In a grandiose announcement from the Alliance for a Healthier Generation (an offshoot of the Clinton Foundation), McDonald's proved once again that it's not only the world's fast-food leader, but also the king of spin.
Raising grass-fed beef is easy. Cows love grass and grass loves cows. The hard part is bringing cattle to market weight on grass -- rather than fattening them in feedlots for the last six months of their lives -- because you need cowboys to do it.
There is no denying the fact that our relationship is an adventure. Being married is a feat in and of itself -- being married to a farmer adds a whole other layer.
Heinz totally dominates the ketchup market. There can be only one. Here's everything you need to know about it.
Slicing will never be the same again. Just make sure to grab an unscented pack.
I don't care what they say about the ineffectiveness of greasy foods. I'll take drive-thru shame over nothing any day.
So one night last week, I ate dinner in total silence with a roomful of strangers.
In the name of science (kinda) and the pursuit of ultimate caffeination, we created this handy infographic.
Now that Jerusalem has become one of the best selling cookbooks in recent years, it may be time to look at it in context.
In travel or in our daily lives, at restaurants or at markets, we pass by others, forgetting that all the people we interact with are just like us... human: full of happiness and pain and hope.
Our favorite recipes that illustrate why we just can't cut Sriracha loose.
A Match.com for Waste? An expired-food supermarket? Ending food waste is going to take generations of work. But here are four solutions that are up and running, today.
When you think of pasta, you probably think of Italy. Stories have long circulated, however, implying that the Chinese are in fact responsible for the creation of this culinary delight. And while NY-style cheesecakes are the best, America ultimately can't take credit for this rich and delicate dessert.
The following 10 behaviors are surefire ways to seriously piss off these hard-working bean-grinders.
New rules the U.S. Department of Agriculture wants to put into effect would transfer much of the work inspecting pork and chicken and turkey meat from trained government inspectors to the processing companies themselves. Talk about putting the fox in the henhouse!
When is a scoop of gelato more than just a scoop of gelato? When it's made from a prized, third-generation, so-secret-its-not-even-written-down Florentine recipe in which the only ingredients are milk, eggs, sugar and dairy adoration.