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- Jan 23 20175 minutes
‘I Finally Made Peace With Food’
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- Jan 16 20172 minutes
The Growing Fight Against Food Fraud
WHEN YOU’RE SHOPPING AT THE grocery store, you probably expect that the olive oil you see came from, well, olives. And that the organic vegetables were never exposed to toxic chemicals, the cod fillet is sliced from a member of the cod species and th
- Jan 23 20174 minutes
Chefs Who Shed The Weight
Talk about temptation! How 5 cooks dropped serious pounds despite working in the food world
- Jan 23 20171 minute
Unconventional? Yes. But eating fast food, boring food and even school-cafeteria food helped these people achieve results
- Feb 10 20176 minutes
Protein Powder And The Promise Of Transformation
18-30 grams of protein and a lot of internalized ideas about masculinity per serving
- Feb 9 201710 minutes
Raising the American Weakling: There are two very different interpretations of our dwindling grip strength.
When she was a practicing occupational therapist, Elizabeth Fain started noticing something odd in her clinic: Her patients were weak. More specifically, their grip strengths, recorded via a hand-held dynamometer, were “not anywhere close to the norm
- Jan 17 20177 minutes
The Limits of Sugar Guidelines
Is there a danger in governments offering too-specific advice on sugar consumption?
- Jan 22 20171 minute
Assessing the latest options in the H20 aisle—alkaline, boxed, Ice Age–era. PLUS: A tasting with Adam Platt.
- Feb 5 20175 minutes
The Healthy-Lifestyle Curriculum
At Perea Preschool in Memphis, Tennessee, lesson plans come with a heaping portion of nutrition.
- Feb 1 20173 minutes
Lost In The Supermarket
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- Nov 1 20164 minutes
1 The Outbreak
On October 19, 2015, Jared Hines, a 21-year-old college senior, went to a Chipotle restaurant near downtown Seattle for dinner. He ordered a chicken burrito with white cilantro-lime rice, black and pinto beans, pico de gallo, corn salsa, cheese, and
- Jan 8 20172 minutes
The Best New Restaurants
1 Le Coucou There may be more innovative new restaurants around town and venues that offer more bang for the proverbial buck. But the increasingly rare and elusive combination of big-money ambition, old-fashioned grandeur, and focused talent makes D
- Jan 20 20174 minutes
Lauren Bush: Follow These Steps to End World Hunger
Every day, roughly one in nine people around the world do not know where their next meal is coming from.
- Feb 5 20171 minute
Wet Hot American Sandwich
The century-old French dip is all the rage.
- Feb 5 20171 minute
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- Nov 1 20152 minutes
How to Stay Healthy While You're On the Road
By any mortal standard, Yamandu Perez’s workout regime is impressive. The Chicago-based restaurant and bar owner, who did four Ironman races in one calendar year, routinely rises at 6 a.m. to run, bike or swim before pulling into the office. When he
- Dec 12 20163 minutes
An Energy Drink That Tastes Of The Amazon
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- Oct 10 20161 minute
Mario Batali Black & White Cookies
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- Sep 1 20161 minute
Instead of Paris, Try… Montreal
WHY Montreal really is a lot like Paris. There’s the French part, of course—the City of Saints is the most bilingual urban destination in North America. A Unesco City of Design, it’s très belle as well as a great eating town, with 6,000-plus establis
- Jun 1 20143 minutes
Hampton Creek Reinvents the Egg
The San Francisco startup has developed a plant-based substitute that's both cheaper and healthier than the real thing.
- Dec 13 20162 minutes
Big In Japan: Tiny Food
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- Aug 21 20163 minutes
Scandinavian for Carbs
You could go to the Great Northern Food Hall just for the bread, but that’s only one of the delicious things you’ll find there.
- Aug 1 20162 minutes
Rain Never Hurts Ice Cream Sales in This U.S. City
These ice cream entrepreneurs dish on demographics, local flavors and how hot-weather businesses survive rainy days.
- Dec 25 20162 minutes
In Conversation: A Jewish Grandma And A Korean Grandma On Their Dumplings
We brought two longtime dumpling-makers together—Anna Gershenson, a Latvian immigrant and kreplach fanatic, and Sanok Kim, a mandu expert from Korea—to talk craft and compare each other’s creations.
- Jan 22 201712 minutes
The Chef Of The Future Makes Only One Dish Crab Bisque à La Robot.
A FEW WEEKS BEFORE CHRISTMAS, I FLEW ACROSS THE ATLANTIC INTO OUR CULINARY FUTURE, WHERE A ROBOT WOULD COOK ME A BOWL OF FANCY SOUP. Like most of us, I’ve eaten food prepared by a robot before. On my flight from New York to London, for example, the
- Nov 28 20161 minute
Hot Guys in the Kitchen
These stars are a perfect complement to any meal
- Dec 15 20164 minutes
What If Consumers Just Want to Buy Junk Food?
Americans may say they’re seeking out healthier fare, but sales figures tell a different story.
- Feb 19 20174 minutes
The Shake Shack Of Sushi
L.A. import Sugarfish wants to democratize the fine art of omakase.
- Oct 10 20164 minutes
Why I Had Weight-Loss Surgery
THE CREATOR OF PLUS-SIZE HEROINES WASN’T AIMING TO BE THIN—SHE JUST WANTED TO FEEL LIKE HERSELF