Topics :: Food and Drink

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The Cakes of Smith Island

FOOD/DRINK | Nov 26
On a small island in Chesapeake Bay, multi-layered cakes are a tradition. Now the Smith Island Baking Company is moving ashore.

What's Bad is Good: Butter

FOOD/DRINK | Nov 26
Foodies will welcome any word that things once thought to be bad for your health might actually be good. And one such food, butter, is making a comeback.

Greek Diners

FOOD/DRINK | Nov 18
Our chef-in-residence Bobby Flay pulls up a chair at some celebrated Greek diners in New York and New Jersey to find out how these family businesses are run.

A Beary Thanksgiving Table

FOOD/DRINK | By David Goodman | Nov 5
Now that Halloween is over, Thanksgiving is running at us quickly! So if you're hosting family or friends then we have some great ideas to help you get your very beary thanksgiving table put together.

Blanc de Bleu Gives Back to the LGBT Community.

FOOD/DRINK | By David Goodman | Oct 30
You have heard the old saying about getting ready for your wedding... "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, a sixpence for your shoe"?

10 Foods to Avoid to Improve Your Health and Well-Being

FOOD/DRINK | Oct 18
If you want your health to improve and to feel better every day in the morning, you may need to start eliminating certain troublesome ingredients from your diet.

Gourmet Ganja? Marijuana Dining is Growing Up, Slowly

FOOD/DRINK | By Kristen Wyatt | Oct 15
Chefs are working with marijuana growers to chart the still-very-unscientific world of pairing food and weed.

British Tea is Booming in China, the Drink's Birthplace

CORPORATE | By Leonora Beck | Sep 9
For three centuries, countries in Asia and Africa have been quenching Britons' thirst for tea, supplying dried leaves worth millions of pounds every year. Now, that trend is showing some signs of reversing.

Campbell 'Fresh' Push Falters on Puny Carrots, Drink Recall

CORPORATE | By Candice Choi | Sep 4
Campbell Soup's push to become a bigger player in the fresh foods market has been crimped by puny carrots and possibly spoiled protein drinks.

How Morley Safer Convinced Americans to Drink More Wine

HEALTH | Sep 1
In this classic 60 Minutes story, Morley Safer asked why the French can eat butter and pâté and not suffer high levels of heart disease.

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