Donuts. They're not just for cops anymore!
A man walks into a bar. Ouch. The poor bastard should have walked into a pub.
In the final weeks leading up to Election Day, the debate over measure I-522 in Washington State is getting even uglier.
Should I take the French approach and limit snacks to one a day at a closely prescribed time? Or plan for a few small meals to fend off inevitable meltdowns? For my kids and me, I've found it's best to snack -- with a caveat.
Just 25 countries control 76 percent of the world's coastal oceans, and a mere 10 countries control 51 percent. We don't need an international treaty to resuscitate our oceans -- we just need to convince these key governments to better manage their fisheries.
Don't believe the printed hype! Keep eating that fish sauce!
We are in a situation both difficult and dangerous. The world today desperately needs leadership on the food security issue to help the world understand both the enormity of the challenge we face and the extraordinary scope of a response, which will require restructuring of the energy economy.
Good food, like running, brings people together. This year's Chicago marathon (fantastically executed and thank you mother nature!) was a step after step race for me.
These in-room best-sellers may surprise you.
The 2013 World Food Prize credits Monsanto in the fight against hunger through sustainable agriculture -- yet there is a disconnect between the spirit of the prize and the U.S. agrochemical giant's actual practices.
Instead of saying auf wiedersehen to German brews, take these foreign styles for a spin.
Ranked with the power of science.
No matter how they prefer it, enthusiasts would surely agree on two points: mac and cheese can be so much tastier than the kind that comes in a blue box, and it's worth traveling to sample the very best.
Andy Cohen is beloved for his ability to ask anyone just about anything -- but what about when the tables are turned?
Despite the demands, thousands of directors across the U.S. have stepped up to the plate -- or lunch tray -- to do what Tyler, Dan and Ed do in their districts. Why? So students can have the freshest, best tasting, most nutritious meals possible and be fit, well-nourished and ready to succeed.
Italian food culture is probably very different from what you're used to at home. And since Italians have been perfecting it for over 1,000 years, try going with the wine and olive oil flow instead of fighting against the current when you're in Italy.