Roasted Carrots with Tahini and Honey Recipe
Slightly sweet and a little bit nutty, just like you.
Easy Minestrone Recipe
You’ve gotta learn the classics at some point.
The perfect accompaniment to almost any dinner.
Caramelized Onion and Potato Gratin Recipe
We love you, mashed potatoes, but we love this dish more.
This 18-Carat Gold 'Kale Cuff' Can Be Yours for the Low Price of $1,400
So, what happens when you combine two of the most obnoxious trends of the last decade—ostentatious luxury jewelry intended to show the world that the wearer is “charitable,” and kale?
This Ghanaian Home Cook Makes Some of London’s Best Vegan Student Food
Maame Ororiwaa started with a one-off food stall at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies two years ago. Now, she serves weekly £4 lunches of jollof rice, peanut stew, and fried plantain—all vegan and all prepared in her tiny home kitchen.
Scientists Have Created a Plant That Grows ‘Egg and Chips’
The invention is actually a dual-cropping plant that grows both eggplant (that's the "egg") and potatoes (chips—geddit?). Those horticulturalists sure do love their wordplay!
Burmese Opium Farmers Make the Best Rice Wine
U Mint Aung, village chief of a tiny community in the opium fields of Eastern Myanmar brings out a clay pot brimming with multi-coloured grains. The thing looks like a trendy smoothie. But it’s home-brewed rice wine.
Nathan A. Thompson
Mangelwurzels Make the Creepiest Jack-o-Lanterns
In the Somerset town of Hinton St. George, locals mark Halloween with "Punkies," hollowed-out mangolds or mangelwurzels (a type of beetroot) containing a lit candle.
These University Students Are Swapping Booze for Beekeeping and Vegetables
Sustainability initiatives that see university grounds given over to beekeeping, chickens, and vegetable-growing in a bid to create "edible campuses" are becoming increasingly popular with British students.
Fruits and Vegetables Are Now Helping Make Sex Safer
Just when you thought PR for fruits and vegetables couldn’t get any better, they’re now helping to make your favorite past time healthier.
Astronauts Are About to Eat the First Vegetables Grown in Space
Today, astronauts aboard the International Space Station will sample the first vegetable ever to have been grown in space: red romaine lettuce.