After a couple bad experiences with trace amounts of peanuts, I was sent into a spiral of anxiety and fear that took me months to recover from.
For many reasons—money, jealousy, or even a way out of an abusive relationship—poison has remained an effective weapon for women throughout history.
An anonymous "punk" winemaking collective is shaking up France's wine scene. Like the original punks of the 70s, their aim is to bring anarchy—albeit to the elitist wine industry.
Doctors are now warning that drinking the tap water of the city that General Motors almost abandoned could actually permanently lower your IQ.
In many ways, the fruit's colors—which match those of the Palestinian flag and the flag of the Arab Revolt—tell the story of the plight and pride of the Palestinian people throughout generations.
These greasy bachelors are bringing their "food hacks" to the front page of the internet, with disturbing results.
German toxicologists say the 40 new cases of fungi poisoning, including one fatality, are due to recently arrived refugees mistaking the death cap mushroom for harmless varieties found back home.
"I don't see any dog meat here," a protester says to a hostess in a YouTube video of the event. "I thought this was a meat restaurant, yet I don't see any dog meat here."
We spoke to Dwight Eschliman, the photographer behind a new book that serves as a illustrative guide to the powders that make up most processed food.
To me, there is no food item more downright disrespectful to its origins than the burrito. Everything that makes food amazing is lost on this twilight zone wrapped in a flour tortilla.
Freeganism isn't just for poor people or anti-capitalists. People who want the finer things in life (for free) will also dig through the trash for them.
The Bad Bitches—a monthly pop-up group out of Charleston, South Carolina—is entirely operated by women, whose dinners aim to fight sexism in the hospitality industry and foster creativity in the kitchen.
A clandestine group of criminals were recently arrested by Italian authorities for the heinous act of stealing roughly US $875,000 worth of the nation's delicious, iconic Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
During my seven months in jail, I experienced a culinary horror show at the hands of Aramark, a private contractor that has been slammed with accusations of serving rotten and maggot-infested food in prisons across the US.
Unlike previous government shutdowns, it seems more than likely that millions of Americans reliant on food stamps could be left without a thing to eat as a result.
The Sheriff's Garden program at Cook County Jail allows nonviolent felons to maintain a two-acre farm, complete with a beehive, while preparing them to re-enter society as well as the job market.
You don't realise how hard cooking in a prison cell can be until someone tells you their story. I spoke to a number of prisoners, as well as the author of a new book on prison cooking, to find out how to bake when you don't have an oven.
I spoke to a number of prisoners, as well as the author of a new book on prison cooking, to find out how to bake when you don't have an oven.
Nutraloaf, a blend of several different kinds of food mashed together and baked into a flavorless loaf, is still served to prisoners across the country.
I talked to my parents about their respective bartending experiences, which included mixology school, snide clientele, and tricks to play on drunkards. I also learned to neither presume a customer's tipping ability nor fuck with your server.
Clifton's Cafeteria opened at the peak of the Great Depression, and provided "pay what you wish" meals to those down on their luck. Now, it serves sliders and artisanal cocktails to a rapidly gentrifying Downtown LA.
Why would you settle for a koozie-wrapped Bud Light bottle when you can drink out of a three-foot-long plastic cup shaped like a woman's leg—fishnets, high heels, and all?
New Yorkers know you only get so many opportunities in these madcap lives of ours, and when you see Mr. Right—or a plain slice just sitting on the ground—you have to grab it and never let go.
Combining aquaponics and hydroponics, production in Manchester's Biospheric Studio will be completely self-sustainable, something that could change the way we access food in cities.