Cooking meat for a long time over relatively low temps can transform a tough cut. Who thought it up? And what's the chemical magic? You might be surprised by the origins.
Sure, they're tasty, but packaged snacks and meals can be packed with sugar, salt and a list of unpronounceable ingredients. So what are they doing to your health? Scientists are trying to find out.
Fans of Georgia peaches may have a tough time finding them this summer as a mix of long-term climate trends and a spate of bad weather added up to an almost entire loss of the state’s crop.
Researchers with Children's Healthcare of Atlanta found a new skin patch with tiny amounts of peanut protein helped kids under age 4 better tolerate peanut exposure.
I started my Vietnamese cooking blog to preserve my family's recipes. It taught me that heritage is about mixing what I've been taught with my own experiences, and cooking up something entirely new.
The NIH will track the diets and lifestyles of 10,000 people to see how genetics, biology and the microbiome impact people's health. The study will use AI to tailor individual diet advice.
Italian officials convened crisis talks last week to address the price of pasta, which was up a whopping 17.5% year-over-year in March. But it's far from the only country seeing a rise in food prices.
A new cookbook offers kitchen techniques that reduce physical exertion. It aims to make home cooking accessible again for those with chronic back pain.
Every dish tells a story for the award-winning New York chef, who creates menus inspired by his Nigerian, creole and South Bronx roots.
Across the country, schools are reporting rising cafeteria debt, and fewer kids are enrolling in their free and reduced price programs. Many states are moving to make meals free for all kids again.
A fresh batch of federal funding is being made available to Georgia farmers who are in the process of transitioning to organic crop production and seeking USDA organic-certified status. The deadline to apply is June 15.
Bibb County Schools are seeing success in a monthslong pilot of a program aimed at empowering students to help steer food to their hungry classmates.
Belgian customs destroyed a shipment of 2,352 cans of Miller High Life after the Champagne trade body called foul over the "Champagne of Beers" slogan.
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: No Borders, Just Flavors! series, You Must Remember This podcast, and Fenne Lily's new album.
Lineage Logistics said it chose Port Wentworth due to its close proximity to the Port of Savannah.