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A pungent, potentially noxious mass of smoke caused by the cooking of meat in a restaurant kitchen.
From wine apartments to sourdough hotels, the top 10 new food words of 2012.
No new posting here for the time being while we find refuge in Massachusetts and wait for PSE&G to restore power to our home in the wake of Sandy.
Building better hash browns.
A London con artist has been jailed for three years after conning his wealthy friends into investing in fine wines which never existed.
New, more detailed information on the barley genome could improve yields, disease resistance, and "hold the key to better beer."
According to new research, following a vegetarian diet could extend life by more than nine years compared to meat-based diets.
"Staring at the sloop like a herring" and other food idioms of the world.
Semiotics, sugar, and spice are at the heart of pumpkin's surge in popularity.
Police are blaming a fire that displaced dozens of people from a southwest Michigan apartment complex on a resident trying to cook a squirrel with a propane torch.
Pop a garlic clove in the microwave for a few seconds to make it easier to peel.
Which bottles are best served with spicy foods.
As corn prices rise, some struggling farmers are saving by feeding their cows chocolate bars, ice cream sprinkles, gummy worms, and marshmallows. While corn goes for about $315 a ton, sprinkles can be had for nearly half the price.
The mayor of Rome has issued an executive order that makes stopping to eat or drink in the city center to prevent damage to historic landmarks.
At a new restaurant in Florence, Italy, called "L'e' Maiala" -- named after a Tuscan saying for "hard times" -- customers may barter for meals in exchange for vegetables and used goods.
According to new research published in Current Biology, scientists say that the "rough" astringent sensations of wine make it easier to eat the "slippery," fatty flavor of meat.
A Florida man died after competing in (and winning) a cockroach-eating contest.
intravenous vitamin therapy is the new "It infusion—the latest health obsession for the celebrity elite
The Guardian on the pleasures of eating goose barnacles.
At the Wine & Culinary International Forum in Barcelona, sommeliers learn science of molecular food and wine matching.