Got holiday hosting questions? There's a good chance that our panel of experts has answers.
Eatocracy editors Kat Kinsman and Sarah LeTrent - were joined by special guests, cookbook author and host of The Farm on Public Television Ian Knauer, sommelier and wine director of The NoMad Thomas Pastuszak and vegan cookbook author Isa Chandra Moskowitz - for a Google Hangout on holiday celebration and hosting.
Got Thanksgiving questions? There's a good chance that our panel of experts has answers.
Join Eatocracy editors Kat Kinsman and Sarah LeTrent - and their special guests, cookbook author and host of The Farm on Public Television Ian Knauer and vegan cookbook author Isa Chandra Moskowitz - for a Google Hangout at 3 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 26.
Hungry for healthier meals but don't know where to start? Hundreds of nutritious, delicious recipes - from kid-friendly mains and comforting casseroles to grilled entrees and smarter (but still delicious) desserts - are just a click away.
First lady and Partnership for a Healthier America's honorary chair Michelle Obama announced today that the nonprofit group has paired with social networking site Pinterest to make to make it easier to find healthier recipes online. Media partners from Condé Nast Magazines, Hearst Magazines, Meredith, Food Network and Time Inc. will flag their recipe sites' online recipes that align with the dietary guidelines of the USDA's MyPlate initiative.
Eatocracy spends a lot of time talking with farmers, and giving them a platform in our ongoing Farmers with Issues series. When Dodge aired a commercial during last night's Super Bowl using radio legend Paul Harvey's “So God Made a Farmer” as a kickoff for their Year of the Farmer campaign to raise money for the Future Famers of America, the increasingly vocal population of farmers and agriculture advocates spreading their message with social media had a lot to say.
We reached out to a few of our favorite farmers and rounded up some of their reactions.
Business Traveller is a monthly show about making the most of doing business on the road.
We've all seen it before - you're in a restaurant and the person at the table next to you has their camera phone out and is happy-snapping their chosen dish before uploading it to one of the many social media sites out there.
Food lovers the world over are now taking their cuisine-capturing antics to the skies as airlines find more and more of their dishes are ending up online.