Life: Food&Wine

Some fields had lost 80-85 percent of their potential output this season.
eNCA gets a taste of the various cuisines at the monthly gathering of culinary stalls. 
The long-running Greek restaurant has created a series of new drinks, just in time for summer.
Wits University’s Big Petr Pils lager takes top honours at intervarsity beer-brewing challenge.
The small town of Bunol hosted its 72nd tomato-fight festival on Wednesday.
People in poor nations cutting back on fat may wind up piling on more carbohydrates -- such as potatoes, rice or bread -- because fruits and vegetable are more expensive.
Palestinian cuisine isn’t just about humus or falafel. There are other beloved traditions.
The song may well say sweets are for your sweet and sugar for your honey, but a high rate of sugar consumption can be very dangerous.
Adjudicators from Guinness World Records were on hand to oversee the process and certify that the mega-samoosa passed the required tests.
The best-before date might have little bearing on the shelf life of some products, only how it looks or tastes.
Millions of chicken eggs have been pulled from European supermarket shelves as a result of the scare over the use of the insecticide fipronil.
Switzerland's second-largest supermarket chain, Coop, announced it would begin selling an insect burger, and insect balls, based on protein-rich mealworm.
The Sin Palabras Cafe Sordo - No Words Deaf Cafe - is the first of its kind in Colombia.
From beetroots carved into roses to fruity floats made from papayas and melons, the most important fruit carving competition in Thailand took place in Bangkok.
Belgian supermarkets have cleared eggs from the shelves of supermarkets as a precautionary while awaiting the results of tests.
Every 100 ml of the drink, or roughly just over a mouthful, contains one billion probiotic organisms.
In a new study, a link was found between a diet high in sugar and common mental disorders.
Delheim's mushroom forages promise to bring out the hunter-gatherer in you.
In keeping with the history of the Tower of London, the club is decorated with unusual objects.
The Switzerland-based food giant announced Wednesday that it will on 1 August open its first new Japanese Kit Kat production site in 26 years.
The cold wreaked havoc, notably in south-west France, with Bordeaux suffering along with neighbouring Charente, as well as Alsace and Jura in the north-east.
Against a bricked background, portraits that include Charlie Chaplin aping Adolf Hitler are mounted behind cages on the walls, creating a prison-like atmosphere.
There were fears around EU proposals to force cafes and restaurants to apply measures aimed at reducing the presence of carcinogenic acrylamide in food.
The customers are mainly local Christians tentatively returning home three years after fleeing en masse when the jihadists overran their town. would like to send you push notifications.
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