We interviewed the author of Happy Healthy Pooch, a new cookbook that tells you how to make vegan dog food.
See Mistress Cook is a food blog for lovers of foraging and fine dining who also like their meals with a side of whips, ropes, and leather.
How can a distilled spirit somehow lose its caloric content? It's the alcohol itself that carries the calories. Can there be a protein-less steak or a carb-less potato?
The North Farm Training Institute aims to teach people in the Northwest Territories how to produce their own food and break their dependence on the often unaffordable, unhealthy options at their grocery stores.
Inside a corral of golden contradictions, disgusting food, and good ol' fashioned American gluttony.
Everyone likes ice cream and sex—what's not to like? So goes the thinking of the British company behind aphrodisiac-spiked dessert, Vice Cream.
The SA state government has just trialled a new GM-free soil program that some are heralding as the future of agriculture.
Once you've reached a certain point in life, any X amount of dollars past that won't make you happier. I meet plenty of miserable rich bastards who are angry about all these things. They should be happy and live wonderful lives. But they're just people.
The popularity of plant-based diets may be on the rise, but they are still overwhelmingly taken up by women. In order to find out why, I asked two very different experts: Cro-Mags frontman John Joseph, and radical feminist Carol J. Adams.
At long last, Australia is finally opening up its heart to raw-milk cheese. And don't worry—it's safer than ever.
Zauo takes the idea of "farm-to-table" and feeds it a barnful of meth.
Award-winning sommelier, Kathrine Larsen is lending her palate to non-alcoholic drinks. She suggests pairing apple juice with fish, but isn't a fan of synthetic fizzy drinks.
Coachella's recent drive to amp up the culinary offerings at the music festival presents an awesome opportunity for experimentation. The only problem is that everyone's on drugs.
A popular news broadcaster for KBS even proclaimed that she was "laughing and crying over one bag of chips" and uploaded a picture of her decadently sitting in a fur coat in an SUV holding up the famously elusive golden yellow bag.
In this episode of Sex + Food, host Kimberly Kane meets "feedee" Tammy Jung, a woman who experiences sexual pleasure from eating massive amounts of food and being fed.
After dropping out of school, I worked as a croupier in London's exclusive members' clubs: a world where mega rich players are comped with whatever food they desire from Michelin-starred chefs.
It was the week of public almond-shaming, but here's the thing: the state's insatiable weed habit could be far more wasteful than its nut-crunching proclivities.
Scientists are hoping that a detailed map of the pain receptor associated with wasabi and horseradish can help them design better analgesic medicine.
Before I appeared on Top Chef or started my Austin restaurant Qui, I was broke and making a living as a bad drug dealer. But soon I settled into the Texas cooking scene, coming up the ranks and constantly refining my approach to cuisine.
In this edition of Stranger Than Flickton, our new Flickr-inspired column, we tackle two of our favorite subjects: wine and group sex.
There's already been Easy Rider-inspired stuff quail and "Baby Blue" wild mushroom risotto. But with Michael Voltaggio on board, we're going big.
We talked to Chef Q, a chef who enjoys cooking for womens' shelters as much as she does filthy rich, eccentric boxers.
A German scientist has found a method of determining what sex an egg embryo will become, three days after it has been laid. Male embryos can be destroyed painlessly, ending the egg industry's culling of "useless" male chicks.
In this episode of FUEL, we follow Randy Santel—world-class professional eater and proud owner of foodchallenges.com—during his month-long European tour where he takes on a new food challenge everyday.