A Swiss researcher has developed a new apple that is resistant to disease, appealing to the palate, and easy to grow, all without using genetic modification.
White Castle has added online ordering at all of their locations. Life just got a little better for stoners everywhere.
Bugs are probably the most neglected form of protein. The crunchy crawlers may be gross to some, but to others they are a perfectly acceptable thing to eat. But will fried cockroaches and chocolate covered ants be the next big thing in the world of gastronomy?
Boy, I wish I'd had one of these over the Christmas weekend: a 3D printer that simply prints out your dinner.
MIT's well-known Product Engineering Processes class - aka 2.009 - has come up with its inventions for the year, all of which are food-related.
Today, the day after Thanksgiving as you eat leftover cranberry sauce for breakfast, you might wonder why the sour taste is so strong.
The Monsanto Company is attempting to sidestep a ban on genetically-modified beets from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Kids in Pennsylvania schools may soon find their cupcake intake regulated by their state government. That’s right - in order to save the kids from themselves the state school board thinks it’s time to regulate the amount of sweets at school parties.
You can turn down the heating; you can switch to a hybrid car. But unless you can stop, um, we'd better call it excreting, your efforts won't go a long way towards cutting your carbon emissions.
Would you eat meat grown in vats? No? Well, how about if you were really hungry? What could be better than a nice juicy cheeseburger with fries?
And does it really matter whether the meat was raised, grown or cloned?
MIT thinks it might be able to eliminate cooking forever through a series of research projects.