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Smartphones Could Tell Consumers What's In Food

By Mary Clare Jalonick | Mar 3
In the ever-complicated debate over labeling of genetically modified foods, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says he has an idea: use your smartphone.

Drink [Craft] Beer Springfest :: February 28, 2015

Mar 3
It's been a tough winter, so was there a better way to look ahead to better weather than the Drink [Craft] Beer Springfest held at the Revere Hotel this past weekend? At least you could taste your troubles away. Here are pics of those who attended.

Local Intel: Guerneville, Sonoma County, CA

By Kelsy Chauvin | Mar 3
Restaurateur and community leader David Blomster offers EDGE his inside scoop on Guerneville, a charming LGBT hub located in Sonoma County.

4 Ways to Avoid "Meaty-ocre" Meat

By EDGE | Mar 2
No two carnivores like their meats the same way. To help satiate the desire for the perfectly cooked meat, EDGE called upon our friends at SideChef, a step-by-step cooking app, on how to get the most out of meat.

'Top Chef' Finalist Melissa King Cooks Up a Feast

By Jim Gladstone | Mar 1
San Francisco cuisine fans will have an opportunity to toast - and taste - the success of chef Melissa King on Monday, March 9, in her first local public event after rising to the final four in Bravo's "Top Chef" earlier this month.

Americans' Growing Taste for Goat Milk

By Kourtney Liepelt | Feb 28
Americans' growing taste for more unusual fare has contributed to a steady increase in demand for goat products in recent years, and producers across the country are trying to determine how to secure enough milk to give consumers what they want.

A Conversation With Chef Marcus Samuelsson

By Kelli Kennedy | Feb 27
Growing up in Sweden, chef Marcus Samuelsson learned many lessons that would follow him into the kitchen as an adult. But the one that may have stuck with him the most came from his father.

Cherry Factory Front Echoes of Real-Life 'Breaking Bad'

Feb 27
Investigators originally suspected the Dell's Maraschino Cherry plant was illegally dumping "hazardous materials" into New York City's sewer system. The discovery of a secret pot farm pushed the man carrying on the family business to a violent end.

Blind Wine Tastings Get New Meaning at Coppola Winery

By Matthew Wexler | Feb 26
The "Tasting in the Dark" series, led by blind wine experts Hoby Wedler at Francis Ford Coppola Winery, is helping oenophiles gain a better understanding of wine nuances.

Geoffrey Zakarian: Navigating the Restaurant Industry's Rough Waters

By Kelli Kennedy | Feb 25
Geoffrey Zakarian knows the odds. He knows all too well that the chances of succeeding in the restaurant world are so remote as to be almost comical.

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