Lovers of the fatty liver pâté are outraged. But it's worth looking more deeply at the new law against force-feeding waterfowl.
Why a group of longtime vegetarians and vegans converted to the idea that flesh and other food from animals can be healthful, environmentally appropriate, and ethical
A quick primer on turkey origins, a discussion of the different types of species, and, as you shop for the highlight of your Thanksgiving meal, a bit of advice for finding a true heritage turkey
Mechanization and automation have reduced the difficult physical labor of food production, but they've also rendered agriculture dependent on non-renewable, polluting substitutes
As the insects that pollinate our crops disappear, a team of scientists has learned that they thrive on land grazed by cattle
Food lovers are motivated by gluttony—or are they? A writer argues that the food movement is really about moderation.
Vegans like to argue that eating a pig is no different from eating a dog. According to this rancher, they're wrong.
A vegetarian rancher takes on one of modern eating's great dilemmas: can you have your planet and eat steak too?
Yes, cattle produce methane no matter what they eat. But sustainable animals still make smaller environmental hoofprints.
The rancher explains where to look and what to look for in buying a Thanksgiving bird--and offers cooking advice.
The rancher shows how to avoid industrial meat for Thanksgiving and says why it's so important to do so.