Breakfast Around the World
Breakfast is the first meal of the day. Some people love it! They look forward to breaking their nighttime fast with a big meal. Others may like to eat something small. For those who skip breakfast all together – this article might not be for you!
McDonald’s Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Big Mac
McDonald’s is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its world famous Big Mac.
Asian Cuisine Fastest-Growing in U.S.
Asian food is the fastest-growing cuisine in the United States.
The World's Latest Healthiest Diet
In the United States, fad diets come and go. It is sometimes hard to keep track of them all. However, one diet that always makes the list of healthiest is the Mediterranean Diet.
Would Americans Let Edible Insects Come to Dinner?
It may sound sickening to some of you, but many people can and do eat insects.
Japanese Cuisine at Washington's Sakura Matsuri
The yearly National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., has come to an end. One of its final events was a huge celebration of Japanese arts and culture.
In Vietnam, Beer Is Big Business.
In Vietnam, beer is big business.
Young people fill large, newly built beer halls for drinks after a long day. Foreigners are launching small businesses and making their own beer in the country.
US, Britain Clash Over Farming Issues During Trade Talks
Britain and the United States have opened exploratory talks on a trade agreement.
Group Uses Leftover Food to Feed the Hungry
Every year around the world, humans waste an estimated 1.3 billion tons of food.
Meatballs Around the World
You may not know it, but March 9 is a day to celebrate the meatball.
American Burgers Outsell Baguettes in France
You might think a sandwich made with baguette bread is the most popular food in France. But think again. The French are going crazy for hamburgers.
Food Colors: Natural or Not?
The color of food can send important messages about its quality.
Scientists Say New Diet May Save Planet
Scientists in London say they have found the best diet for both humans and the planet.
Chocolate's Story Older Than Once Thought
Humans may have been enjoying cacao, the substance used to make chocolate, for much longer than experts had thought.
West Virginia Cook-off Celebrates Unusual Foods
Would you like to try turtle soup? How about a thicker, richer-tasting gumbo made with alligator meat? Or perhaps you would like a helping of chili made with bear meat.
Pho, Ramen or Soba? Google's Noodle Report
Do you prefer ramen, pho or soba?
The Health Benefits of Seaweed
Seaweed describes plants and algae that grow in oceans, lakes, rivers and other bodies of water.
Can You Copyright the Taste of Food?
The European Union’s highest court has dismissed an attempt by a Dutch cheese maker to copyright its cream cheese.
WHO Wants to Remove Trans Fats from Food
There may be something in your food that you cannot see and cannot taste. But it could be killing you.
Football Fans at World Cup Experience Russian Food
Croatians and Frenchmen are set to cheer for their teams in the final match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow on Sunday. For others, there is a choice between pelmeni or khachapuri.