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The cause and cure for much of what plagues our society -- obesity, ill health, social injustice -- have roots in what we eat.

Dayle Hayes, a registered dietician, was not happy. That was clear from the moment she began her presentation at the Culinary Institute of America's

"Learning to cook changed my life," said Kelvin Fernandez, a Dominican New Yorker and graduate of Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), an organization

I set out this summer curious as to how our food is produced and in search of the people producing it. Armed with a

Myths are fictional stories that satisfy shared desires. In the contemporary world of wine, the most pervasive myth is that of terroir, the story

Kimbal Musk has an audacious plan to destroy America's appetite for junk food. His big idea? Plastic. Musk wants to revolutionize Alice Waters' concept of school