For one Vermont couple, "local" doesn't mean heading to the farmers market. It means finding a natural salad bar at your picnic spot — or maybe even in your backyard.
Clara Polito might only be 16, but she runs her own vegan baking company and has dreams of opening up a bakery before she turns 20.
Water sommelier Martin Riese, creator of 9OH2O, demonstrates why the taste of water you're drinking is as important as even the finest wines.
The martini has been called "the only American invention as perfect as the sonnet." But is this cocktail perfectly American?
Major food companies are trying to capitalize on the latest food trend: The homemade look.
Soylent is pitched as an all-in one nutritional drink that has all of the nutrients that your body needs. But can it really do what it claims?
From Winston Churchill to author E.B. White, a "martini" means cold gin and nothing more. Here's why they're wrong.
The Empress Pavilion, known for its dim sum, is no more. What does that mean for Chinatown? Is it the L.A. landmark that it once was?
There's been at least 30 cases of hepatitis linked to frozen berries. What can consumers do to protect themselves? Good hygiene by pickers remains best practice.
Producer Meghan McCarty sets out on a foraging expedition to find out which edible plants (and creatures) can be found right in our backyards.
The Pulitzer-winning food critic's list of the best restaurants in Southern California came out Thursday, with Providence in Hancock Park topping the charts.
Take a second look at your next sushi order, you might find a strange garnish sitting upon the back of your salmon skin roll.
Just how many free samples is too many? Dan Pashman of The Sporkful podcast and blog joins the show with some tips.
Claiming Taco Bell stole his idea, a federal inmate wrote the FBI, the IRS, requested documents via the Freedom of Information Act and then sued, filing a 35-page handwritten complaint this week.
Crawford High School in San Diego's City Heights neighborhood is one of the most diverse schools in the nation. Now one local university professor dreamed up a way to share some of that culinary richness, while capitalizing on America's obsession with cooking shows.
Employee burns to death inside industrial pressure cooker; Bumble Bee tuna processing plant cited and fined
The body of a 62-year-old worker was found last October inside an industrial oven at the company's tuna processing plant in Santa Fe Springs, California.