Whether your preferred brew is coffee or beer, Starbucks may be able to satisfy your craving.
Trade Roots (5852 Washington Blvd) in Westover has expanded with a new cafe.
A new book delves into how to fight food lures all around you.
Western Md. prison celebrates food donations totaling 5 tons of inmate-grown produce
FDA revises food safety rules ahead of 2015 deadline in an effort to appease wary farmers
Starbucks tests latte using chocolatey stout sauce
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Cut back on salt, and you might dodge a heart attack or stroke. Here's how to lower your sodium intake.
Michigan-based Carhartt celebrates 125th anniversary with beer tour that kicks off in Detroit
Food tasters have worked in Medieval courts, royal palaces and presidential estates. But what's a food taster's role in modern society?
From alpha-tocophero to beta-carotene, here's what you need to know -- and why you shouldn't worry.
Don't fall prey to quackery or feel like you need to go it alone.
New standards to require California-produced olive oil be tested for purity, properly labeled
Del Frisco's CEO Mark Mednansky has been passing through D.C. quite a bit in recent weeks, and not just because his Dallas-based company is about to open the city's swankiest new steakhouse, Del Frisco's Double Eagle.
A party in a glass!
Apple, cranberry, maple and other flavors of fall serve a purpose beyond being baked into pies, whipped into sides and simmered in sauces -- they're great in cocktails too.
Depending how you do it, snacking can be beneficial or disastrous.
Poison experts say more and more adolescents are trying to boost workouts or balance school, jobs and sleep with homemade energy drinks made with caffeine powder that can provide lethal doses of caffeine to unaware users.
The dueling bacon and vegan festivals near Nationals Park this weekend feel like an artisanal altercation waiting to happen.
USDA approves new modified corn and soybean seeds designed to resist popular weed killer
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