In a time of rising anti-Semitism and growing concern over Syria’s disappearing culinary traditions, In Memory’s Kitchen provides a relevant reminder of the cultural importance of food
A look at the origins of the famous Chinese-American dish.
Photographer Michael Santiago documents the declining number of black farmers in California
A look at how the free communal meal is made at the Golden Temple in Amritsar, India
Considering the Other Costs of the Global Food Crisis: How Escalating Prices Contributed to Shifts in Culture, Diet and Labor
A recent report examines how the global food crisis of 2007–11 altered eating habits, work and social lives in communities worldwide
It depends on how you trace the word “alcohol.” There are two main candidates in this debate: al-koh’l and al-ghawl
Sometimes overshadowed by oil and other sources of revenue, new research indicates ISIS receives a significant profit from agricultural production
Presidential candidate Gary Johnson probably isn’t the person to ask about Syrian city of Aleppo or the pepper named for it
An anthropological look at the growing number of artisanal cheese makers in the U.S.
When it comes to the taste of wine, perceiving can be believing
There's a reason it's said to the camera—artisanal cheese maker Lisa Gottreich shares how she creates the stuff that is guaranteed to bring a smile to the face
Originally introduced by U.K. politicians in the 1990s, the concept of a food desert has been a popular way to approach food insecure regions in the U.S. for over a decade
The United Kingdom's vote to withdraw from the European Union will have an impact the things it eats
A restaurant in Istanbul uses archival palace records to recreate authentic foods from the Ottoman Empire.
New research is the first to show the impact microplastics may have on larval fish.
Migrants have played influential role shaping American taste, but not all contributions have been valued equally
Edibles have become a popular option for cannabis consumption. Since its legalization, there have been issues within this budding field. Some might say marijuana’s relationship with food is much like Cheech and Chong’s--completely entwined but not without its glitches.
Southern foodways provide insight into the ways segregation was developed and maintained during the Jim Crow era
Apple, pumpkin, berry, key lime--no matter what kind, all pies are filled with science.
Japan successfully transformed its diet into one that is healthy and delicious within one generation.