"Do you have a son named Mario Batali or a daughter called Paula Deen?" ABC's "Good Morning America Weekend" is looking for kids who share a name with a celebrity chef to judge a holiday food competition.
The United Nations reports that bananas have been largely immune to the worldwide economic downturn. With China driving up imports of the fruits, the agency said that if the recession were to "bottom out by the end of 2009, then the demand for bananas will increase by up to 7.8% and tropical fruits by about 2% in 2010."
Carls Jr. has commissioned a new star to sex up its brand. Following in the footsteps of burger-chomping Padma Lakshmi, Kim Kardashian will pimp a new line of salads being introduced by the fast food chain.
Japanese designer Kouichi Okamoto's Glass Tank brings new meaning to the concept of a bottomless wine glass.
As you sip your wine from a goblet that's joined at the hip to a bulb-shaped carafe, a combination of air and water pressure automatically causes more wine to flow and refill your glass.
The tank will set you back a whopping $359 at Generate.
Expensive? Sure. But, so much classier than a drinking helmet.
Chef, organic food advocate, and sometimes DJ Alice Waters has put together a music playlist for Los Angeles public radio station KCRW.
Police discovered a Cape Cod home's septic tank was filled with 1,200 gallons of used cooking oil.
In the wake of Gourmet's demise, does Germany's BEEF! represent the future of food magazine publishing?
The new magazine has positioned itself as an unsual hybrid of men's and food magazines, targeting a German demographic of "men who don't cook often, but well" between the ages of 30 and 54, according to publisher Gruner + Jahr.Read More >
Is the adoption of home cooking by men good or bad for feminism?
farm·wash·ing (noun): A marketing technique used by some industrial food producers in which idyllic images of farming are deployed to create misleading messages about how their products are made.Read More >