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The New Freshman 15: The Foods You Should Try in Your First Year of College

Bon Appetit | Posted 09.05.2014 | Taste
Bon Appetit

From now on, let the Freshman 15 represent the foods that all college students should absolutely try in their first year of unparented liberty.

Research Shows More People Are Talking About 'Grilled Cheese' Than Cronuts, Poutine & Juicing Combined

Foodbeast | Posted 07.10.2014 | Taste
Foodbeast

Apparently, if you're still craving Cronuts and tweeting about it, you're part of the 1 percent of netizens that still care.

Chef Pink's Bacon and Brine Is Mighty Fine: One of The Best Tastes in Solvang, Calif.

LuxEco Living | Posted 06.27.2014 | Taste
LuxEco Living

By Nancy Chuda founder and Editor of LuxEcoLiving and co-founder of Healthy Child Healthy World Solvang, Calif., Bacon and Brine Chef Pink and Cou...

Sorry, Hipsters, But You Don't Own These 8 Foods

The Huffington Post | Alison Spiegel | Posted 05.23.2014 | Taste

Leave the ramps alone!

What Is Kimchi?

Ali Rosen | Posted 07.18.2014 | Taste
Ali Rosen

Kimchi can be intimidating for the uninitiated, but for Koreans it's the ultimate staple. To get the scoop on understanding kimchi we had Joo walk us through all the steps of how it is made, what types of vegetables are used for kimchi and what to pair it with.

Youyoung Lee

The Ultimate Guide To Finding The Best Dishes In New York's Koreatown

HuffingtonPost.com | Youyoung Lee | Posted 03.06.2014 | Taste

Wading the curious stretch around 32nd Street and Broadway that makes up New York's Koreatown, beyond the bulgogi and bibimbap.

Joe Satran

How The Olympics Changed The Game For Kimchi (And Korea)

HuffingtonPost.com | Joe Satran | Posted 02.27.2014 | Taste

in 1988, when South Korea last hosted the games, officials were genuinely conflicted about the role that kimchi would play in the Olympics.

Jong-ga Dining at Jeonju's Hakindang House

Mimsie Ladner | Posted 02.28.2014 | Travel
Mimsie Ladner

Jeonju, a small city just a few hours' drive south of Seoul, is a treasure trove of historical buildings, interesting customs, and food -- food so good that the city was named UNESCO's 2012 City of Gastronomy.

5 Cookbooks I Forgot to Write About, OK?

Sam Hiersteiner | Posted 11.24.2013 | Taste
Sam Hiersteiner

Mark Bittman published a famous blog hit piece on this book in which Jennifer Mascia accused Gwyneth Paltrow of pushing "quack science" with her elimination diet approach and questioned her use of high-end ingredients too expensive for the average family.

20 Ways To Get Your Kimchi Fix

The Huffington Post | Alison Spiegel | Posted 05.06.2014 | Taste

Did we say kimchi grilled cheese? Oh, yes we did.

Eat Like You Don't Have To Go To Work

Posted 08.29.2013 | Taste

The complicated, messy, pungent, must-be-eaten-right-now delights to make on your day off.

6 Things You Should Know About the Fermentation Trend

Food Riot | Posted 10.22.2013 | Taste
Food Riot

It's not just for hippies anymore.

About Last Night's Kimchi

Crazy Legs Conti | Posted 10.14.2013 | Weird News
Crazy Legs Conti

My weekend in The Windy City included gourmet hot dogs, Comicon, a Kimchi Eating Contest, Superhero Strippers and a 8 to 10 pound weight fluctuation each day.

On Why We Cook: To Break Taboos and to Create

Liza de Guia | Posted 05.03.2013 | Taste
Liza de Guia

Sung Park, chef and owner of Bistro Petit in Brooklyn, is breaking taboos with his bold-flavored Korean French cuisine.

Do Not Be Afraid of Bubbles in Your Kimchi

The New York Public Library | Posted 07.01.2013 | New York
The New York Public Library

An Interview with Lauryn Chun founder of Mother-in-Law's Kimchi and author of The Kimchi Cookbook: 60 Traditional and Modern Ways to Make and Eat Kimc...

How to Make Your Own Kimchi

Maria Rodale | Posted 05.12.2013 | Healthy Living
Maria Rodale

by guest blogger Robyn Jasko, cofounder of Grow Indie Kimchi, the fiery Korean cousin of sauerkraut, is all the rage these days, showing up at your...

Cancer-Preventive Recipes: 6 Ways Cabbage Is Better

Zester Daily | Posted 05.05.2013 | Taste
Zester Daily

Recently, researchers have begun turning their attention to a burning question in food science: Should you eat vegetables raw or cooked? The answers are evolving, and a lot more complex than a simple yes or no. It depends on what vegetable you're talking about and how you cook it.

A Night Out: Jazz And Fried Chicken At MONO+MONO

Gastronomista | Posted 11.28.2012 | Taste
Gastronomista

Head over to MONO+MONO, order a soju martini, request a song from the band and enjoy the analog.

LOOK: Thousands Of South Korean Women Make 140 Tons Of Kimchi To Feed The Poor

Posted 11.18.2012 | Impact

To help South Korea's hungry, a group of volunteers cooked a hefty batch of a local favorite dish. So hefty it weighed the equivalent of 35 elephants....

Totally American Ways to Enjoy Healthy World Flavors

Dawn Jackson Blatner, RD, CSSD, LDN | Posted 12.24.2012 | Healthy Living
Dawn Jackson Blatner, RD, CSSD, LDN

Global flavors from Greece, Cuba, Morocco, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea, Peru, Spain, etc. are showing up on tables, restaurant menus and food trucks all across the U.S. Here are some quick and easy "Americanized" ways to enjoy some healthy world flavors today.

The World's 8 Weirdest Food Museums

Food Republic | Posted 10.24.2012 | Home
Food Republic

At some of the world's most memorable museums, food is actually the focus. From the new gelato museum opening in Emilia Romagna this September to a 25-year-old Korean kimchi academy, there are entire institutions dedicated to locals' singular gastronomic obsessions.

15 Korean Recipes To Try Right Now

The Huffington Post | Rebecca Orchant | Posted 08.31.2012 | Taste

It's getting pretty hard to ignore: bibimbap restaurants popping up everywhere, Korean tacos (they even exist at T.G.I.Friday's now), there is even a ...

Our Favorite Taco Trucks In Honor Of Cinco De Mayo!

Posted 05.05.2012 | Latino Voices

Happy Cinco de Mayo! Today we drink and today we feast. Although we're mostly going to be celebrating with tequila, it's important that no one dri...

Watch: Cultured Pickles and the Coca-Cola of Fermented Foods

Kirsten Dirksen | Posted 01.30.2012 | Home
Kirsten Dirksen

For Alex Hozven, food is either living or dead. At her Cultured Pickle Shop in Berkeley, California, she tends 20,000 pounds of vegetables that "breathe" carbon dioxide. She's simply pickling vegetables, but to most of us used to "dead food," it's a foreign concept.

Weekend Plans: Trains, Tapas And Cows On Trial

Posted 12.07.2011 | Chicago

For a few, proud, well-trained Chicagoans, this weekend will be all about carbo-loading, warming up, surviving the Chicago Marathon and then celebrati...