This red cabbage slaw is dressed with a yogurt and pomegranate molasses.
The diamondback moth costs farmers billions of dollars every year. But will these lab-bred insects inherit the same stigma as genetically modified crops?
International research labs are using seaweed to make biofuel. Now scientists in California are developing a prototype to enable vast open-ocean farming.
Stories about the harms of sugar have consumers wondering if they should put the apple back on the shelf.
The dish goes back centuries and is universally loved across South Asia. It is also considered the ancestor of the British kedgeree and Egyptian koshary.
Earlier this month, thousands of Atlantic salmon escaped a net pen in Washington state, raising questions about farming non-native species.
Scientists think human pressures on oceans could cause more jellyfish blooms. What to do? Eat them.
Demand for seafood is rising but wild stocks aren't. A hatchery owner is hoping his model of responsible agriculture can keep fish on the menu and in the water.
Yet even as arepas are embraced from New York to Spain, they are disappearing in their hunger-wracked homeland.
The recipe calls for a whole cup of chopped basil. Sprinkle confectioner’s sugar and some fresh basil leaves as a garnish or drizzle on berries.
Big food companies want farmers to reduce greenhouse emissions from nitrogen fertilizer, but the best-known program to accomplish this may not have much effect.
Officials blame the failure of a pen near Washington's Cypress Island on high tides caused by the eclipse, but that is being questioned.
Two new studies suggest that changing atmospheric conditions could reduce protein and iron in food.
Walmart has promised big cuts in emissions of greenhouse gases. To meet that goal, the giant retailer may have to persuade farmers to use less fertilizer.
A new study is adding to evidence that a popular class of pesticides can harm wild bees, like bumblebees.
Normally food banks distribute donated food to the hungry. But Rochester, NY food bank Foodlink is going beyond that to provide jobs to boost the local economy.
We asked three chefs for their suggestions for dishes that will stand out from all the beans and burgers and slaw and dips sure to be on the table.
Lovers of these tart, juicy berries trek into the forests of the Northwest to pick them at great effort. No one's managed to grow them commercially just yet.
When it comes to pollutant levels, researchers now say where your tuna was caught can make a huge difference.
In Asia, burdock roots (and even the stems and leaves) are a staple food and herbal medicine that have been consumed since ancient times.