When it comes to North American cuisine, Indigenous foods don't typically come to mind. Chef Sean Sherman is changing that by serving food that celebrates and preserves his ancestors' Lakota cooking.
The study makes use of lunar soil samples collected from Apollo 11, 12 and 17.
States have been asked to increase accessibility of baby formula for recipients of the low-income program. And the Food and Drug Administration is looking at ways to make it easier to import formula.
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Rick Martínez about his new cookbook Mi Cocina: Recipes and Rapture from My Kitchen in Mexico.
Ukraine is one of the world's biggest producers of wheat, corn and sunflower oil. Officials say 30% of farmland is now occupied or unsafe. "My fields were destroyed by the shelling," one farmer says.
Palestinian-Syrian chef Reem Assil shares what she's making for Eid al-Fitr and what the holiday means to her.
Texas closed most public oyster reefs for harvesting, dealing a blow to the fishing industry. "It's taken a big toll on me," says Johny Jurisich, whose family has worked in the business for decades.
The Ramadan fast is usually followed by a feast. In Hyderabad, India, that feast is dominated by haleem, a meat and lentil stew pounded into paste and flavored with rose petals, cinnamon and cardamom.
There have been no confirmed reports of illnesses or adverse reactions related to consumption of the ground beef, which was shipped to stores nationwide, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has further fueled already high food and energy costs, hitting the poorest people hardest.
In his new book Pizza Quest, Peter Reinhart describes his spiritual obsession with what he calls "the ultimate comfort food."
Collards were once as diverse as the Southern families they fed, but countless varieties have vanished. The race is on to preserve and propagate. That's where the Heirloom Collard Project comes in.
Deb Perelman, the founder of Smitten Kitchen, answers your anonymous questions on clutter and hosting.
As Muslim students across the country began fasting for Ramadan, colleges have stepped up efforts to make them feel more included on campus.