Food News

This restaurant is putting its own twist on centuries-old cuisine

Ray, a new spot in Portland, ambitiously decided to make Mediterranean food chic and new.

How to eat like a Lannister from 'Game of Thrones'

From unusual drinks to sweet lemon cakes, here's everything you need for a bloody good 'Thrones'-themed dinner party.

The wines from this region have critics raving

High elevation, volcanic soils and ancient vintner skills work together to make these fine wines.

Scientists figure out the genetic secrets of humanity's most important food

This new genome sequence could lead to less hunger worldwide.

Could growing bigger fish help solve the world’s hunger problems?

Professor discovers a non-GMO way to make tilapia 25% larger.

How a 'morning after pill for chickens' can save 3 billion lives a year

A company just invented a way to count male chickens before they hatch. Omelettes, anyone?

No soil? No space? No problem. Your vegetable garden just got a whole lot easier

Novel method is good for your home, and is also being used to help nourish villages in Africa.

What's all the fuss about black ice cream?

This blackened dessert trend is rippling across the world, and we want answers.

Move over, beef: New plant-based proteins are healthy and tasty

There's no shortage of products that deliver protein from sources other than meat. Which ones are best for you?

Coffee shop's unusual deal: Be polite, get a discount

A café is offering a 25 percent discount off a cup of coffee if you say 'please' and 'thank you.'

This is where America’s hottest street food comes from

We went to a little town along the Mediterranean to see it for ourselves.

The best part of Coachella isn't the music – it's the food

We're drooling over the selection of festival fare at the world-famous SoCal festival.

Stunning works of mosaic art made entirely out of toast

Toast isn't just for shmearing with your favorite spread. Check out these 5 works of toast art from around the world.

7 foods made infinitely better by adding whiskey

Some call it the 'water of life.' We call it your new favorite ingredient.

A Q&A with the author of 'What Einstein Told His Cook'

Using the genius as his muse, a chemist explains the science of the kitchen.