Healthy eating

What the heck is a cacao nib? And other wild food trends, demystified

The changing landscape of food can be pretty amazing. Allow us to clear up a few things.

How Indian farmers are doubling their crops

Learning about new technology was a game changer for this farming couple.

How a love story brought Israeli cuisine to Portugal

Two men wanting to make jelly doughnuts wound up starting a critically acclaimed restaurant far from home.

What is matcha, and why should you cook with it?

This trendy powdered tea makes more than just a sippable hot drink. Here are some creative ways to cook with matcha.

World's tiniest tomato tastes like candy

It's the size of a blueberry, and food experts say it could open the door to a world of new recipes.

This was just ranked the easiest diet to follow

U.S. News & World Report ranked the 38 best diets in the world. Learn which diet earned high marks in convenience and overall health.

Diets are getting very personal, and a new book explains why

The authors say eating according to your body's blood sugar is the best way to control weight.

7 ways to eat more leafy greens

It's a new year. Is it also time for a new diet? Here's how to get green with your food, and still enjoy it.

Oh, the things you can make with a sesame seed

It's the seed that's got everyone talking, and eating.

Why you should eat breakfast before 9:30

A new study adds weight to the importance of not skipping your morning meal.

Where I tasted the best halvah this side of the Mediterranean

I filmed a Facebook live video on my visit to Seed + Mill, a new halvah and tahini shop in New York's Chelsea Market.

7 sexy chefs from around the globe

These gourmet cooks know how to turn up the heat on more than your tastebuds.

For the love of gourd: Our favorite easy pumpkin recipes

You've only got one day to prepare for National Pumpkin Day. What should you make? Here are 9 of our best ideas that won't keep you slaving away in the kitchen for hours.

There's a new way to keep your child from developing a peanut allergy

Research suggests kids with moms who eat peanuts while breastfeeding are less likely to develop allergies when they're older.

Could studying a basketball team's poop make them better athletes?

New research suggests that analyzing your bacterial makeup could vastly improve your health. And one team is giving it a try.