Food & Culture deals with how we perceive food in our daily lives and how it can affect us in both positive and negative ways.
Poutine is just fries, gravy and squeaky cheese curds — how did it get to be Canada's national dish?
HowStuffWorks heads to Atlanta's Varsity drive-in to learn about the historic restaurant's car hops, and chat with Frank Jones, a car hop that's worked there for nearly 65 years.
Did you love cereal as a kid? Do you still love it? Discover how much you do with our cereal quiz.
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?
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?
The famed pancake chain is now a burger chain? What is happening?
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?
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?
Whole Foods or Randalls? Cracker Barrel or Au Bon Pain? And what do your answers say about the way you voted, if anything?
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.
Kids have clamored for toys in their cereal boxes for decades, so how did the two become linked?
The sound and smell of bacon sizzling on the stove sends your taste buds into overdrive. But how bad is it really?
Cricket farming is growing in popularity as people learn their nutritional importance, and environmental, economic and social sustainability.
Hunger doesn't always feel like a grumble in the tummy. And a grumble doesn't always mean you're truly hungry, either.
Homer Simpson's favorite snack was once called 'oily cakes.' Find out more about this and other fun facts on doughnuts.
Americans toss nearly 40 percent of the nation's food supply — enough to provide more than two-thirds of the country with a healthy daily diet of fresh fruits and vegetables.
The United States grows billions of dollars of corn every year. Though little of that goes to feeding its citizens. Is that the best farm policy going forward?
Have you jumped on the bone broth bandwagon? Then the rest of the world has you to thank for driving up the price of the bones that go into making it.
Famine is gripping parts of Africa and millions could be on the verge of starvation. The numbers from a new study show food insecurity is increasing globally. But why?
As demand for olive oil is at its peak, production is at its lowest in Southern Europe, which accounts for 70 percent of the world's supply. Is a shortage on the horizon?
Why, when hungry, do we crave warm food more than something cold? It may have something to do with your nose. Or your gut. Or your brain.
Wine may give the body a little protective boost, a new study finds, but that's still no reason to reach for a smoke.
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.