Michel Nischan's foundation has made fresh produce a priority—and his restaurant has quietly done the same for years
The organic advocate delivered an impressive talk on food this Wednesday—one that proves he really knows his stuff
We don't need to grow more food. Instead, we need to know the world's population—and what they'll be eating.
One Atlantic writer thinks genetically modified alfalfa isn't a threat to the organic food industry. This one, however, isn't so sure.
The approval of pesticide-resistant alfalfa will send ripples through industry—and could hit organic milk and meat hard
A German city's hearty bread and herb-filled cuisine proves you can make food taste good without processed-food tricks
In developing nations, efficient food distribution and better infrastructure could be more important than higher crop yields
California has approved methyl iodide, even though its predecessor was banned—and despite its own scientists' warnings
A new book features the recipes that have helped Tartine Bakery's crusty, naturally leavened loaves attract a cult following
A baking enthusiast serves up his recipe for ciabatta, a light, sweet, chewy bread named for its slipper-like shape
Rules to garden by: Grow what you like, don't grow it if you can't buy it, and think imaginatively
Tackle a whole fish and you'll reap rewards—including the fatty belly. A guide from cutting board to frying pan.
Would an artist work with only one color? Look beyond white flour and advance to heritage grain and flax seed compositions.
Whole grains have a reputation for being leaden bombs, but that needn't be the case. This loaf isn't dense at all.
Why Jamie Oliver's biggest stumbling block in West Virginia has been deeply ingrained food preferences
The Naked Chef's new show has been hyped, but for good reason: our lunchrooms are stuck in a pizza rut
As the divide between the Food Network and everyday eating widens, it's time to put the reality back in television
How consumers, farmers, and advocates teamed up to convince the government to change the rules.
Called to duty at a food celebrity's charity dinner, an amateur succeeds with just a home oven.