Subway's latest made-up word provokes mocking, but name likely to stick
It may look like Priya Ammu is making a crepe at her stand in the Foggy Bottom Whole Foods, but she's preparing what she hopes is D.C.'s next burrito: a dosa.
Asia's smelliest fish has some in South Korea addicted, ammonia stink and all
California city turns up heat on Sriracha hot sauce maker, calling it a public nuisance
Bruce Seidel's Hot Lemon company launching first food/music festival celebrating LGBT chefs
Frozen food makers plan major PR push touting nutrition as sales slip
Enophiles in Northern Virginia will likely have a lot more wine dinners to add to their calendars in the coming months, after the Virginia General Assembly passed a law that explicitly allows restaurants to hold the events with wine distributors.
Nycci Nellis, The List Are You On It
Bethesda-based Honest Tea will be at the Giant Food store in Westbard on Friday to exchange free gifts for your empty recyclable containers.
Wal-Mart teams up with Wild Oats to sell lower-priced organic food offering
Federal health officials: Salmonella outbreak linked to Foster Farms chicken has infected 524
The District is getting its first gluten-free baker.
Restaurateurs camp out for liquor licenses available in Georgetown
A local 'brewery' is making a healthy, effervescent drink, packed with probiotcs.
Los Angeles suburb declares Sriracha hot sauce factory a public nuisance
Panera CEO looks to fix chain's 'mosh pit' system of ordering
Correction: Manischewitz-Sankaty story
The National Confectioners Association says 87 percent of parents will buy or create Easter baskets for their kids and 81 percent of them will steal candy back from their kids' Easter stash.
Perdue organizations donate $10K, 20K pounds of products to Eastern Shore mobile pantry
Food in Paris isn't all fromage, croissants and expensive Champagne -- although that wouldn't be so bad. One of the world's best and oldest food cities is seeing a boom in new culinary trends.
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