At Project Angel Food, volunteers work alongside a small staff of cooks preparing, packaging, and delivering over 13,000 weekly free meals to those too ill to cook for themselves.
Dec. 21., when the Mayan calendar ends, may not be the end of the world as we know it, but beer masters. inspired by the end of days. feel fine.
The elusive, exclusive McRib McReturns to McDonald's on Dec. 17. Let's review what we know, look at options, cover the basics, take a poll, and looks at photos.
A delegation of chefs from Alice Waters' celebrated Chez Panisse restaurant in Berkeley is in Havana on a mission to spark a revolution in the Cuban diet.
After 51 years, Henry's Tacos in the San Fernando Valley is closing. A few other restaurants in the area have also gone away.
While there seems to be enough avocados to go around, some breeds of the fruit are in danger. Luckily there are people working to save this precious, and delicious, resource.
Some 80 maps were amassed for 'Food: An Atlas,' ranging from surplus in Italy to meat in Maryland. The goal is to spread information about food systems so they can be adapted locally.
For human and animal connoisseurs of luxury on the go, a Southland entrepreneur offers a caviar vending machine, along with escargot and truffles.
If you drink coffee, you may have noticed a growing trend: latte art. It takes a lot of skill to pull off, and it’s become a competition amongst top baristas.
KPCC reporter Leslie Berestein-Rojas gives us a taste of what different families in Southern California bring to the Thanksgiving table.
California raisin concerns are headed to the Supreme Court by way of Horne v. U.S. Department of Agriculture, justices said Tuesday.
Campbell's Soup is repackaging its product in an effort to appeal to the Millennial Generation, but will this younger generation bite?
If the urban legend that Twinkies have an indefinite shelf life is to be believed, fans of the pastry can stock up now. But do Twinkies really last forever?
Skip lunch, ditch the sneakers, and put on your sportcoat, honey, because tonight we're celebrating at the Dal Rae supperclub in Pico Rivera! You'll think you've been somewhere.
The weather is cooling down in Southern California, and Thanksgiving is approaching quickly. In a special weekend segment on AirTalk, Lynne Rossetto Kasper of The Splendid Table answers your holiday food questions.
New York Times food writer Mark Bittman was an outspoken advocate for prop 37, he explains why he thinks the measure failed.