Some questionable science has led to dudes sticking their junk into salty condiments, and it needs to stop.
As a hot sauce obsessive, I had to know.
Researchers at City University London have created a device that uses low-level electrical currents to mimic sweet and salty flavours.
New research from Oregon State University suggests that humans can detect a sixth “starchy” taste.
A new study says the average person can’t tell the difference between the two types of whiskey, at least when it comes to the American blends.
A new video released by the American Chemical Society explains exactly why drinking water after you eat spicy food is pretty much the worst thing you can do.
Can you inherit taste preferences from your parents? Why do siblings sometimes grow up with wildly different feelings toward certain foods? We called up Dr. John Prescott, a specialist in the human perception of taste and smell, to find out.