A woman in the middle of a crop field holding crops

An engineer in Bolivia is reviving an ancestral, nutritious grain for the 21st century

The Big Fix

An Indigenous woman in Bolivia has earned international recognition for her work in the production, transformation and commercialization of cañahua, a resilient crop and nutritious grain with the potential to reach international markets.

In a hot pan, the streaky bacon made by La Vie starts curling within minutes, bubbling and crisping…just like, well, bacon.

A vegan bacon revolution takes hold in France

Nancy Sharabarin hands money to a customer buying strawberries at the Saturday farmers market as business opens up with a successful vaccination campaign in Portland, Oregon, Saturday, June 5, 2021.

There’s still time for canning, preserving and freezing excess fruits and veggies

A well-stocked shop at Van’s historic cheese bazaar, which includes an array of pickled wild herbs, sold separately.

Turkey’s eastern Van region serves up sheep’s milk cheese — the traditional way

Yangcheng Lake hairy crabs for sale.

Menace or delicacy? It’s hairy crab season in China.

Leo Hornak's Christmas Pudding

Recipe: Victorian Christmas pudding perfect for first-time cooks


Reporter Leo Hornak produced his first traditional holiday dessert filled with fruit, alcohol and centuries of British history. Britons love to serve up the dish — even if they don’t actually like it.

A white woman wearing a white shirt and a cowgirl hat stands in a field in front of cows.

Montana ranchers are kicking up dust to bring back country of origin labels on meat


A newly proposed bill would require COOL placards for beef and pork sold in Montana, and supporters want to see the return of a national policy.