Published November 27, 2012
Sweet dough fried in hot oil is irresistible and not just to Homer Simpson.
Published October 26, 2012
When it comes to the political role of this year’s of-the-moment, bold-faced name, celebrity chefs rather than Hollywood stars may tell you more about a presidential candidate.
Published October 15, 2012
These days you can proclaim your political preference by the dozen. 2012 is the year of the political cookie.
Published October 01, 2012
“People who knew me looked at me like I was buying meth,” laughs Whitman College professor Aaron Bobrow-Strain about buying Wonder Bread at his local market.
Published September 11, 2012
Restaurant owner Sean Connolly says mastering social media is "as much a part of the job as anything else.” You’d be a fool to ignore social media, or fight it, he says.
Published August 03, 2012
As more Americans switch to veganism, determining its benefits can be confusing. These four experts weigh-in on the pros and cons.
Published July 09, 2012
Substitutes generally disappoint in head-to-head food comparisons: sugar vs. stevia (sweetener derived from South American perennial shrubs); steak vs. tempeh (a slightly-fermented soybean and grain patty); Parmesan cheese vs. “nutritional yeast.”
Published June 18, 2012
Bad airplane food begs the question: Is there something about altitude that makes food taste bad? Actually, yes.
Published June 01, 2012
Statistics show that obesity and diabetes are on a trajectory to be to today’s kids what a house and white-picket fence were to the previous generation.
Published May 18, 2012
With California’s foie gras ban set to take effect July 1, the food fight between animal rights activists and those battling to repeal the law is ruffling more than a few feathers.