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The University of New Hampshire is diving deep into the sea of sustainable seafood.
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Not only do they believe locally produced food tastes better, but getting food from local sources also helps support their neighbors and the area's economy.
Sam Kass, 29, the assistant White House chef, helps out at The White House Healthy Kids Fair on the South Lawn in 2009.
Sam Kass, 29, the assistant White House chef, helps out at The White House Healthy Kids Fair on the South Lawn Wednesday, October 21, 2009.
Positivus Festival is a 3 day music festival in Latvia, with international chart toppers and underground emerging talent set in an idyllic holiday location on the coastal town of Salacgriva.
Chef Adam Hall and co-owner Jay Bayer of Saison open the market and cafe side of their business next week in Jackson Ward.
James Chatto, the Toronto food and wine writer and head judge for Gold Medal Plates, has released the list of Edmonton chefs competing in the annual Olympic team fundraiser, scheduled for Oct. 23 at the Shaw Conference Centre.
Leave it to San Francisco to turn one of the simplest and cheapest dishes into the trendy snack du jour.
Karyl Buddington, Director of Animal Care, releases a monarch butterfly during the Earth Day celebration at the Tigrus Garden on the University of Memphis campus in Memphis, Tenn.
Most Denverites are familiar with the concept of sustainability, and Denver's culinary scene is quite eco-conscious.
If you have, you're in luck. On May 2, the fourth annual Slow Down event at Intuition Ale Works will feature at least 26 local restaurants and artisans.
Rich people are stupid. So are poor people. Rich people will tell you it is obvious poor people are stupid.
With 15 years in the culinary industry, Firth brings an impressive range of experience to his new position.
Fast food is unhealthy and comes from ... well, you really don't want to know. Slow food is healthy and comes from local farmers and chefs you know and trust.
Early last month, we scoped out one of the nation's largest coffee trade shows, Coffee Fest NYC, to find the coolest of the cool in coffee gadget ideas.