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We all know grass-fed is better for the planet and the animals. But here's how it can be better for our health, too.
Marcus Samuelsson speaks about the current state of the food industry and the status of African Americans.
Poultry slime isn't fun for anyone, but does a rinse eliminate bacteria? Here's how to handle meat safely.
Safety -- whether it's to prevent COVID-19 or food poisoning -- is of the utmost importance this summer.
The Filipino American chef shares her experience and frustrations with the restaurant industry.
The pandemic is shaping the way we shop for health food, comfort food and convenience food.
40 Acres & A Mule is the brainchild of chef and restaurant owner Adrian Lipscombe.
Food historian Jessica B. Harris shares her thoughts on why the pandemic has been so fatal for the Black community.
Sure, we've endured meat and flour shortages, but the coronavirus could improve many aspects of our food systems.
The coronavirus pandemic started a banana bread and sourdough frenzy. But why bread and not other baked goods?
When you're looking for nutritious eggs, how they're produced is more important than where they're produced.
A deeper look at the realities of what it takes to get your recipes published.
Pick up some ice cream (vanilla, chocolate, whatever), ice cream sandwiches and sauces, and you're ready to assemble.
For restaurant workers, choosing between financial ruin and a risky work environment is no choice at all.
Use these expert-backed strategies for slicing bread and spreading on fillings.
We’re in for a reckoning: “I think we’ll all realize that we are able to control quite a bit of the industry.”
He's faced obstacles because of race, sexuality and addiction. Here's how this chef says we can embrace inclusion.
Biscuits, sponge cakes, strawberries and whipped cream galore. Pick your strawberry shortcake spirit animal.
Mamadou Savané, owner of Sav's Grill in Lexington, Kentucky, brings the food of Guinea to the American South.
The idea of dining out again is exciting yet nerve-wracking. It’s a calculated risk for both customers and workers.
Love 'em or hate 'em, people have thoughts about the popular fruit.
Whether you prefer red, white, rosé or Champagne, we talked to wine experts who have a new brand for you to try.
This Egyptian street food will awaken your palate, and is just the remedy if you're sick of the same old store-bought dips.
Whether you can't get enough chardonnay or are more into merlot, you might want to give these monthly wine subscription services a go.
Google shared insights into Americans' frozen treat preferences ahead of National Ice Cream Day.
Helpful tips for your pantry, kitchen tools to toss and more advice from professional chefs.
You won't get your lattes late with these monthly coffee subscription services.
Chefs Eric Sze and Lucas Sin on authentic Chinese food, their experiences with racism and their optimism for the future.
The latest news is just another reason we probably should give up Goya and find healthier adobo and sazón alternatives.
From chicken and salmon to burgers, hot dogs and vegan offerings, experts help sort out the options for your next cookout.
Some are sugar-free, some take five minutes, all are delicious.
Flag cakes, layer cakes, cupcakes, pies and more desserts that'll make you think about the stars and stripes.
As we plan for a summer mostly at home, Daily Harvest’s new additions might help you eat healthier without adding stress to your already full plate.
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If you're wondering how to make your picnic more comfortable, this cute picnic supplies list will do just the trick.
There are lots of portable and tabletop gas and charcoal grills that you can use just about anywhere.
New recipes to get you out of your summer food rut, including a cake/cheesecake hybrid for the ages.
Meat shortages due to the coronavirus. Climate change. Do you need another reason?
Food Industry Action is a new fundraiser bringing together people in the restaurant world.
Bars create a risky cocktail of tight quarters, young adults unbowed by the fear of illness and, in some instances, proprietors who don’t enforce crowd limits and social distancing rules.