What if you want to become a better cook-- without shelling out thousands of dollars for culinary school? Here’s a sample of four cooking apps and online services that do more than just provide recipes.
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beverages | Mar 23, 2015Posted by NPR Food
Some see the move as a reaction to widespread criticism of the company's push to start candid conversations about race in its stores. But Starbucks says the move had nothing to do with the backlash.
Bay Area Bites Food + Drink | Mar 20, 2015Posted by Shuka Kalantari
Iranians, Pakistanis, Afghans and many other cultures celebrate the Persian New Year, or Norouz on the first day of the Spring Equinox. This year Norouz is on Friday, March 20 and the celebration continues for 13 days. Families across the world elaborately decorate a table in their home with different foods, each symbolizing something good to come in the new year.
food trends and technology | Mar 19, 2015Posted by NPR Food
The results are in from a long-running study of three different ways to house egg-laying chickens. It found that more hens survive in cages, and cages are cheaper. But consumers prefer cage-free eggs.
bay area | Mar 19, 2015Posted by Shelby Pope
How the iconic beer ended up in three Oakland dishes.
Berkeleyside NOSH | Mar 19, 2015Posted by Berkeleyside NOSH
Three initiatives close to the hearts of food-justice activists are picking up steam and promise to bring real and lasting change for the West Oakland neighborhood.
Bay Area Bites Food + Drink | Mar 18, 2015Posted by Lisa Landers
Small but mighty, seeds like pumpkin, hemp, sunflower, and sesame are loaded with essential minerals, vitamins and disease-fighting nutrients that are often lacking from our diets.
beverages | Mar 18, 2015Posted by NPR Food
Legend has it the moon gifted this drink to the Guaraní people of South America. It was banned by the colonial government. The Jesuits made it their most profitable crop. Oh, and the pope drinks it.
health and nutrition | Mar 18, 2015Posted by NPR Food
Women who cooked the meals they saw prepared on television weighed more, on average, than those who simply watched, a study shows. The findings challenge the notion that home cooking is always best.
food history and celebrities | Mar 17, 2015Posted by NPR Food
From 3,000-year-old peat bogs to 19th-century Brazil to modern foodies, the love of Irish butter has spread far. The secret to Ireland's deliciously rich, creamy butter is in its rolling green hills.