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.
Nestle Crunch's limited-edition Girl Scout Candy Bars are returning for a second year, and will be available through a special online presale beginning Thursday afternoon.
The Alabama legislature has approved a bill making it legal to brew beer at home. If Gov. Robert Bentley signs the bill, homebrewing will be legal in all 50 states.
The street food scene in LA is a vibrant and varied world, but if you need some guidance navigating it, there's no one better to turn to than Bill Esparza.
Anya Schodorf owns Café de Leche with her husband, Matt. Accused of helping to gentrify the neighborhood, the Latina cafe owner says, "I don't understand why Latinos can't be successful and creative and have something nice."
Candy makers and sugar farmers have been fighting for years in Congress. The sugar farmers are winning.
Scientific research shows that at low doses, caffeine improves performance on mental tasks, especially in people who are already tired.
A culture that values the beauty of the ephemeral has brought us a new level of art in foam. Think clovers and hearts are impressive? Wait till you see these Japanese latte drawings.
"The Espresso," a newspaper for "cafe society," captures the local coffee shop scene with juicy vignettes in a gossip column. The publisher says he was inspired by European periodicals written for the cafe intelligentsia.
Coffee is social stimulant, solitary pleasure and intellectual catalyst. It also connects us to far corners of the globe. From small specialty farms in Guatemala to industrial operations in Brazil, the morning cup of Joe makes quite a journey.
A new study says filtering beer with diatomaceous earth could boost levels of arsenic. But it's not clear whether this poses a health risk.
A second lawsuit has been filed against Doheny Glatt Kosher Meat Market and its owner Michael Engelman, alleging battery, fraud and emotional distress.
Believe it or not, there's a veritable subculture of otherwise healthy people who simply don't like eating real food. But liquid meal replacements may not be their best bet if they want an alternative.
Saccharomyces cerevisiae is poised to become the nation's first official state microbe. Oregon is grateful for all the yeast has done for the state's booming beer industry.