Pesto gives this dip its zip!
Serve this classic soup as a meal by itself!
With the possible exception of smartphone technology, nothing's seen more practical advances this millennium than food.
Is your food environmentally sound? That's a tough one to answer in the produce aisle of a grocery store. But Whole Foods wants to help.
McDonald's is getting the word out: There is no "pink slime" in its McNuggets or hamburgers. And, yes, its food does rot -- and that's a good thing.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A new government forecast says Missouri farmers could harvest record crops of corn and soybeans this year.
Jefferson City police are investigating a weekend brawl at a restaurant on Missouri Boulevard.
A growing recall involving peaches and other fruit from California is raising food safety concerns across the country, and in Mid-Missouri.
If you have spoiled food following Monday night's storms and subsequent power outages, you're in luck. Columbia Public Works will have special drop off locations for food waste.
A recent national study looked at more than a quarter of a million food trucks and restaurants.
Get your chips ready -- tomato-corn salsa is on the way.
Serve this bright main dish warm or chilled.
It's a new twist on stuffed peppers, and one you'll want to repeat!
This isn't your grandmother's pea soup!
This savory, hearty soup will draw a crowd!
Use fall apples to make this treat!
Let your Halloween creativity slither out!
Ring in the summer with this classic cocktail.
Are you prepared if a big storm knocks your utilities out of commission?
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