- Agency to Hawaii residents: Don't hate on tourists Updated: Apr-25-16 4:31 pm
HONOLULU - As a record number of visitors stream into Hawaii, state officials want residents to know: Tourism is your friend.
- Hard and sweet life of a pastry chef Updated: Apr-21-16 10:43 am
PITTSBURGH - If you think a pastry chef's job is all frilly and dainty, think again. There's a lot of hard, physical work that goes into making the pretty, delicate and elegant treats.
- Canapes under the canopy? Paris gentrifies rusty mall Updated: Apr-19-16 5:08 pm
PARIS - Swapping burgers for lobster souffle and rusty welding for a state-of-the-art canopy roof, Paris' mayor this month unveiled a $1 billion revamp of the city's dilapidated main shopping and transport complex, Les Halles.
- Can soup save the city? Updated: Apr-16-16 9:57 am
CINCINNATI - The month of cauliflower was weird. Like, 'What do we do with all this cauliflower?' weird. They made soup.
- Young teams serve award-winning recipes to Vermont lawmakers Updated: Apr-14-16 12:17 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Vermont state legislators are getting a chance to sample award-winning dishes from the winning teams of the Jr. Iron Chef VT competition.
- Memorial services scheduled this week for late Chicago chef Updated: Apr-10-16 5:42 pm
CHICAGO - An open house memorial service for late Chicago chef Jean-Claude Poilevey is scheduled at one of his restaurants later this week.
- Refugee chefs bring their recipes to NYC food company Updated: Apr-02-16 11:13 am
NEW YORK - The kitchen hums with activity. Rachana Rimal is at one table, making momos, the traditional dumplings from her native Nepal. Next to her, Iraqi immigrant Dhuha Jasif mixes some pureed eggplant for baba ghanouj. Containers of adas, a lentil stew from the East African nation of Eritrea, sit on a counter.