The history and constituents of the date palm, a favorite since ancient times
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Save your money and the earth by switching to plant-based diets.
Are you in a cooking rut?
You won’t have to worry about how your coffee will taste like every time you make one, as researchers found a way to brew the perfect cup of coffee consistently.
Downtown Las Vegas’ newest watering hole aims to combine cocktails and education, with more quality and consideration than any campus bar or frat party ever has.
If you decide to dehydrate your food, you’re going to have to learn both what foods are best to dehydrate and what foods you should avoid.
Royal fans with a taste for beer will be able to celebrate Prince Harry and fiancee Meghan Markle’s wedding day with a special ale brewed in the town where the couple will get married next month.
Vegans and vegetarians have been wandering in the meat-lovers’ paradise that’s Las Vegas for decades, and it seems like they’re finally reaching the promised land, with — Holy cow! — vegan and vegetarian menus in steakhouses.
Want to start making more earth-friendly food choices in the kitchen? This Earth Month, start with mushrooms, a healthy food that requires minimal natural resources to produce.
The warm, summery weather is a golden opportunity to take your get-together outside. Whatever the occasion, take advantage of the sun and extra space, and let these tips help you plan and get your outdoor space ready for your guests.
Farm-fresh eggs. Locally grown tomatoes. Herbs sourced onsite.
Turmeric powder is most effective when it’s freshly-grown and prepared by hand at home. A Rockin W Homestead article advised how to grow, dry, and grind your own powder for any curries, protein shakes, or tea you plan to make.
Southeast Asians have united to defend hugely popular “chicken rendang” that was knocked out of a British cooking competition television show for not being crispy enough, but the longstanding debate on the origins of the dish rages on.
When it comes to prepping your pantry, there is no shortage of options to choose from.
This is a delicious replacement for your morning cup of coffee.
It sounds like a chocoholic’s dreamland – giant sculptures of elephants and flamingos all crafted from Belgian chocolate.
“I’m trying to go under the radar.”
Mandarin Oriental’s Mandarin Bar recently introduced a menu of 12 zodiac-themed cocktails.
A group of chefs in Turkey claimed a world record for the largest baklava on Thursday with a giant tray of the pastry dessert weighing over half a ton.
France’s chic department store Galeries Lafayette is betting on an art foundation and an Italian gourmet food hall in Paris to help differentiate its brand from bricks-and-mortar rivals and e-commerce competitors.
The Mirage has brought the seaside flavors of the Amalfi Coast to Las Vegas with Osteria Costa, the resort’s new Coastal Italian restaurant.
Fresh off his win this weekend at the Back of the House Brawl, Justin Kingsley Hall has announced a weekend brunch menu at The Kitchen at Atomic, 927 Fremont St. Guests can choose from a la carte menu options like hot smoked trout, English pea hash, a roasted eggplant wrap and a tri-tip breakfast burrito washed down with mimosas, bloody marys or a selection of specialty cocktails, while listening to live jazz. Brunch will be available from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.
It was a deliciously exciting evening as diners and a panel of judges tasted and critiqued dishes from four of Vero’s finest chefs.
The French may be fiercely proud of their gastronomy, but for the first time last year they ate more U.S-style burgers than the iconic jambon-beurre sandwich of baguette with ham, a study showed.
Is udon the new ramen? Maybe, if Henry Fan has a say. His new restaurant, Cafe Sanuki, makes magic of nothing more than wheat flour, water and a dash of salt.
U.S. drinkers overtook Britons as the world’s biggest buyers of champagne in 2017, after British purchases fell heavily for the second straight year following the vote to leave the European Union, industry data showed.
The number of Americans drinking a daily cup of coffee is at the highest level since 2012, with demand continuing to get a boost from at-home consumption and gourmet drinks
The world’s most expensive chocolate went on display at a chocolate fair in Obidos in Portugal on Friday.
From ‘Grab and Go’ to ‘Second Chance,’ school districts are getting creative with their breakfast options
It’s 7 a.m. and cafeteria worker Leann Andrews is pushing a cart through the bustling hallways of North Hills Middle School. In the cart sit packages of banana, blueberry and chocolate muffins next to cereal bars and breakfast sandwiches.
‘Doing food different’ connects elementary students with a Pittsburgh program training people with barriers to employment
On a recent Friday, James Dreher was hard at work stirring dozens of pounds of ground beef with a small paddle.
Garisha Peoples stands in the kitchen of her first-floor Rankin apartment while preparing a russet potato for lunch. She cuts off the ends of the fist-sized tuber and then pops it in the microwave.
Here are some ideas for a simple, yet indulgent, chip buffet
Italy’s top pastry chef, Iginio Massari, is banking on his latest patisserie to set a new trend, opening a shop full of sweet delights inside a branch of the country’s biggest lender.
Legend has it that if you spot a leprechaun this St. Patrick’s Day, he’ll lead you to his stash of gold.
One Pittsburgh student’s relationship to food illustrates what healthier school lunches can do for kids
After school, 16-year-old Maleeke Reid works at a community gardening program in Homewood. He gets paid $5 per day for tending the vegetable gardens and attending classes, where he and his friends sometimes joke about being fed “vegan food.”
What makes the Electric Butterfly from downtown’s new Eureka electric isn’t the shocking purple color, which comes courtesy of butterfly pea tea. It’s actually housed in the “buzz button,” an edible Szechuan flower that mixologists use to shock your taste buds, literally changing the way you experience flavors.
Although its bounce back has been a little slower than in some parts of the valley, the restaurant scene in Henderson is reviving, with a number of openings in the area near Galleria at Sunset mall on Sunset Road.
Ricardo Zarate is bringing his Japanese-influenced Peruvian cuisine to Las Vegas, where he expects his reach will be wider than our 2 million residents and the 42 million people who come here every year.
Visitors to the Palms will soon have another place to grab a bite in the midst of the resort’s ongoing renovation process. It’s an Asian-inspired noodle bar called Send Noodles located just west of the new A.Y.C.E. Buffet, and it will start serving customers on March 8.
“The best pastrami on the West Coast,” Canter’s Deli brags on its website, and it appears they’re not far off.
For most of us, a little evening downtime is not a luxury — it’s a necessity.
It’ll be a shame if you have to throw out all those tasty berries, healthy fruits, and nutritious vegetables because they’re no longer fresh.
What makes a craft beer truly “locally-made”?