Meet Marie: a pesto-making, opera-going 40-something lady from France who’s getting by on $5,000 a year—in New York City (specifically, Brooklyn)—thanks to dumpster diving.
Kate Walsh attended a Golden Globes party last night at the Chateau Marmont, and don't you just kind of want to lick her dress?
New research suggests that food at so-called "sit down" restaurant chains are actually less healthy than food at their "eat out of lap in car" fast food counterparts, thanks to ungodly portions and rosters of fatty, salty ingredients that could choke a Paula Deen cookbook.
Today Michelle Obama unveiled MyPlate, a new symbol for what Americans should be eating. For the first time the government is presenting nutritional information in a shape that people can easily visualize, rather than an image of a rainbow emanating from a disco ball next to a dude with no extremities. That's what we…
"As it stands, Google's recipe search gives undue advantage to the "quick & easy" recipe sites, encourages dishonesty, and sets up people to be dissuaded from cooking, as they will soon learn that recipes always end up taking more time than they expected. Alas, the search algorithm fundamentally misunderstands what…
"Lack of money is no obstacle. Lack of an idea is an obstacle" reads the motto helpfully left on the pillow of each penitent doing the Ranch at Live Oak cleanse. At $800 and 1500 calories a day, easy for them to say.
A study of 14,000 children found three-year-olds who eat lots of fat, sugar, and processed foods have lower IQs when they're eight. But if chicken nuggets and SpaghettiOs are staples of the American toddler's diet, that means ... damn.
Giada de Laurentiis tells Redbook that at home, she's all about "traditional roles." Is this her way of fighting back against those cheating rumors?
More, it would seem, than you think about sex.
April Bloomfield is a chef who's taken the New York restaurant scene by storm. But, she says, "I don't think of being a woman in an industry of men."
"Yes, it's feminism we have to thank for the spread of fast-food chains and an epidemic of childhood obesity." How, you ask? Why, the (supposed) death of home cooking!
As seen in Us this week: Liz Hurley has "mugs of hot water" for breakfast. Amanda Seyfried eats spinach and seeds and calls her diet "awful." Julianne Moore says : "I'm hungry all the time."
Every time I learn about one of PETA's "confrontational" new campaigns, I want to cram foie gras in my mouth, wear veal earrings and slip into a bikini made entirely of tuna.