Due to global warming, British farmers are experimenting with crops such as olives and nectarines which have typically been imported from warmer areas in southern Europe. Britain's first British tea plantation has even cropped up.
A Pennsylvania man was jailed on charges of reckless endangerment and resisting arrest after police say he passed out drunk while cooking and caused a small fire.
On its first day of trading, shares of Dunkin' Donuts parent Dunkin' Brands Group Inc soared to $27.50.
New EU rules are being proposed that would limit added water in bacon to 5%.
German biologist and fashion designer Anke Domaske has created clothes made out of spoiled milk.
A concept for a gadget that measures the amount of water dispensed as it flows from a kitchen faucet.
A bottle of 1811 Chateau d’Yquem sold for a record-setting $117,000.
In the New York Times, a minimalist corn pudding, but not by that Minimalist guy.
Toolives salad servers are made from pruned olive tree branches sourced from Turkey's Anatolia region -- "one of the oldest olive tree cultivation spots in the world" according to the Museum of Modern Art. They are offered exclusively as part of MoMA's Destination: Istanbul collection highlighting lifestyle products from Turkey. The branches are hand-turned to create a smooth surface. Hand-wash only.
$35 at MoMA.