Articles by Jesse Rhodes
If one were to go down to the crossroads at midnight and call the devil's name three times, what dish would appear in a poof of fire and brimstone?
The imaginary has come to life: Scooby Snacks, Cheesy Poofs and even Soylent Green
Out of more than 50,000 photographs submitted, editors – and readers – picked seven showstoppers
See Kennedy's chowder, Eisenhower's vegetable soup, Reagan's jelly beans and Nixon's last White House meal
After withstanding world and cold wars, the German city is a thriving metropolis, filled with nightclubs and cultural treats
The show was a revelation for exhibiting the breadth of the government's involvement in our food
When and where did people learn to cultivate one of our favorite snacks?
Lobbyist and Confederate army veteran Colonel Joseph Rickey—or possibly his bartender, George Williamson—invented the concoction in 1883
Some playthings veer off into sheer ridiculousness when it comes to interacting with what's on a plate
Pairing beer with savory foods is what most of us traditionally do. But who's to say you can't find beers fit for a dessert course?
Entomophagy—the fancy Latin term for eating insects—is beginning to catch on in the Western Hemisphere
From drunk driving to acts of Cold War espionage, here's a look at how Jell-O has sprung up in our criminal justice system
Our 21st century culture is encouraging men to dispense with old gender roles and crack out the pots and pans
Jailbirds really have tried to fly the coop by way of contraband—files, handsaws and even guns—hidden inside baked goods
In anticipation of Sunday's Tony Awards ceremony, here are some of Broadway's tastiest food-related songs
If you're feeling creative and adventurous and want to mount a Jell-O-based art project, you need to know a few things about how the stuff works
Here's the scoop on four cases of criminal behavior involving the local ice cream man
USDA began offering nutritional advice in 1894. We had 12 food groups in the 1930s, seven in the 1940s, four in the 1950s, then a pyramid and now a plate
What started as a childhood friend's collection has grown into a full-fledged museum just miles from the movie star's hometown