NPR | Jan. 17, 2017
In the children's books, food is practically a supporting character. So why not welcome the poor Baudelaire orphans with a delightfully miserable repast while binge-watching the new show?
OPB | Jan. 03, 2017
Our roundtable of culinary experts pulverize those popular cold-pressed juice cleanses, scan the digital realm for the newest ways to forage for wild edibles and commemorate the century anniversary of the United States' involvement World War I, when the homefront fought with Victory Gardens and Meatless Mondays.
NPR | Jan. 02, 2017
American-Taiwanese chef Eddie Huang's first memoir, Fresh Off the Boat, became a hit TV sitcom. His latest book is a story about his culinary travels in China.
For the last installment of Weekend Edition's holiday recipe series, NPR founding mother Susan Stamberg tells Scott Simon about her special New Year's Eve recipe for Caviar Pie.
New Yorker writer Emma Allen shares her favorite cocktail of 2016 with NPR's Robert Siegel. "The Painkiller" — which Allen calls "a $4 slushie" — is served at Johnson's in Bushwick, N.Y.
Holiday meals can be packed with tradition — and in some families, contention when traditions broken. But in the end, NPR's Linda Wertheimer's family always gathers around the table for a good meal.
Tamales are a Christmas Eve tradition for many Latinos. But they're also labor intensive and daunting for the newbie. Never fear: Mexican chef Pati Jinich shows us how to master this holiday favorite.
They sound completely disgusting. But cookie-dough-themed cocktails are a trend this holiday season, including at a D.C. pop-up where they're the most popular drinks.
With the help of Megan Scott, the fresh new face of "The Joy of Cooking," our panelists question fake food holidays before tackling the troubling class divide between foodies and those less fortunate.
Pastry chef Aggie Chin talks with NPR's Ailsa Chang about sweet treats to prepare for your holiday party. This week, it's pear upside down spice cake.
Arts | Food | EntertainmentNPR | Dec. 17, 2016 8:43 a.m.
The term "celebrity chef" term doesn't quite fit for Bourdain — after all, most of the restaurants where he's worked have closed. His new cookbook is called Appetites.
Pastry chef Aggie Chin showed up at Weekend Edition with a box of scrumptious bite-sized desserts. She talks with NPR's Ailsa Chang about sweet treats to prepare for your holiday party.