I know racial profiling is bad, and there’s nothing intrinsically Muslim about the Filet-O-Fish, but it has become part of our food tradition.
If adding bacon to the sandwiches was a mistake, it was a mistake made 14 times.
“Muslims and non-Muslims, we’ve all ignored that reality in how our food is produced,” says Lutfi Radwan, co-founder of Willowbrook Farm in Oxfordshire.
This is by no means the first time that Cadbury has found itself falsely accused of whitewashing Easter.
Muna, her husband, and five sons fled their war torn hometown of Fallujah for Cambodia two years ago. Now in Phnom Penh, the family runs a restaurant recreating traditional Iraqi dishes with a makeshift oven and improvised ingredients.
What will hot dogs be called now in Malaysia?
We explore what happens when Islam's traditions meld with modern innovations to create the sort of lifestyle most non-Muslims wouldn't picture.
At a time when Australia’s Muslim population is in the crosshairs of a resurgent far-right movement, the East-meets-West creation known as the halal snack pack has become a defiant icon of the country’s cultural and ethnic diversity.
A 48-year-old Pakistani man who is awaiting deportation from Japan has begun a hunger strike after he discovered that he was being fed ham at the Yokohama immigration facility where he is being held.
Gianna Toboni goes on a riveting tour of Gitmo, uncovering the very interesting politics of the camp's kitchen—and finding out what the food is like for the prisoners that aren't on hunger strike.
Pro-Israeli students started a rival to a take-away that criticised the US's role in the conflict.
For the last time: halal doesn't fund terrorism.