The Two Types of Food Most Likely to Induce a ‘Food Coma’

You know that super-drowsy feeling you get after a big meal? Researchers say they know the foods most likely responsible.

Chefs’ Picks: Soups

Chefs across the country share their favorite spins on this versatile staple, including a vegan version, a beer-laced bowl and one wild-card pick perfect for warmer climes.

Vermouth Is New Again

It’s time to dust off your impressions of this herbaceous fortified wine.

10 Things I Ate About You: Marfa, Texas

The broad swath of dishes to be sampled here is as diverse as the artwork that blooms on the grounds of this remote desert town in West Texas.

Transform Tonight’s Dinner Leftovers Into Tomorrow’s Breakfast and Lunch

Start with a dinner of corned beef, then use the leftovers to make fuss-free breakfast and lunch dishes.

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Are You An Exercise ‘Non-Responder’? Don’t Give Up Hope!

Fitness experts offer advice on how to benefit from exercise, even if you think you’re a non-responder.

What to Watch: Money Saving Menus and a Fishy Challenge on Worst Cooks

Get all the details on the upcoming premieres this weekend on Food Network.

These Unicorn Macarons Are Catching On Like Magic

Unicorn macarons? It probably goes without saying that there’s nothing like them — and that people are going crazy for them.

A Look Inside Healthy Grain Bowls

Tips on how to make a healthy grain bowl from the author of the cookbook Bowls of Plenty.

How to Make Sure the Salmon You Eat Is Safe

A new CDC study about salmon parasites may be especially upsetting for sushi, sashimi and ceviche fans. Here’s what you need to know about preparing salmon safely.

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