Food Facts is a listing of articles that teaches you how all types of foods, drinks and diets work.
It's a pie. Filled with squash. Who in the world decided that was a good idea?
As quinoa's popularity skyrocketed on the world stage, concern grew that it was becoming too expensive for the South Americans who originally depended on it. But what was really happening?
Craving some sugary sweet cotton candy? Then reach for these grapes instead. You'll be shocked at how much they taste just like the spun stuff.
Turmeric is having a moment right now as the spice du jour for promoting wellness and treating all kinds of conditions from arthritis to depression to indigestion. Does science back these claims up?
From as early as the 7th century, people have been eating this concoction of shaved ice, sweetened condensed milk and, yes, red beans.
Nothing goes better with a cup of coffee than a sweet cupcake. But do you crave the two together or does that cup of joe actually make you hungry?
Lobster has long been associated with luxury and fine dining. But could newly imposed Chinese tariffs change that?
Michelin's iconic dining guide rates the best restaurants in 30 countries and four continents. But how did a tire company start rating restaurants?
Booza is one of the oldest kinds of ice cream in the world, but this stretchy treat is bizarre news to most of us.
In 2017, bottled water surpassed soda as Americans' favorite drink. How did water, something we get for free, become a multi-billion-dollar business?
Chernobyl affected European wines. Fukushima seems to have affected at least a small slice of California wines. The question is how much?
It's not just people with an affinity for hot sauce. The real answer will probably surprise you.
The famed pancake chain is now a burger chain? What is happening?
Lemonade has a long and storied history, from its beginnings in ancient Egypt all the way to current 21st-century pop culture.
More than 230 teams will compete at the 2018 World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest, also known as Memphis in May.
There are a lot of quirky eaters out there. Are you one of them?
To begin to understand the Coffee Belt, you first have to know what makes for a tasty coffee bean.
A new study finds that, on average, it takes 264 gallons (1,000 liters) of water to make a single chocolate bar. Now that's a hefty footprint.
Little tiny vegetables seem to pop up everywhere these days, but where do they come from?
On a cold winter's day, a hot piece of pizza really satisfies. It works just as well on a hot summer's day with an icy soda too. But who invented pizza? And what did Chuck E. Cheese's have to do with Atari?
Ice cream that won't melt sounds like an impossible idea, but it's available now in Japan.
Whole Foods or Randalls? Cracker Barrel or Au Bon Pain? And what do your answers say about the way you voted, if anything?
One glass of wine might not be a big deal, until you consider how much glass sizes have increased.
What other spice can you name whose specific ingredients may vary?
The high-tech greenhouse will brave frigid temperatures, a long, dark winter and extremely low humidity in order to provide fresh produce to Antarctic residents.