The Daiya brand of vegan cheese was acquired by a corporation that tests on animals. What are vegans to do?
How the world of small batch, single origin, and totally artisanal erases the people of color who made it possible
It all comes down to one ingredient.
For years, it’s been the Holy Grail for food companies. Yet intrepid scientists haven’t stumbled upon finding a natural replacement for sugar in food. And it doesn’t appear they’re likely to find one anytime soon.
It's all been leading up to this moment. They found their one-armed man.
"It's literally like you put a needle through my tongue — the worst Lollapalooza piercing ever."
Here's something you don't see every day: A Ford Mustang Shelby GT500... made of sponge cake... that you can actually drive with a remote control.
How did they carve it like this? How did they get the watermelon inside out? How does any of this work? Help?
They might not be the first, but the Long Island Vegetable Orchestra is New York's premier produce music ensemble.
It seems hard to imagine that, just a century ago, it was rare and expensive. But over the course of the 20th century, both chickens and the chicken industry exploded in size. Much of that growth can be attributed to antibiotics.
The Food and Drug Administration advised consumers and healthcare providers Friday to avoid all liquid products made by PharmaTech LLC of Davie, Florida, after finding dangerous Burkholderia cepacia bacteria in the water system used to manufacture its products.
Make Mary Berry proud.
Fat, thin, over-eating, under-eating. Lindsay Hunter’s relationship with food, weight, and body image has been consistently complicated.
It doesn't take long, and it's packed with flavor.
Ah, this reminds us of some hazy late night eats during college.
The berry behemoth turned produce into a beauty contest, and won.
Eddie Huang tried to have a measured conversation over dinner with white supremacist Jared Taylor during his "HUANG'S WORLD" tour of Washington, DC. And, of course, Taylor had some truly awful things to say.
Even in the best restaurants, things go wrong. Platters topple. Glasses break. Preferences are forgotten. Words are misunderstood. The finest hospitality pros I’ve seen in action understand that they can’t control what they can’t control; they can only control their reaction.
There are things we never knew, like how bananas are considered the world's first fruit and apples were planted for drinking rather than eating.
Some folks have big plans for your future. They want you — a burger-eatin’, chicken-finger-dippin’ American — to buy their burgers and nuggets grown from stem cells.
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