Hold the bird's nest soup: China's new austerity forces top restaurants to reinvent themselves
When shopping for groceries, do you generally choose brand names over the store brands? You could be spending a lot more for no additional quality.
It's football season. Here are some tips on how you can keep the touchdowns up and your weight down.
It's Labor Day weekend and you might be breaking out the grill for one last summer cookout. But after a long summer of barbecues, your grill might look a little worse for wear. Men's Health Magazine has tips to get the most flavor out of your grill this weekend.
1st shipment of Mexico's blue agave tequila leaves for China, signals push to enter big market
Ark. girl who has been battling rare brain infection can now drink liquids and eat some food
Some districts quit healthier school lunch program; kids turn up their noses at low-cal meals
Plenty of recipes from well-known chefs, including Julia Child, herself, call for a chicken to be washed and patted dry before preparation. But one public health campaign is warning against this method.
Don't fear the name! Wait. Maybe you should.
Gov. McDonnell, first lady to host 2nd annual Virginia Wine Summit in October
Bracket Room, a new upscale sports bar in Clarendon, is planning to open its doors on Thursday, Sept. 5.
A popular bar in Adams Morgan has closed its doors for good.
I will never be able to keep up with D.C.'s famous "Top Chef" Mike Isabella in the kitchen. But I thought I might be able to match him push-up for push-up in the gym.
Farmers markets often say they check to make sure patrons are getting locally-grown food, but how do they do that?
Many shop at local farmers markets hoping to find fresh, tasty product. But some vendors don't grow their own produce instead buying it at auction. So how can you tell the fakes from the real deal?
Dr. Oz, The Daily Dose
Mass. diner-owner apologizes for tossing Air Force veteran who brought in service dog