Sébastien Bras runs Le Suquet, a restaurant in southern France that first won its three stars in 1999. He cited the pressure of anonymous visits from the guide's inspectors two or three times a year.
This weekend's episode of Milk Street Kitchen challenges old-school baking practices to create a better flourless cake. And Chris learns how to make a foolproof, single-layer pie crust that's fit for one of the tastiest tarts around.
A new study projects that by 2050, climate change could reduce the amount of ground usable to grow coffee in Latin America by up to 88 percent. Bees play a key role in increasing coffee yields.
Researchers set out to answer this question: Is there a safe level of alcohol consumption during pregnancy? Turns out, that's a hard question to answer. The advice remains: Don't risk it.
In this weekend's premiere of Milk Street Kitchen, Christopher Kimball explored a Chinese approach to home cooked meals and learned how to make Chinese white-cooked chicken with ginger-soy dressing, and a hot oil-flashed chard with ginger, scallions and chili at home.
A new book examines the lives of six different women — such as Eleanor Roosevelt and Cosmopolitan editor Helen Gurley Brown — through the food they ate. It's called What She Ate by Laura Shapiro.
For 19 months in a row, food prices in America's supermarkets fell compared to a year earlier. This is good news for shoppers but has weighed on the grocery industry and the people who grow our food.
Literally a comprehensive list, plus interactive map, of everyone you can expect to visit and taste at this year's Taste of WGBH Food and Wine Festival. Find your favorites and map out your weekend, it's food fest time!
Retno Pratiwi and Chandra Gouldrup are both award winning chefs in the Boston area but their cuisines couldn't be more different. They find common ground, and inspiration in the same place: their local ingredients.
David Uzzell is deaf and works as a chef at a Washington, D.C., restaurant. Being deaf makes communication in the kitchen challenging. But Uzzell's colleagues have come up with some workarounds.
Summer's coming to an end, and whether for health or ethical reasons, more people are flipping veggie burgers — which have come a long way since the sanitarium-created concoctions of the 19th century.
Farmers in New England are renting parts of their land to solar energy developers, allowing the farmers to earn some much-needed extra money. But not everyone is happy about the trend.
From bitters to simple syrups, champagne flutes to tiki glasses, The Boston Shaker has got it all. We headed to their store to learn more how to create balanced cocktails and the tools you need to make them.
It’s the legitimately good food and cool vibes that draw people to these places. They just happen to be owned by local celebrities.
The next time you sip a mai tai, thank Ernest Raymond Beaumont-Gantt. Don’t recognize the name? How about Donn Beach? It turns out they’re the same guy, and we have a lot to thank him for.
A growing number of food videos aim to trigger ASMR — Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, or pleasing sensations in the brains of some viewers — by focusing on sounds like chopping and stirring.
What can you do when the Earth plunges into total darkness? Eat, of course! And there are many space-themed treats to keep the skywatching party going.
The Travel Channel’s popular series will be taking on the sassy waitresses and the legendary 32 oz prime rib at Boston’s iconic Durgin-Park.
We may be dealing with a small college town here, but it sure has big stomach. Here's your crash course on the local favorites for breakfast, lunch, coffee stops, dessert and of course... the late night munchies. Get ready... school's (almost) in session!
Morgan Morano has brought authentic Sicilian gelato to New England, and we should all thank her.