These books help eaters find the most nutritious and delicious produce at the supermarket, provide recipes that are good for teen chefs, educate readers about the importance of saving indigenous seeds, and provide home cooks the inspiration they need to start canning and preserving.
Celebrity chef John Besh is helping local farmers and entrepreneurs in Lousiana through his charity. Besh and his foundation give small loans for farmers in the post-Hurricane Katrina era.
Along the shores of New York Harbor, scientists are investigating whether mussels, a hardy bivalve, might be grown in urban areas as a way of cleaning coastal waters of sewage, fertilizers, and other pollutants.
Ann Mah's novel, 'Kitchen Chinese: A Novel About Food, Family and Finding Yourself' celebrates life changes, Chinese culture, and most importantly, regional Chinese dishes. This special blog post contains an interview with the author, and one of her favorite recipes.
The James Beard Award winning website Food52.com has crowd-sourced another cookbook with its signature charming style.
President Obama is to attend a fundraiser Monday in trendy 'NoMad' district in New York. Quick, where is that? Even New Yorkers aren't sure.
A gardener and a chef give tips on growing and cooking with lavender -- and rice -- including a great recipe.
Ricotta is a substantial filling for other dishes but it can also stand on its own as a low-fat, high protein dessert.