It was once called "the greatest recipe to originate in the Americas in 50 years," but its origins are shrouded in mystery.
Despite its connotations of denture-friendly fare and penny-pinching, early dinner is the most decadent meal there is.
The machines are rising and soon they'll take over all our breakfast food.
"There are very few examples of evolution happening that fast."
This little show at a hot pot restaurant in London costs customers a mere £1.90.
It was supposed to be the marketing world's greatest reverse psychology triumph, a mastery of consumerism over postmodern disillusion.
Some people do cry over spilled milk.
"The Chef Show" comes to Netflix June 7.
Green iguanas are an invasive species that destroys vegetation. For Thomas Tennant, that's even more reason to eat them.
Unpacking a primal attraction to Olive Gard's "Giant Italian Classic," an inexplicably huge ball of meat.
How did hunger for the humble vanilla pod lead to greed, crime and riches? Wendell Steavenson travels to Madagascar to meet the new spice barons
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Over the past 70 years, ultra-processed foods have come to dominate the US diet. These are foods made from cheap industrial ingredients and engineered to be super-tasty and generally high in fat, sugar and salt.
The wheat you eat in a typical store-bought cookie or hamburger bun is very different from the wheat your great-grandparents ate. Over the course of the twentieth century, wheat was aggressively bred to improve crop yield — in the process, the chemical composition and nutrient profile were significantly changed.
Watching pro pastry chef Amaury Guichon makes us feel both relaxed and hungry.
The company is upending the bar's design by adding emojis.
I have experienced the benefits of healthy eating and I cannot believe I must keep this up for the rest of my life.
Depending on your point of view, sourdough mothers, a fermented mix of water and yeast, are either the ultimate matriarchs — they can create offspring loaves every day for hundreds of years — or actually more like babies: if you don't nurture them regularly, they will die.
Following Beyond Meat's IPO, Impossible Foods says it has raised $300 million in its latest funding round, ticking the company over the $2 billion valuation threshold.
Americans eat a narrower variety of foods for breakfast than anyone else. It doesn't have to be this way.
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