Restaurants, white and black; lost heat source found; drought-proofing Italy; pasta and gastronationalism
If you really want to do good by spending more on your coffee, you need to look beyond Fair Trade and other certification schemes.
A plant breeder whose products millions love has died.
Science continues to be astonished that traditional foodways are actually good for the people who evolved them.
Sugar mystery, miller history, walnut filler, salmon thriller. And, er, fresh green beans.
An article headline in Mother Jones screams "The Secret to Better Burgers? Lots of Flies." The main illustration shows a cow with a fly on its tongue. I think, what? The last time we tried feeding meat to cattle in the UK, the result was mad cow disease. So I actually read the article, and…
John Speth on how food we may consider disgusting is essential for survival in the Arctic, with added disgusting goodness from Paul Rozin.
Claims that meat is responsible for the dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico are based on some pretty silly mistakes.
Don't be evil edition, with pigs, poultry and potatoes. Also, Mediterranean diet, and strawberries