We must take responsibility for our habits and accept that with every disposable t-shirt we buy, we are making a political statement
Chefs like Gaël Orieux are living by Wendell Berry's maxim, whether they've heard it or not, by turning eating into an agricultural act
Even in food-loving countries, it's getting harder and harder to find farms near major cities. Slow Food is trying to change that.
Thousands of farmers and food advocates recently gathered for Slow Food's Terra Madre. Meet the voices of the revolution.
In a city of overpriced and over-snobby chocolate boutiques, a cool summer day leads to sweet, velvety simplicity
A new kind of French revolution: failed by subsidies, last week struggling farmers stormed the Place de la Bastille to call for an end to commodity agriculture
Pan-seared lamb, thoughtful farmers, and advocates of local food leave a Parisian nostalgic for the land of corn and soy
As social networking propels a wave of food artisans, one microroaster takes her coffee—and passion—to the Web
During a Christmas power outage, the rush of water and the sizzle of sausage and eggs fill the silence.
At Le Fooding events, chefs prepare dishes they would never serve in their own restaurants. SLIDE SHOW I
Two men started a movement devoted to spicing up their country's stuffy culinary establishment.
The country's citizens have abandoned traditional eating habits for a more Westernized diet.
A woman leaves her corporate job to work in Africa and is confronted with hunger for the first time.