• Now, There Is Zero Proof That Alcohol Is What Makes A Great Cocktail By NPR   -   Mar 21, 2019

    NOW, THERE IS ZERO PROOF THAT ALCOHOL IS WHAT MAKES A GREAT COCKTAIL

    Millennials are drinking less, spurring beverage companies to create alternatives to traditional cocktails - using herbs, spices, citrus...

    Cocktail, Herbs, Alcohol
  • Why Restaurant Demand For Smaller Fish Fillets Is Bad News For Oceans By NPR   -   Mar 19, 2019

    WHY RESTAURANT DEMAND FOR SMALLER FISH FILLETS IS BAD NEWS FOR OCEANS

    Many U.S. chefs and retailers prefer intact fillets that constitute a single portion. That demand is driving overfishing for young...

    Restaurant, Fish
  • Why Are So Many Farmers Markets Failing? Because The Market Is Saturated By NPR   -   Mar 17, 2019

    WHY ARE SO MANY FARMERS MARKETS FAILING? BECAUSE THE MARKET IS SATURATED

    Farmers aren't producing enough to keep up with the number of smaller markets that keep popping up, often in close proximity to others....

  • Traditional Irish Recipes To Try This St. Patrick's Day By NPR   -   Mar 17, 2019

    TRADITIONAL IRISH RECIPES TO TRY THIS ST. PATRICK'S DAY

    Irish cuisine has more to offer than just corned beef and cabbage. Award-winning Irish Chef and food writer Darina Allen shared a few...

    Beef
  • Cholesterol Redux: As Eggs Make A Comeback, New Questions About Health Risks By NPR   -   Mar 16, 2019

    CHOLESTEROL REDUX: AS EGGS MAKE A COMEBACK, NEW QUESTIONS ABOUT HEALTH RISKS

    A study found consuming two eggs per day was linked to a 27 percent higher risk of developing heart disease. The finding reopens the...

    Egg
  • By NPR   -   Mar 15, 2019

    HOW 'PEASANT FOOD' HELPED CHEF LIDIA BASTIANICH ACHIEVE HER 'AMERICAN DREAM'

    Bastianich grew up eating farm-to-table meals with her Italian family. After they fled Europe as refugees, she drew on those meals...

    Meal, Italian, Restaurant, American
  • Amid The Unrest In Kashmir, Dal Lake's Floating Produce Market Is A Lifeline By NPR   -   Mar 15, 2019

    AMID THE UNREST IN KASHMIR, DAL LAKE'S FLOATING PRODUCE MARKET IS A LIFELINE

    Kashmir Valley, a place of stunning beauty, has been engulfed by violence for decades. While curfews often grind the rest of life to...

  • Did Cooking Really Give Us The F-Word? By NPR   -   Mar 15, 2019

    DID COOKING REALLY GIVE US THE F-WORD?

    Some linguists are arguing that the advent of softer food thousands of years ago led to changes in biting patterns and, eventually,...

    Cook
  • By NPR   -   Mar 13, 2019

    OHIO MAN GIVES UP FOOD FOR LENT. HE'LL SURVIVE ON BEER

    Del Hall is on a 46 day beer-only fast. On his Day 3 weigh-in, he tweeted that he was doing well and had lost seven pounds. Hall says...

    Beer
  • Commentary: 4 Ways To Reduce Plastics And Other Single-Use Disposables In Your Kitchen By NPR   -   Mar 10, 2019

    COMMENTARY: 4 WAYS TO REDUCE PLASTICS AND OTHER SINGLE-USE DISPOSABLES IN YOUR KITCHEN

    From sandwich bags to paper towels, food prep and storage is rife with products destined for the landfill. Here's how one food writer...

  • By NPR   -   Mar 9, 2019

    INSIDE ITALY'S OLIVE OIL CRISIS

    Curtis Cord, publisher of Olive Oil Times, tells NPR's Scott Simon about the olive oil crisis in Italy resulting from a downturn in...

  • Bay Area's High Cost Of Living Squeezes Restaurant Workers, Chefs And Owners By NPR   -   Mar 7, 2019

    BAY AREA'S HIGH COST OF LIVING SQUEEZES RESTAURANT WORKERS, CHEFS AND OWNERS

    The San Francisco Bay Area is known for its love of fine food. It's also increasingly becoming known as an area where it's almost impossible...

    San Francisco, Restaurant
  • Oregon Wineries Come Together To Save Grapes Rejected For Smoke Taint By NPR   -   Mar 6, 2019

    OREGON WINERIES COME TOGETHER TO SAVE GRAPES REJECTED FOR SMOKE TAINT

    After the Klondike Fire, some growers were also hit with canceled orders. So wineries launched the Oregon Solidarity project, making...

    Wine, Grapes
  • By NPR   -   Mar 5, 2019

    BON APPÉTIT'S NEW PROGRAM BUILDS ON WHAT FANS LOVE ABOUT 'IT'S ALIVE'

    Rachel Martin visits the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen to talk to Brad Leone about his new streaming series It's Alive: Goin' Places .

  • By NPR   -   Mar 5, 2019

    INTERNET CHEESE CHALLENGE IS THE LATEST TO GO VIRAL

    Parents everywhere are tossing slices of American cheese at their babies' faces and recording the reaction. Those reactions range from...

    Cheese, American
  • By NPR   -   Mar 5, 2019

    JOE BEEF CHEF DAVID MCMILLAN ON HOW SOBRIETY CHANGED HIS LIFE AND BUSINESSES

    NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with David McMillan, chef and owner of Joe Beef in Montreal, about how his decision to embrace sobriety...

    Beef
  • Social Media May Sway Kids To Eat More Cookies - And More Calories By NPR   -   Mar 4, 2019

    SOCIAL MEDIA MAY SWAY KIDS TO EAT MORE COOKIES - AND MORE CALORIES

    It's well known that junk food ads on TV can strongly influence what kids want to eat. A study finds social media influencers can have...

  • By NPR   -   Feb 27, 2019

    VIRGINIA BREWERY INSISTS IT IS NOT MARKETING TO CHILDREN

    Smartmouth Brewing is about to debut a beer inspired by Lucky Charms. The cereal has bits of marshmallow, and the beer is brewed with...

    Brewery, Beer
  • Wherefore Art Thou, Gnocchi-o? Fair Verona Has Another Enduring Love Story By NPR   -   Feb 27, 2019

    WHEREFORE ART THOU, GNOCCHI-O? FAIR VERONA HAS ANOTHER ENDURING LOVE STORY

    Though the potato dumplings are found all over Italy, it's only in Verona that the dish inspired a pre-Lent holiday, complete with...

    Potato
  • Will An Appeals Court Make The EPA Ban A Pesticide Linked To Serious Health Risks? By NPR   -   Feb 27, 2019

    WILL AN APPEALS COURT MAKE THE EPA BAN A PESTICIDE LINKED TO SERIOUS HEALTH RISKS?

    Chlorpyrifos has been linked to developmental delays in kids and other health problems. The EPA is fighting a lower court's ruling...