Food And Drink

Workers to discuss harassment suit against restaurant chain

Dec 12, 2017

Five female kitchen workers in Boston are detailing a sexual harassment lawsuit they're filing against a national restaurant chain

Mario Batali steps down after sexual misconduct allegations

Dec 11, 2017

Chef Mario Batali faces sexual misconduct allegations, steps away from daily operations at his restaurant empire

Rutgers professor accused of anti-Semitism removed from role

Dec 11, 2017

A Rutgers University professor accused of sharing anti-Semitic Facebook posts has been removed from his position as a director at the school

Mark Ronson, Miguel, 50 Cent perform at Art Basel parties

Dec 10, 2017

Musicians, actors and fashion icons descended on Miami for a whirlwind week of glamorous parties to celebrate some of the world's best artists during Art Basel

Swiss woman angry over champagne refusal ejected from plane

Dec 10, 2017

German police say the pilot of a passenger jet destined for Zurich made an unscheduled stop at Stuttgart airport because a Swiss passenger become aggressive after being denied champagne

Oregon town seeks first microbrewery, offers benefits

Dec 9, 2017

A town in central Oregon, feeling left out of the microbrewery craze, is offering incentives for the first brewery to establish itself there.

California's 2018 abalone fishing canceled by officials

Dec 8, 2017

California wildlife officials have voted to cancel the 2018 abalone fishing season due to concerns about mass starvation among the mollusks along Sonoma and Mendocino coasts

Bird flu: Dutch farmers ordered to keep poultry indoors

Dec 8, 2017

The Dutch government has ordered the country's farmers to keep all poultry indoors after bird flu was discovered at a duck farm

Lawsuit cooked up over New Jersey's home baked goods ban

Dec 6, 2017

A group of bakers is challenging a one-of-a-kind New Jersey rule that bans the sale of homemade baked goods

Big changes could be coming to East Coast herring fishery

Dec 6, 2017

Federal fishing regulators are considering changing the way they manage one of the largest fisheries on the East Coast to better account for its impact on the environment and other industries