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How Food Earned Its Place in American Museums

Meet the curators, hobbyists, and hot dog enthusiasts placing food in museum spaces. Food has become the centerfold of the 21st century. Once simply a (hopefully delicious) way to keep the body alive, the way we nourish ourselves has intersected with politics, culture, tradition, history, and art. Chefs have been fairy-godmothered from faceless white hats sweating over a pile of onions into celebrities. Food is now a source of wonder.

25 Most Over-the-Top Cookie Recipes

If you want a cookie that has more than chocolate chips, then these are the recipes for you. Chocolate chip, sugar, and oatmeal cookies are delicious and simple to make, but sometimes you just want a treat with a little extra flavor.

How Restaurants and Fisheries Are Saving Edible Seafood From the Trash

Bycatch is ending up on more restaurant menus — but it's not enough.

How Restaurants and Fisheries Are Saving Edible Seafood From the Trash

Bycatch is ending up on more restaurant menus — but it's not enough.

The 10 Most Powerful Food Lobbies and How They Decide What’s on Your Plate

Who controls the conversation around ‘healthy eating’ in the U.S.? You might be surprised.

The 10 Most Powerful Food Lobbies and How They Decide What’s on Your Plate

Who controls the conversation around ‘healthy eating’ in the U.S.? You might be surprised
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Demystifying Steaks and Chops With Master Butcher Pat LaFrieda

Master butcher Pat LaFrieda supplies meat to over 1,000 restaurants in NYC, including many of the city's top steakhouses. Pat shows us what to look for when ordering steaks and chops in restaurants.

Demystifying Steaks and Chops With Master Butcher Pat LaFrieda

Master butcher Pat LaFrieda supplies meat to over 1,000 restaurants in NYC, including many of the city's top steakhouses. It's safe to say he knows a thing or two about steaks and chops.

Here’s How Millennials Are Leading an $18 Billion Food Revolution

Generation-Y, now the largest group of people in America, is changing the food industry.

Here’s How Millennials Are Leading an $18 Billion Food Revolution

The Beatles said it best: “You say you want a revolution, well you know, we all want to change the world.” It looks like Generation-Y, now the largest group of people in America, is doing just that, at least in the food industry.

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