Chinese shoppers are so hungry for luxury items that they have started snapping up Gucci wallets and made-to-order shirts while grocery shopping.
With any weight-loss plan, no matter how brilliant, you face the danger of hitting the doldrums a few weeks in.
You know summer is around the corner when the food festivals start in earnest. First up is the Marin Greek Festival from May 24 to 26 with authentic Greek specialties in abundance.
Ninth graders Kamryn Kullot and Megan LaPlante mix bread dough in their family and consumer science class, where they are studying food science.
Special to the Daily/Vera Dawson Take advantage of the ripe, delicious strawberries in grocery stores now by making this moist strawberry quick bread.
'Baguette-Me-Not' is a weird and wonderful Tumblr blog that consists of photos of comedians with bread in the place of expected objects.
Nancy Wurtzel is a public relations professional and creative writer, who recently returned to her native Minnesota after living on the West Coast for many years.
A Washington, D.C., reporter for more than 30 years, Jim Limbach covers the federal agencies for ConsumerAffairs.
While humans have harnessed the power of yeast to ferment bread and beer, the function of yeast or other types of fungi that live in and on the human body is not well understood.
On a bright and sunny Monday afternoon, Paul Andreasen prepared hot sandwiches and french fries inside his food trailer for a small group of regulars.
At Flora, this pudding is cooked in ramekins, the individual custard cups that look like miniature souffle dishes.
I like to think I am an adventurous cook. Then someone gave me a huge, restaurant-sized container of Chinese five-spice powder.
The deal for the Milton Keynes-based company is reported to be worth more than GBP10m .
Update: We're told the problem with a water main break has been fixed and that Ray's Donuts will be back open Wednesday morning.
If you were to measure a man by his passion, it would be hard to find a baker held in higher esteem than Zak Stern.
I found this recipe on the MyRecipes.com website. The intro states it originates from New Orleans chef Leah Chase, the queen of Creole cuisine .