Oxfam, the international relief agency that works on poverty and hunger, says the Senate draft of the food and farm bill offers ways to cut waste and “modernize America’s international food aid programs.” But the question of hunger remains unanswered as developing nations continue to grow.
Last week, a Panera Bread in Lakeview switched over one of its oldest locations in Chicago to a nonprofit entity called Panera Cares. The storefront looks just like every other Panera, but instead of cash registers, there's a donation box: everybody pays what they can afford.
Monday, June 25Overcome your deipnophobia at The Dinner Party presented by Fear No ART at the Mayne Stage, this month with gumbo by Southern heirloom cooking expert, Big Jones’ chef/owner Paul Fehribach—plus microbrew beer and Vosges Chocolate samples.
You may know London Observer restaurant critic Jay Rayner best as a former judge on Top Chef Masters. What you may not know is that Rayner himself is a professional competitor, in the blood-hungry sport of British restaurant criticism.
The Illinois Farm Bureau plans to send 18 farmers to Cuba this month as part of a longstanding campaign to lobby for the normalization of trade with the island nation.Participant Kevin Green farms near Fithian in east-central Illinois.
Burnt ends are BBQ black gold. A delicacy of the Kansas City school of Q, they're the crisp and fatty brisket ends, traditionally cubed, then smoked again — sometimes slathered with sweet, tangy, ketchupy KC-style sauce.
Bangladesh has received more foreign aid money per capita than any other country in history. Even so, nearly half the population lives under the national poverty line. Because foreign aid hs become so plentiful, "it has completely undermined the initative. . .