UK tween Omari McQueen began to cook at age 7, when his mother suffered from paralyzing migraines. It wasn't long before he appeared on TV, opened a trendy food hall booth and sat on an expert panel.
It’s the era of the food swap, in which nutritious vegetables and legumes are replacing starch and dairy in familiar-looking foods. Mushrooms and seaweed are having a moment. And have snacks killed meals?
Andrés' restaurants have won Michelin stars, but how much does he know about the Michelin Man, the weirdly bloated, rubberized spokesmascot for the Michelin tire company?
Jasmine Cho makes cookie portraits of people like Takao Ozawa, who was denied U.S. citizenship on the basis of race in a landmark case. Her goal: to make social justice lessons more palatable.
The Blooper Burger is a monstrous sandwich sold at Atlanta Braves games and is one of many outrageous menu items served at stadium concession stands around the country.
Though it may seem like the gig economy has ushered in the mobile work style from restaurants and coffee shops, the fact is that working and eating have been intertwined since ancient civilization.
Americans have a torturous relationship with fast food. We vilify it but also view it with a nostalgic lens. A new book explores this complicated yet seemingly unshakable bond.
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Meet the secret worldwide society of seltzer aficionados. Next, the "sober-curious" trend is spawning a new generation of high-end mixologists. And finally, canned beverages are here to stay.
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Thirty years ago, if you walked into a deli in Washington, D.C., you might find a dish called "Watergate Salad." And it's not bad. Soft. Tangy. You can taste why this caught on. And why it went away.
A study conducted by US Foods found that nearly 30% of food delivery service drivers admitted to stealing a bite of food from their customer's order.
Taco shops are easier to find in rural Utah than Indian restaurants. The Tandoori Taqueria fuses both cuisines and it's doing brisk business in the middle of cowboy country.