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There’s no denying that bacon is one of the most iconic breakfast foods, but it isn’t especially easy to cook correctly. Frying bacon on the stove can be a little dangerous as the fat renders and splatters, and it’s easy to end up with an unevenly cooked final product. But how can you cook bacon the right way?

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‌Diet fads tend to come and go: One day we’re eating low-fat, low-calorie and low-sugar foods; the next we’re eating like cavemen or giving up meat or eating only cabbage and grapefruit. But while many diets have had their moment in the spotlight, there’s one diet that has endured — the Medi…

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On a day with king cake, beads, parades and giant floats, there's still a question about the celebration: Why are pancakes being served?

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The orange has become the poster child for vitamin C intake. And while it is an excellent source, there are plenty of other foods that pack an even bigger punch.

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If pizza rolls are destined for your Super Bowl menu this weekend (or really any other time), which are the best?

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Starting this week, the fast food giant is selling its Chicken McGriddles and McChicken Biscuit sandwiches nationally for a limited time. They were previously available only in some regional markets.

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The following is a judgment of every candy bar in known existence (with the exception of ones deemed unworthy or that couldn't be found at CVS, or both).

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Jan. 25 is National Irish Coffee Day. The drink is traditionally made with coffee, Irish whiskey, sugar, and heavy whipping cream. But why not change things up? (Or just stick to the original and add these to your regular coffee. Totally your choice.)

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Like many plants, onions have defenses to ward off creatures that may want to eat them. Their secret weapon is a kind of natural tear gas.

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“Who doesn’t like a cookie?” said Amy Carter. “If you’ve never baked anything else, cookies are a good way to start. They’re such a good entry into baking. They’re forgiving. Even if they crumble on you, someone will want to eat them, especially if you used good ingredients.”

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Cool conditions in October crippled some potato harvests with frost, likely increasing spud prices and even a possible french fry shortage in the United States, according to a new report.

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