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Central Texas, Kansas City and Memphis are home to just a few of the many different variations on this classic American cuisine.
There can be more fecal bacteria on a kitchen cutting board than on a toilet seat. Here’s how to deep clean some truly dirty places.
“Most tip the same as they always do ― even if that is zero,” one driver said. “Yes, people don’t tip at all, even when there’s wildfires.”
Here's what you should know about the latest "it" drink.
Cell-cultivated chicken has been approved for sale in the U.S. If you have questions, we have answers.
Protein pasta, whole-grain pasta, high-fiber pasta... do they really make a difference if you don't have specific dietary needs?
Do you abuse the samples? Here’s what scoop shop workers say bothers them.
What you consider an annoyance could be crucial for someone else's safety, whether they have celiac disease or a nut allergy.
Tara Monsod, the executive chef of Animae, talks about being a gay Asian woman in a professional restaurant kitchen.
Egg salad gets a lot of heat, but there are other potential offenders that might surprise you.
And we're not talking about watermelon and cucumbers.
When it comes to in-flight meals, no one knows better than the flight attendants who work on the aircrafts day in and day out.
The classic bedtime snack of milk and cookies might actually make it harder to sleep, for several reasons.
Experts say certain ingredients are known to change your levels of cortisol, serotonin and dopamine, potentially contributing to higher stress levels or anxiety.
These highly caffeinated experts offer a few simple tricks that make a big difference.
Chef Roshara Sanders shares what needs to happen in the hospitality industry to make it LGBTQ-hospitable.
Say what? Let the experts help explain the new product from Bored Cow, which could be the future of dairy.
"Organic," "grass-fed," "sustainable" — some terms are just marketing jargon, but others are legit.
If you grill with charcoal, you especially need to listen up.
From haggling to taking free samples and even snapping photos of products, here's how farmers and vendors really feel about your behavior.