St. Patrick's Day in Ireland is actually a stay-at-home day on which many pubs are closed, writes chef Cathal Armstrong in his new cookbook, 'My Irish Table.'
Ming Tsai of public-television's 'Simply Ming' shares an East-West recipe and other food traditions to honor the Year of the Horse.
Turkey recipes for Thanksgiving range from brining, deep frying, and the more traditional oven roast. Here's a traditional rub recipe for a roasted turkey.
Thanksgiving recipes are the building blocks for a successful Thanksgiving dinner. If you are heading to the grocery store this weekend, consider some of these online resources for finding familiar recipes, new twists on traditional favorites, and tips for a stress-free meal.
Marcella Hazan, who taught Americans to love and cook Italian food, will be remembered for her dry wit, wisdom, and really good pasta sauce.
The Food Network has dropped Paula Deen from her roster for admitting to making racial comments. Is this the end for the Southern food star? Fans hash it out on social media networks.
Twinkies make a sweet return to supermarket shelves in July, pitting them against Watermelon Oreos in what's shaping up to be a summer of one-upmanship in the packaged dessert business.
Michelle Obama and Epicurious have announced the 54 recipe winners representing each US state and territory. The children will join the first lady for a healthy lunch and a tour of the White House kitchen garden.
As the growing season swings into full gear, head to your local farmers' market or even the produce section of the grocery store and load up on fresh vegetables to participate in National Eat Your Vegetables Day.
Vegetable-focused and meatless meals are finding wider acceptance and celebration among European chefs, home cooks, and even school children.
For the second Kids' State Dinner to be held in the summer of 2013, Michelle Obama and others invite American schoolchildren to submit healthy recipes to be served at the dinner.
Take a four-week culinary history webinar with Stir It Up! editor Kendra Nordin. The course will explore early food movements in the 1800s up to modern day practices of 'eating local' and urban homesteading.
One man's solution to the food desert in South Central, Los Angeles.