Those of us who use masses of garlic in pretty much everything wield our methods with pride, because garlic is an essential part of food that has actual flavor.
The EU may begin targeting businesses in Israel in the name of neutrality, but the ramifications will be anything but neutral.
We need to talk about how awful Keurig machines are.
Hunt’s, the company known for making tomato products, has officially apologized for assuming the sex of its canned sloppy Joe mix.
A new NYC Chinese restaurant is providing fresh fodder for keyboard warriors to yell at a cringeworthy fitness-nutritionist lady with callous branding.
Did a minor tweak to the application of Roman Catholic law doom the formerly ubiquitous anchovy pizza? And, if so, what can that tell us about religion?
If your friend’s friend cooks organic vegan tacos and only shops at the local farmer’s market, who cares? Cheesy broccoli in the oven is better than an artisan salad from the refrigerated section.
Cory Booker was asked how to make a margarita. He said ice, fruit, and vodka.
If you are what you eat, Cory Booker is the vegan cheese of politicians.
The way these self-designated culture cops bully everyone else into submission only demonstrates they are power hungry. They push cultural isolation and segregation.
Too often, medical research is stunted by cronyism, bad incentives, and lack of competent peer review. And it all comes at the expense of taxpayers.
Trying to make changes this year? Or hosting friends and family on a diet? This list might come in handy.
Don’t mess up the classics. And if a restaurant puts parsley on the hallowed dish, leave immediately, or fear for your taste buds.
Now I believe people should limit meat and dairy consumption for ethical reasons. My son was right––we have a moral imperative to reduce animal suffering.
Washington Post columnist Megan McArdle discusses The Weekly Standard, the best kitchen gadget gifts, and what to make for Christmas dinner this year.
Don’t be fooled by silly or gimmicky bar products. Drink-making is one of the oldest, most fun traditions in the world, and doesn’t require nifty gadgets that will get lost in a drawer for years.
In honor of Thanksgiving, let’s all remember where our fine food comes from––starting with the turkey that adorns our tables.
Kids and adults rush into the kitchen at the end of the day, famished and ready to eat, all asking at once the dreaded question, ‘What’s for supper?’ Here’s your answer.
The American people can tell the difference between coconut and dairy milk without the help of Food and Drug Administration regulators, thanks.
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