It’s an agricultural moonshot, but scientists hope to make plants like corn, wheat and barley as heat and drought resistant as cactus
For centuries, the wild delicacy grew only in Europe. But improved cultivation techniques have enabled the pricey fungus to be farmed in new places.
Often treated as a weed, the versatile prickly pear cactus could be the next big specialty crop
A modern hunter-gatherer group known as the Hadza has taught researchers surprising things about the highly variable menu consumed by humans past
Drinking habits are changing, and vintners are exceeding tasters' expectations with new options stripped of their alcohol
Scientists, growers and winemakers are working with experimental varieties to adapt to the effects of climate change
The curious dessert—combining a seaweed found on the Emerald Isle's coast with dairy—lies in the hands of regular folks who enjoy a challenge
An anthropologist traces the origins and paths of one of his favorite kinds of plants
A coffee circuit connects 15 farms that offer tours and tastings in what's been called the "Napa Valley of coffee"
How a bill about muffins, chili, or plums becomes law—or doesn't
To be sustainable, scientists say we should consume fewer animals products
In the tradition of wine and ale trails, the state’s new tourism offering highlights restaurants, farms, festivals and markets
Across the island, certified sites invite both travelers and local residents to experience farming practices and traditions firsthand
Through its annual bake-off, the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, Texas, provides a fun way for the public to engage with its collections
A $50,000 grant is awarded to the culinary historian for her advocacy of Chinese-American culture and cuisine
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