals and cook up some sweet, caramelized fruit anytime of the day.
I’ve measured and poured and tasted and played and finally created a cocktail I’d be proud to serve to friends. Now, what do I call it?
Ready to transition to a plant-based diet? Here’s how to give up the meat without going nuts.
These tricks and tips will make the food you buy last longer and save you from throwing your money in the trash.
Senate subcommittee takes aim at Mehmet Oz for his flowery rhetoric about weight-loss pills.
Watermelon basil tea skewers sound like a refreshing summer treat. Learn how to make them from tea consultant and writer Alexis Siemons as shares her love of tea infused foods in a new weekly web series for The Daily Tea.
Have a thing for rich chocolate desserts but want to keep your waistline lean? This chocolate pudding is decadent yet filled with nutrients and healthy fats.
Human trials are set to begin on genetically modified bananas with vitamin-enriched, orange-colored flesh, but GMO critics are concerned.
In addition to the more obvious consequences, a severe lack of water means fewer flowers for the honeybees and less honey for the world.
In a surprising study, researchers find that white bread may help grow beneficial gut bacteria.
You’ll refer to this guide that’s printed on biodegradable fabric with non-toxic ink almost every time you need to convert a recipe.
After boys experienced puberty, they were more likely to have an increase blood pressure after consuming caffeine than girls of a similar age.
Brussels sprouts are a superfood packed with vitamins, cancer-fighting nutrients, and so many health benefits you'll wonder why you left them out of your diet for so long.
Have no clue how handle an unfinished bottle of wine? Tired of the same old pesto combo? Next time, try cooking with vino.
EWG recently released updated information about the cleanest produce — and on the reverse — the produce most heavily sprayed with pesticides.
The grapes for this wine are grown without water, and the struggling vines produce dry, fruity, flavorful wine. At under $10 a bottle, you'll want to give this a try.
Creative mom explores how to live a sustainable life with a focus on food.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living.