The Troisgros restaurant, a veritable shrine to France's haute cuisine, is pulling out of the town it put on the map thanks to the three Michelin stars it has boasted since 1968.
It took a move to the US from Ghana to convince food entrepreneur Essie Bartels that the world deserved to know more about west African cuisine.
Burgers, fries, tacos and pastries come wrapped in grease-proof paper and boxes that often contain non-stick chemicals that may be able to leach into food, US researchers said last week.
Shaobing was first brought to Xiangfen sometime after 770 BC, and, while available almost all over the country, it is a particularly popular snack in North China.
French chef Yannick Alleno on Thursday won the three-star rating in the 2017 Michelin Guide, France's prestigious gourmet guide.
This Saturday is the Lantern Festival, or Yuan Xiao Festival. Celebrated on the 15th day of the first month of the Chinese calendar, it marks the last day of festivities surrounding the Chinese New Year.
Despite the Spring Festival holiday, workers in a flavoring company in eastern China's Zhejiang Province continue to package their fermented bean curd products.
While many people know that the Chinese New Year's Eve dinner is one of the most important events of the year for the great majority of Chinese people, what is actually eaten at this big meal may still confuse non-Chinese.
A manufacturer of Chinese liqueurs, Chen Chao wanders through the bamboo-covered mountains of Southwest China's Sichuan Province to his "cellar," where he will check on this year's prize blend.
Next time you order halibut, red snapper or yellowfin tuna at a sushi restaurant in the Los Angeles area, you may want to ask for proof of what's on your plate.
Hollywood celebrity Mark Wahlberg and his chef brother Paul Wahlberg is expanding their family restaurant business "Wahlburgers" to China.
Rice noodles with snails, a signature dish sold at street stalls in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, are being exported to the United States, a company said.
At first glance, apart from a telltale little hole between its eyes, the inert fish looks like any other dead whiting. But its flesh is much tastier thanks to the ancient Japanese method by which it was slaughtered: ikejime, also known as spiking.
For 79 years it reigned as a New York culinary institution: The Carnegie Deli, frequented by locals and visitors for its ginormous sandwiches, and immortalized in the Woody Allen movie Broadway Danny Rose.
On the arid, wind-swept plateau of central Spain, saffron producers are reaping the benefits of a return to favor of the precious spice introduced by Arabs in the Middle Ages.
"Up until now, people would queue in the street to get dinner, in the cold and rain," says Garcia. "So we asked ourselves why we couldn't do this in a restaurant." And "Robin Hood" was born.
One hundred restaurants in China are qualified among the world's top 1000 restaurants, while 113 restaurants in France and 116 restaurants in Japan are also on the list, according to the second edition of the French gastronomic classification "The List", which was unveiled Monday in Paris.
Hirotake Ooka does not do anything by half. For nearly two decades the former Japanese chemist has been on a quest to make the very best and most natural French wine possible.