Wild things grow all around us—like fiddlehead ferns, chickweed and dandelions—and they are delicious, nutritious and free for the taking.
From a cafeteria full of organic food, to extensive composting facilities, a switch from coal to natural gas and energy-efficient bulbs in the Capitol dome, the House of Representatives is taking a green stand.
The 100-mile diet has taken hold of the American consciousness: but is it doable in New York City?
Organic food is firmly established as the fastest-growing market in the food industry, boasting annual growth of 20 to 24 percent for the past several years and sales projected to reach $32 billion by the year 2009. So it’s not surprising that we’re seeing a new trend: the organic frozen convenience meal. So how do five frozen lasagna entrees compare?
If you aren’t sure if your food contains genetically engineered ingredients, it probably does. Now the question is, what’s the harm?
Calamari pizza, blackened tuna caesar salad, shrimp puttanesca—whatever your seafood craving, the nation’s restaurants are likely to have it. New and exotic seafood combinations are popping up on menus across the country and Americans are getting hooked. According to the National Fisheries Institute, we spend about $50 billion on fish and shellfish a year, consuming […]