VIDEO Cooking gefilte fish in Joan Nathan's kitchen, with The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg kibitzing.
HEALTH How to get sodas out of schools and get obesity-preventing water in? Taxing sugar starts at home.
COFFEE I started my morning with a cup of Peet's Anniversary Blend. I'm still in mourning, you see, for Sierra Dorada.
HEALTH Is it finally water's turn to get some respect as the miracle cure? Well, for obesity, at least, it looks like it.
SOY From tofu to livestock feed, you're eating it whether you want to or not. Why does soy's ubiquity get so little attention?
UP NOW A relentlessly experimental chef needs to know what he's doing, a Fat Duck-veteran was telling me last night...
ALLERGIES Vegans may not be the most beloved in the food world, but their discoveries in eggless baking are amazing.
UP NOW Peter Smith brings news of an exciting elixir: sap soda, which now I look at it ought to be called sapsarilla...
UP NOW If you always confuse Burgundy with Bordeaux, you can't be friends with a Frenchman -- but come sit with me.
UP NOW It takes slight courage to admit you like, say, whoopie pies. It takes real courage to write about this experience...
I WONDERED how happy Alice Waters would be seeing Michelle Obama dig up the White House Lawn. So I called her up.
UP NOW Wouldn't you like the Zagats telling you where they ate and their views of the restaurant business?
UP NOW Today marks a debut I've really been looking forward to, even if many people on the Food Channel will wonder why.
RESTAURANTS Los Angeles lessons: What it took to get a table (finally) at Jose Andres's Bazaar, LA's new "it" restaurant.
UP NOW A cooking star is born -- because he has stars in his eyes. Romantic ones...
UP NOW Compost is not necessarily the most inviting topic--unless Carol Ann Sayle is writing about it. ...
STARBUCKS Oven-baked food isn't just bad at Starbucks, its odors harm the coffee. Can Parmesan neutralize the effect?
Irish baking is one of the world's greatest traditions. From scones to real soda bread -- that soft, sweetly nutty excuse for endless amounts of butter -- these baked goods are salty, sweet, and tender. And an encounter with the right Irish baker can be a real revelation.
WELCOME This channel is about food, but it's about much more: politics, business, the environment -- most of all, pleasure.
CUPCAKES Mimi Rancatore, sister of our ice cream blogger Gus, serves as a reminder about the right way to eat a cupcake.