California firefighters are opening their recipes book while the exclusive Supper Club dines in Glendale.
A Texas fair serves a new deep-fried snack and McDonald's loses a copyright suit.
The discovery of more psyllid insects earns L.A. County a quarantine, while Stone Beer will be seen in Top Chef.
California's Central Valley is reeling under drought and recession, while the discovery of more Asian Citrus Psyllids has growers in a panic.
Red Cross and Salvation Army need your pet food for Station fire victims, and Mel's Drive-In is giving discounts to its Yelp critics.
Cookbook author Sheila Lukins has died and bottled water is desperately trying to get back customers who switched to tap.
Jeremy Piven is off the hook after eating too much sushi gave him mercury poisoning and a KFC franchise will distribute fried chicken to boaters on Lake Michigan.
Beverage companies hope coconut water will replace bottled water as the next big thing, and PETA enlists stars to go after McDonald's.
A heart-healthy humanitarian award was bestowed on Wolfgang Puck while beer and groceries prices are set to rise.
The American Heart Association is looking out for your sugar intake and Jamie Oliver is bringing 30 Italian restaurants to Asia.
Acosta Tacos hit with fines for firing an employee over her maternal duties, and September will be California Wine Month, as per The Governor.
White House could start its own farmer's market and Iraq has its own top chef.
Fish tested across the nation have mercury-contamination, while Italy considers wine and cured meat as a loan collateral for food producers.
As Ramadan approaches, California date farmers are scrambling to fill orders, while prisons put their inmates to work for food banks.
Whole Foods' CEO draws a boycott call for sounding off against health care proposals, while a New Zealand man was legally permitted to eat his dog.
A car smashes in Thousand Oaks' Burger Express and NASA scientists are developing new meals for potential Mars missions.
Dole Food files for an IPO while Megan Fox does her best Jonathan Swift impression.
Suzanne Goin invited to open in New York, and respectfully declines.
Companies allege sugar supply could run low due to restricted imports and high prices while a Georgia bank robber wears a chef's uniform while stealing.
Jeremy Piven throws a fit over Kattan's sushi barbs while UCLA offers L.A. high school teachers a look at international food cultures.