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Italian food writ large is more than just pizza, pasta with marinara sauce and chicken parm. It's a tapestry of 20 unique regions, each with their own characters and unique...
These recipes come from three of Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst's favorite 2018 cookbooks.
Looking for a gift for the chef on your list? Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst says this year was another great one for cookbooks.
It works on inflammation, on glucose metabolism, on weight and blood pressure and more -- and even if you only adopt it partially, researchers say, the Mediterranean diet can improve...
A new long-term study of American women found those following a Mediterranean-style diet had a reduced risk for heart attack, stroke and vascular death.
Some farmers and scientists are arguing for oversight of a new generation of gene-edited food, made through a process called CRISPR.
Researchers are developing AI to promote smarter fishing. And private companies are working on alternatives -- including bioengineered fish and even fish flesh grown in laboratories.
As taste buds shift and December’s temperatures drop, the intrepid brewers among us embrace the chance to experiment with palate-warming, winter ingredients.
Despite social media backlash, Harvard professor Eric Rimm explains why he still believes Americans should eat fewer fries, and parents should be careful how they train their children's eating habits.
The shortage in the former Soviet Union in the 1990s created an opportunity for Bush to strike a deal to sell American surplus dark-meat chicken.
If you've been on social media at all this week, you've probably seen the indignation and utter outrage over Harvard's Eric Rimm and French fries.
The beer guild contends that payments for coveted tap lines in bars were legal discounts. But a lower court ruled last year that because only certain bars could get them,...
Resident chef Kathy Gunst brings two of her favorite cookie recipes to trade with the Here & Now staff — and we crowdsource a couple of our own.
James Beard Award-winning author Dorie Greenspan joins us on her latest cookbook, "Everyday Dorie: The Way I Cook." It's a collection of simple, beautiful recipes that don't require special skills...
Producers of bacanora are hoping to sell more of the spirit on the international market. But some worry popularizing it could mean sacrificing its traditions.
With a new generation of gene-edited food on the way, it's time to ask: If a label promises you better nutrition through CRISPR, how do you feel about that?
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson learns more from nutritionist and author Keri Gans about the booming business of products like cleansing teas, detox packets and shakes.
Nutritionists in Mexico are hoping the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement addresses a problem they've been seeing since NAFTA went into effect in the 1990s.
The CDC says some romaine lettuce is safe to eat after an E. Coli outbreak. While some stores are opting to start selling the produce, others never stopped.
The holiday season is in full swing, which means cinnamon is picking up in popularity. But the ingredient has uses beyond cookies and cakes.