Ordering tuna tartare with a new TV-based appIf you prefer to suck on the Taco Bell sauce packs that have been on the coffee table for months rather than to interrupt 30 seconds of TV to order in, Fork in the Road has some good news for you.Delivery.com and Verizon have announced a partnersh ... More >>
Diageo has announced that it's relocating the production of Red Stripe beer from Jamaica to the U.S., but only for U.S. consumption. Red Stripe distributed in Jamaica, Brazil, Canada, and Europe will continue to be made on the Caribbean island.
Familia Camarena Tequila has gotten ... More >>
Health officials are now saying that 18 people have died and at least 100 more are sick from eating cantaloupes contaminated with listeria.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has quietly launched an investigation into school lunch providers that have been illegally overcharging.
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Jamawn Woods, the creator of Soul Daddy, which was the winning concept on America's Next Great Restaurant but failed miserably weeks after opening, plans to reopen in his hometown of Detroit.
[Nation's Restaurant News]
Tyson is recalling about 131,300 pounds of ground beef after a family in ... More >>
Just seven and a half years after resigning from the board of directors at her eponymous company, Martha Stewart has been reappointed. The resignation, of course, came after she was convicted of obstruction of justice in an insider-trading case.
Wondering what deep-fried monstrosity won the "most creative" category at the Texas State Fair this year? Fried bubble gum.
Brooklyn native Colin Quinn will be a judge at this year's Vendy Awards, alongside CNN's Kat Kinsman and New York Times columnist John T. Edge.
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That salmonella-tainted turkey that's been going around? It's sickened more people, at least 107 in 31 states by now.
[US News and World Report]
Kraft is promoting its new Velveeta Cheesy Skillets, a line of just-add-meat pasta dinner kits, with a series of ads that invite women to "use thei ... More >>
In this era of skyrocketing food prices, Whole Foods CEO John Mackey contends that food is still far cheaper than it was a century ago and we should be spending more on what we eat.
Smoke, paprika, ricotta, duck fat, pintxos, meatballs, oysters, low-brow chicken, pop-up restaur ... More >>
You've heard that old fable -- favored by Orson Welles, among others -- about a frog whom a scorpion asks for a ride across a stream.
The frog reasons that the scorpion won't sting him while they're both in the water, because then they would both drown. So he consents. But the scorpion stings him ... More >>
Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo stood by his girlfriend, Sandra Lee's, lasagna recipe after his Italian-American mom recently called it into question. Rather diplomatically, he said, "Lasagna is like politics. Everybody gets an opinion."
A report reveals that more than 85 percent ... More >>
Hardee's hopes to boost sales with its new Hand-Breaded Chicken Tenders, dipped in a buttermilk and egg batter, rolled in seasoned flour, and fried. The idea was inspired by its Made From Scratch biscuits.
Scotland is cracking down on food waste with the introduction of special ... More >>
This summer, Green Table, a café in Chelsea Market, will sell brown-bag lunches for customers to enjoy at the neighboring High Line park.
[Wall Street Journal]
Despite the oil spill threatening the seafood supply, the first New Orleans Oyster Festival, originally scheduled for the summer of ... More >>
Jean Vergnes, the chef who helped Sirio Maccioni open Le Cirque in 1974, died Thursday at his home in West Palm Beach, Fla at the age of 88.
Wholesale food prices rose higher last month than they have in 26 years, according to the Labor Department. Vegetable prices, in particular ... More >>
Knowledge is power! A recent Cyber Ark Software survey reveals a boom in data theft among workers on Wall Street and at Canary Wharf in London. A quarter of respondents professed a willingness to take data from their employers, though 85 percent of them know it's illegal. The survey suggests ... More >>