But they have to jump over a lot of hurdles first.
It's a microcosm of a much bigger problem.
A new book argues that the current food movement is triggering a kind of backslide in the way women assume responsibility for the kitchen and home.
What is 'humane' anyway?
The CEO wants an exemption from covering contraception.
Drakes Bay Oyster Co. in Northern California has been taken up by the oil industry, which sees the case as having broad impacts for federal land use.
It's kind of like a cooler, more design-y 'Farmer's Almanac.'
He handed out some free meal coupons to gay-marriage supporters rallying near his restaurant this week.
He's funneling money into food research with a view toward developing better plant-based proteins that more people will want to eat.
The news story behind a turkey joint.
"Somewhere along the line, we decided that cows were fair game and horses are not. And somebody broke the covenant."
Not black voters. Not women. Not Brooklynites.
The chef sits down to talk about 'A Place at the Table,' and the asininity of the phrase "celebrity chef."
The White House says it could. The meat industry says no.
Mayor Emanuel talks veganism.
Paper, plastic, or your financial support?
Wouldn't you know it, CA foie fans are paying top dollar for the stuff across the border.
Shark fins can still be sold until July 1, 2013.
Plus, the heady year ahead in food politics, Joe Bastianich is (sort of) getting a TV show, and more in today's leftovers.
The raw-milk purists at Organic Pastures are fighting back.