In the 19th century, brand-new chemical preservatives revolutionized America's food supply. But nobody knew what the health effects were of these additives.
"It's hard to describe it in any any other way than deception if you're promoting something as if it works, but there's actually human data to suggest it doesn't."
A new, monumental study found that alcohol is associated with 2.8 million deaths a year worldwide, including about 88,000 Americans.
From Lobster Rolls and Clam Chowder to Portuguese and Jamaican inspired dishes, there's a lot to love about the cuisine of Cape Cod.
Nothing beats a refreshing drink on a hot summer day, so we learn how to make a Sherry Daiquiri and a Venetian Spritz.
North End residents and local business owners are pushing back against the proposal.
Author Michael Twitty on his book "The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History In The Old South."
A new restaurant in Boston's Downtown Crossing is using robots to make its food.
Boston chef Tiffani Faison is one of five finalists for the 2018 James Beard Best Chef: Northeast Award.
Bastianich is the host of the long-running "Lidia's Kitchen" on PBS and co-founder of Eataly marketplace.
Food labeling can actually change how our bodies function and different aromas, like the smell of a grapefruit, can help control our cravings.
How do you eat healthfully? It's simpler than you might think, according to two experts.
In a new report by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Boston ranks 20th out 20 cities in two out of three categories when it comes to opening a food...
Seafood Chef Barton Seaver latest book provides stories and histories of lesser known species of fish and delves into why we should eat them.
Our producers have picked their favorite pieces that they produced in 2017 to share. They join Meghna in studio to talk about the year.
Food Critic Corby Kummer joins us to look back on the year's biggest restaurant openings and food trends, including the reign of poke, the return of bread, and the calling...
As winter settles in, we bring you a special, indulgent hour of desserts: cookies, caramels, chocolate, and a taste of sugar.
The renowned French chef and his granddaughter have a new book of recipes you can make fairly easily with your kids, but as Pépin says, it's really more about that...
As we come up on Thanksgiving, we talk to Yankee Magazine's Amy Traverso about regional New England foods and holiday gifts.