While many people associate marijuana smoking with increased appetite, New York-based author Art Glass claims it can actually help you lose weight.
Hosts Louisa and Monica share the ingredients of their past and lay out their recipe for the upcoming season: cooking, dining, and more.
Do healthy eaters have to ditch Flamin Hot Cheetos forever?
Famous GMO supporter Mark Lynas shocks food industry meeting attendees by coming out in favor of federal GMO labeling in the U.S.
Some people—specifically the carless—actually hate off-the-beaten path restaurants because they seem intentionally inaccessible. But to others, these places represent something special, something slightly out of reach.
On a recent sunny September morning, a crowd of Chicago foodies pulled up to Faith’s Farm in Kankakee County to learn about where their meat comes from.
Organizers of Chicago Wurst Festival promise all sustainable wieners made from meat raised without antibiotics.
The Chicago chef has his sights set on creating a new Thai Town on the city’s Northwest side.
Every September, hunger groups ask politicians, community leaders and journalists to take a break in their normal diet and try to live on $5 a day, or the amount allowed for users of food stamps (officially known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP).
Two WBEZ reporters on a budget of $5 a day find it difficult to prepare healthy meals. USDA officials met in Chicago Wednesday to rethink rules around the food stamp program.