Mark Bittman argues in favor of taxing soda and subsidizing vegetables to even the gastronomical playing field.
Two women in Pembroke Park, Florida, stole $400 worth of wine by hiding the bottles in their skirts.
OpenTable.com will start offering 30% deals off some dinner reservations through a new partnership with Savored, a start-up deals site.
A McDonald's outlet in the UK has come under fire for for installing a device aimed at deterring groups of youths from congregating outside. The device emits a high-pitched sound which can typically only be heard by people under the age of 25.
A study by the American Psychological Association reports that people with impulsive personalities tend to weigh more than those who are not.
In an experiment, information about the origin of chocolate (Switzerland vs. China) changed the perception of taste depending on when those details were provided to the taster.
Fred & Friends Origami Napkins take the art of napkin-folding to a whole new level.
The paper napkins are printed with instructions for folding four different designs, from the classic crane to a nifty polo shirt (pictured here).
$12 for a pack of 40 napkins at Fred Flare.
According to a new study by Tufts University, nearly one out of five restaurant dishes has at least 100 more calories than what a restaurant states on its website.
Molson Coors is going after the female market with a new brand of "feminine" and "sophisticated" lagers called Animée.