food + cooking

Dry Harvest

This year's major drought in the U.S. will change the way we eat for months—if not years—to come. Can this disaster teach us how to dine differently for good? Katherine Harmon reports...
food + cooking

Gourmet Gardening

We’re watching our gardens grow, visiting ornamental and edible English gardens, and tracking the battle between small farmers and GMO giant Monsanto
food + cooking

10 Questions for Mark Stevenson

The author of An Optimist’s Tour of the Future tells Gourmet Live’s Megan O. Steintrager that tomorrow’s looking good—as long as we’re willing to sink our teeth into today’s problems...
food + cooking

Gourmet Live: Tales of Terroir

Farmer Kristin Kimball explains what record-setting rain and flooding tastes like—and shares surprising upsides of a down year, including fabulous milk and a new inventiveness in the kitchen
food + cooking

Extreme Frugality: Well, Nobody’s Perfect

The zero-spending game is called on account of soccer … and foraging for wild edibles.
food politics

Politics of the Plate: Sweet Victory

Courts are ruling against genetically engineered crops, but where does the Obama administration stand?
food politics

Politics of the Plate: The Conscientious Carnivore

Can meat be a part of an environmentally sustainable diet?
food politics

Politics of the Plate: Score One for Farm Workers

For the first time, a large Florida tomato grower agrees to increase wages and eliminate worker abuse in its fields.
food + cooking

Michigan’s Unlikely Food Revolution

You don’t have to be in California to see a local-food movement flourishing—try the Great Lake State.
food politics

Slideshow: Farm Auction

Portraits of a sixth-generation family farm in its final day.
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