With ugly politics and intense greed blocking the way, it's up to us to turn things around and vote with our forks to better protect our own health, each other, and the planet we (as well as countless species) call home.
Sometimes the simplest tweaks can completely reinvent something.
The choices we make in our day-to-day life do matter and can play a major role in slowing climate change. Maybe it's time to reevaluate the food we're eating and make simple changes to fight for a healthy future.
A growing number of home pit masters have taken to curing and smoking their own bacon, pastrami, jerky, etc.
The "craft bacon" industry is under way and I want you to know about it first.
Use the following ideas as a springboard for your own imagination. Sweetbreads? Asparagus? Pears? The possibilities are endless.
If you go to the time and trouble of curing and smoking your own bacon, start by procuring a pork belly worthy of your efforts. This means from organic hogs (or hogs raised humanely without hormones or antibiotics).
National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day only rolls around once a year (though there's really never a reason not to eat one any other day of the year), but food holidays call for a mandatory inhalation of said food.
By Nancy and James Chuda founders of LuxEcoLiving and Healthy Child Healthy World Los Olivos California Saarloos and Sons Field ...
We asked vegetarians across the country to share some of their day-to-day hardships involved in maintaining a meatless diet.
You may not realize it, but you probably eat pork belly on a pretty regular basis.
If you've thought of a way to consume bacon, we guarantee you someone else has, too. Here, an ode to America's bacon mania.
It's not that I dislike the taste or have any moral objection to eating fat; it's just that pork belly doesn't deserve to be its own trend. It's bacon, for crying out loud. It's what we put on everything to make everything taste better. Has bacon ever not been a food trend?
Bacon is the priciest component of many burger builds.
We are trying to help you cook bacon better. Because as glorious as cooking bacon on the stove can be, it's also a mess.