Imagine a chocolate-chip cookie packed with omega-3 fatty acids. Or a pizza loaded with something more than cheese -- such as ingredients that fight chronic disease.
With corn's golden luster dulled by fallen price, US farmers weigh planting more soybeans
NYC restaurants are already rolling out the turf carpet for his year's Super Bowl
Amsterdam's pragmatic approach to problem alcoholics: pay them in beer, let them work buzzed
Yuengling Ice Cream, born out of a beer maker's need to stay in business during prohibition, is back in business.
A traditional lunch hour is increasingly reserved for fewer U.S. workers. A new workplace survey finds almost half of office workers take 30 minutes or less for their lunch break.
Mass. monks brewing 'Spencer Trappist Ale,' beer blessed by their exacting European brothers
It's an event many diners look forward to, but one columnist says D.C.'s Restaurant Week is overrated and overpriced.
Get your burrito lightning fast with a vending machine.
Hershey rolls out Nutella competitor as Americans spread more chocolate on food
Dr. Drew, One Minute Clinic
Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley of Cleveland Park's Ripple is opening a second restaurant in Adams Morgan at 2446 18th St. NW, the former location of the popular bar, The Reef.
There are ways to build better salads. Here are a few ideas to fill you up and leave you feeling light.
San Francisco city attorney, New York attorney general team up to investigate Monster company
Michelle Obama turns self-described '50 and fabulous' Friday, says now more confident in self
Go For the Food: Inside and outside stadium, many options in New Jersey for Super Bowl foodies
Don't believe everything you read on labels!
A customer loyalty card-of-sorts is creating quite a buzz among D.C.'s coffee drinkers.
Whiskey insiders: Ky. bourbon truly American, even when foreign companies own distilleries