I’ve done Whole30 three times, but my last round with BRIGHT readers from January 1 to 30 was the first time I was totally compliant. Here’s what I learned.
By the time the kids are done with their movie, you’ll have fresh, homemade pasta that everyone at the table will eat every freaking bite of and they will absolutely go back for more.
Americans have always been a spicy bunch, and we always will be. We are the ones who didn’t fit in back in the old country, who couldn’t just get along and play nice with the king.
Don’t get caught in next week’s grocery store crowds or a Gordon Ramsey situation with your extended family. Get an early start on your Turkey Day to-do list.
Here are highlights from the list of crazy foods available at the Texas State Fair this year.
A ‘landmark’ clinical trial finds parents could reduce by 80 percent a susceptible child’s risk of later developing a peanut allergy if they introduce peanut butter to their babies early.
Alarmists have baselessly proclaimed GMOs a hazard, but the same biotech executives who create GMOs have found a market opportunity in environmentalists’ junk science.
When the greatest rivalry of the last few seasons has been the courtroom battle between Tom Brady and Roger Goodell, it’s not hard to see why fans have grown apathetic.
Let’s just pause the vitriol and political drama, and instead enjoy some cakes, puns, and Mary Berry for the day.
It may be allergies, preferences, or special diets. If you’re not used to cooking within the many sets of restrictions out there, here are recipes to get you started.
One of the best lean proteins available on a diet is the simple egg. For only about 70 calories you get 6-plus grams of protein. That’s a pretty good bargain.
Anchovies are wonderfully salty and doused in that garish foodie hipster word ‘umami,’ which subs for what was in a more enlightened time called ‘savory.’
How have Americans changed the way they think about food? Chef Christopher Kimball joins this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour.
It’s almost 4th of July. What better way to celebrate than to taste a bunch of hot dogs and confirm every preconceived notion anyone outside your immediate circle has about you?
Beginning 20 years ago, ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ took readers, and later moviegoers, to a magical world full of incredible detail, rich imagery, and even wizard food!
Maybe the summer’s best sandwich produces a substantial carbon footprint—but I’m pretty sure we need food to live. Print magazines? Not so much.
Tom Colicchio is rounding up his foodie friends, who were pals with the Obamas but now marginalized by the GOP, to fight Congress over the 2018 Farm Bill,
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