Why Thousands of Tonnes of Oranges Might Have to Be Destroyed
Farmers in Tunisia are warning that their bumper orange crop may have to be destroyed if buyers for the fruit cannot be found.
I Left the City to Become a Farm Labourer and Here’s What I Learned
Following Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom’s recent plea for young British workers to take up jobs in agricultural labouring, I’ve spent the last month on a Lincolnshire farm.
Why Apple Bobbing Is Actually a Female Fertility Ritual
Apple-bobbing is more than just a watery Halloween game. Throughout history, it has been the dominion of witches, sex, love, and women—an act of enchantment rather than simple pomaceous fondling.
France Is Expected to Produce Ten Percent Less Wine This Year
Unseasonable springtime weather means that French wine production is expected to be down by ten percent compared to last year’s harvest.
North Korea Says Dog Meat Is the Next Superfood
North Korea's state-run news outlets are making a point of running multiple stories extolling the health benefits that supposedly come along with consuming dog meat.
Chef’s Night Out: Harvest
Roy Ellamar of Harvest by Roy Ellamar takes us on and off the Las Vegas Strip to sample cuisine from France to Saigon and almost everywhere in between.