Celebrity chef Bobby Flay opened Bobby's Burger Palace number 16 on Tuesday in Westfield Montgomery Mall.
Chicken litter is valued by many crop farmers in Delaware and along Maryland's Eastern Shore for its use as a nutrient-filled fertilizer, and poultry growers in the area often have excess litter from their chickens. Ellis took advantage of that supply and demand and turned it into a business, taking excess chicken litter from growers and selling it to local crop farmers.
Go For the Food: Yoder's packs 'em in with pie, Amish comfort food in Sarasota
Less than 7 months after opening, Fatshorty's in Clarendon is set to close.
Whole Foods' spread across the District continues: The high-end organic grocer is coming to the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood.
Men are literally bringing home the bacon as 50 percent of them are now the primary shoppers in their family.
Georgetown's newest wine destination, Eno, opened Friday at 2810 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, next door to the Four Seasons hotel.
Dr. Drew, One Minute Clinic
After 20 years of teaching Americans to eat _ if not cook _ Food Network is still at the stove
Honeybees may be struggling worldwide, but Maryland is seeing a boom in amateur beekeepers.
Dairy farmers use motion detectors to decide when it's breeding time; cuts drug, labor costs
Virginia's craft breweries are gaining national recognition after winning several awards at a national competition.
Raise a glass to The Night's Watch!
America's 12 largest supermarkets and retailers are failing to curb their hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) emissions, adding large amounts of greenhouse gas to the environment, a new report published Thursday finds.
Frog-eating French have unlikely company: dig near Stonehenge suggests early Britons ate toad
Trading paces: West Point cadets cook, culinary students march in novel exchange
EU draft report: Olive oil, fish and organic face risks of fraud
There may be some thieves out there getting very drunk -- or at least a little bit richer.
Chipotle's 3rd-quarter profit rises on stronger sales as it draws more burrito fans
With weather projected to remain mild this weekend, and leaves transforming into fall colors, it's the perfect time to take advantage of outdoor events. And in the D.C. area, those events are all about craft beer and art.