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Canadian Nonprofit Releases 'Cooking With Trans People of Colour' Cookbook

Canadian Nonprofit Releases 'Cooking With Trans People of Colour' Cookbook

Apr 14, 2021

Toronto-based nonprofit, The 519, just released a new cookbook by its 'Trans People of Colour' Project.

Pandemic-Weary Chefs, Cooks Enjoy Serving From Home

Pandemic-Weary Chefs, Cooks Enjoy Serving From Home

By Terry Tang | Apr 9, 2021

Beaten down by the pandemic, many laid-off or idle restaurant workers have pivoted to dishing out food with a taste of home. Some have found their entrepreneurial side, slinging culinary creations from their own kitchens.

Cuban Cooks Overcome Shortages with Ingenuity on Facebook

Cuban Cooks Overcome Shortages with Ingenuity on Facebook

By Andrea Rodriguez | Apr 7, 2021

A number of Cubans with more ingenuity than resources are helping their compatriots cope with shortages exacerbated by the new coronavirus pandemic with Facebook posts of culinary creations designed around what they're likely to find at the market.

Review: In 'Finding Freedom,' A Chef's Struggles and Successes

Review: In 'Finding Freedom,' A Chef's Struggles and Successes

By Beth Harpaz | Apr 5, 2021

Chef Erin French chronicles her struggles, failures and triumphs in a lyrically written new culinary memoir, "Finding Freedom."

The Superfood You've Been Missing in Your Home Cooking: Cannabis

The Superfood You've Been Missing in Your Home Cooking: Cannabis

SPONSORED CONTENT | Apr 5, 2021

There is one ingredient that's healthy, flavorful, and versatile that you won't find stacked among familiar fruits and veggies: cannabis. But more and more health-conscious people are discovering the benefits of cooking with CBD.

Ghost Kitchens Continue to Mystify Hungry Consumers

Ghost Kitchens Continue to Mystify Hungry Consumers

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Mar 31, 2021

Are ghost kitchens the wave of the future? Some consumers think so, while some food-lovers object to the idea.

PEEPS Polarizes with New Pepsi Collaboration

PEEPS Polarizes with New Pepsi Collaboration

By Matthew Wexler | Mar 26, 2021

Our most beloved spring confection is being dissolved into a can of soda, and both fans and foes are freaking out.

Watch: Kristen Kish 'Live on the EDGE'

Watch: Kristen Kish 'Live on the EDGE'

Apr 5, 2021

Kristen Kish, "Top Chef" season 10 winner and co-host of the new truTV series "Fast Foodies," joins EDGE to chat about her latest TV endeavor, where she's once again battling it out in the kitchen.

Cosmic Mouthful: Tasters Savor Fine Wine That Orbited Earth

Cosmic Mouthful: Tasters Savor Fine Wine That Orbited Earth

By Masha MacPherson, Angela Charlton | Mar 24, 2021

It tastes like rose petals. It smells like a campfire. It glistens with a burnt-orange hue. What is it? A 5,000-euro bottle of Chateau Petrus Pomerol wine that spent a year in space.

Colorado Baker Sued Again Over Alleged LGBTQ Bias

Colorado Baker Sued Again Over Alleged LGBTQ Bias

By Colleen Slevin | Mar 23, 2021

A Colorado baker who won a partial victory at the U.S. Supreme Court in 2018 for refusing to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple went on trial Monday in yet another lawsuit, this one involving a birthday cake for a transgender woman.

Whiskey Makers Face Worsening Hangover From Trade Dispute

Whiskey Makers Face Worsening Hangover From Trade Dispute

By Bruce Schreiner | Mar 21, 2021

A hangover from Trump-era tariff disputes could become even more painful for American whiskey distillers unless their entanglement in a trans-Atlantic trade fight is resolved soon.

Maple Celebrations Return in Some States with Precautions

Maple Celebrations Return in Some States with Precautions

By Lisa Rathke | Mar 21, 2021

Maple season is a time-honored tradition in the Northeast, when sap starts to flow in maple trees and is collected and boiled into syrup, with visitors coming to sugar houses to see the operations firsthand.

New Wave of Bars Creates Buzz Without the Booze

New Wave of Bars Creates Buzz Without the Booze

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Mar 16, 2021

There's something missing from a new wave of bars opening around the world: Alcohol.

Push to Prevent Next Meat Shortage Hits Big Obstacle

Push to Prevent Next Meat Shortage Hits Big Obstacle

By Scott McFetridge | Mar 15, 2021

Where most other supply gaps are being addressed by changing how the U.S. acquires key items, the money flowing to small slaughterhouses shows no sign of solving the meat problem.

Out Chef April Stamm on the Rise of Vegan Cuisine

Out Chef April Stamm on the Rise of Vegan Cuisine

By Merryn Johns | Mar 14, 2021

Chef April Stamm helps launch the Vegan Fusion Culinary Academy, a newly opened specialized cooking school in Boulder, Colorado.

Bread and Cameos — A Year Without Income From Broadway Stage

Bread and Cameos — A Year Without Income From Broadway Stage

By Mark Kennedy | Mar 12, 2021

A year ago, Max Kumangai was dazzling crowds with a jolt of live Broadway excitement. Now he's doing it with his bread.

Restaurants are Big Beneficiaries of COVID -19 Relief Bill

Restaurants are Big Beneficiaries of COVID -19 Relief Bill

By Joyce M. Rosenberg | Mar 10, 2021

Restaurants devastated by the coronavirus outbreak are getting a lifeline from the pandemic relief package that's awaiting final approval in the House.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Julie Tanous Cook Up a Friendship

Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Julie Tanous Cook Up a Friendship

By Mark Kennedy | Mar 10, 2021

A chance meeting at a dinner party by two people reluctant to be at that dinner party has resulted in a cookbook perfect for your next dinner party.

Women Dominated the Beer Industry — Until Witch Accusations Started Pouring In

Women Dominated the Beer Industry — Until Witch Accusations Started Pouring In

Mar 8, 2021

Up until the 1500s, brewing was primarily women's work — that is, until a smear campaign accused women brewers of being witches.

17% of Food Production Globally Wasted, UN Report Estimates

17% of Food Production Globally Wasted, UN Report Estimates

By Candice Choi | Mar 6, 2021

Instead of finishing your leftovers, you let them go bad and buy takeout. It's a familiar routine for many — and indicative of habits that contribute to a global food waste problem.

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