Food Facts is a listing of articles that teaches you how all types of foods, drinks and diets work.
A chicken nugget that looks like a U.S. President? Meat resembling a certain Sith Lord? Sometimes the eye plays tricks on you, and things get weird.
You may love the burn of food that's triple Thai hot, but do your poor taste buds?
Research shows that weaving courses of different culinary traditions into the same meal could increase overall satisfaction.
It's not just in your mind – a study showed that pairing cheese with wine made wine taste better. Here's why.
Because that's how much these exclusive Swedish crisps cost. At more than $11 each, they're the world's most expensive. The money's going to charity, but still …
Yes, folks, tea has now joined the dubious list of products available in a spray can. Who's clamoring for this?
By cutting cows out of the equation entirely, the company Perfect Day looks to create animal-free milk in a lab, benefiting the environment, cows — and the bottom line.
And that can be bad news for your waistline.
Come again? Here's what's really inside the typical restaurant 'wasabi'.
That loaf of bread could help to reduce the overall cost of space travel. Really.
Or is the famous flavor simply made up?
Joey "Jaws" Chestnut reclaimed the throne at the 2016 Coney Island competitive eating contest, while Miki Sudo defended her crown for the third year.
What if chocolate could be more delicious and healthier? Sound impossible? Researchers have managed to make the stuff of chocolate dreams a reality.
And this isn't the first time people have committed crimes for "green gold."
Scientists have discovered a delicious way to use ultrasound to determine the best chocolate.
Might we one day see a Burgundy region sans pinot noir or a Bordeaux without cabernets? A new study shows how global warming temperatures affect grape harvests.
The Lone Star state has a small problem with white-tailed deer. Who's hungry for venison?
How does a kudzu salad sound? Or maybe a roasted guinea pig? Both are plentiful, and both don't often appear on U.S. restaurant menus. Should they?
Were dozens of restaurant owners in China wasting time trying to get diners to ride General Tso's white horse ? What would really happen if you ate opium-laced food?
Insect oil is going to waste. It's clean, it's healthy, and we should be using it. Oh, except for roach oil. Apparently that smells disgusting. No surprise there.
Increased production in Asia and Central America may not be enough to offset Brazil's coffee losses due to drought. What does the future hold?
Part salad dressing and part condiment, ranch is so popular in the U.S. that some people might consider it a food group. What in the world is ranch dressing actually?
A recent Austrian study has shown that stroking a calf on its neck during the first two weeks of its life has a positive impact on future growth and milk production.
Bootlegging alcohol? Sure, we've heard of that, but butter substitutes?
Pass the cellulose! A Norwegian company is using renewable logging waste to replace saturated fat in hot dogs. It could help your health and the planet.