Jerome Grant, Washington native and executive chef of the Sweet Home Café, tells the story of African-American culture through food.
For the first time, an American team has won gold at the Bocuse d'Or, considered the cooking world’s equivalent of the Olympics.
Igor Avramenko's food truck in Los Angeles combines its owner's two passions: Russian food and American culture.
Japanese, Thai, Korean, Indian, Burmese and other Asian cuisines are increasingly available in grocery stores and restaurants in the United States.
How and what Americans eat often reflect the changes taking place in society at any particular time. Fast food and pizza delivery can teach us a lot.
Want a taste of America? Stop by a state fair! With rides, music, food and fun, state fairs are a long-standing tradition.
Thanksgiving in the United States is a time to gather with family and friends, share a traditional meal, and express gratitude for the good things in life.
When it comes to food, a lot of Americans are going back to basics. Thanks in part to the Slow Food movement, chefs and diners are rediscovering homestyle food that is simply prepared using the freshest ingredients.