Kiyoshi Kimura's ear-to-ear grin is tough to miss in Japan -- it's splashed across ubiquitous billboards advertising his nationwide sushi chain.
Beneath the giant red sign illuminating the Asian Garden Mall in Southern California, slabs of jumbo, white squid are seared on a smoky grill. Nearby, children pluck fried potato slices off a stick and couples dance to Vietnamese ballads.
China's favorite cola of the 1980s is to be relaunched, 20 years after an ill-fated deal with Pepsi consigned Tianfu Cola to the sidelines of the country's soft-drink market.
Made out of pig's blood, pork fat and oatmeal, black pudding might seem an unlikely candidate for the shelves of Britain's health food aisles.
A bottle nearly as old as Canada discovered last year contained a bitter-tasting beer that was just about drinkable but not very good, a researcher who tested it said Thursday.
It's among the biggest of Japan's many New Year holiday rituals: Early on Tuesday, a huge, glistening tuna was auctioned for about 14 million Japanese yen (US$118,000) at Tokyo's 80-year-old Tsukiji market. Next year, if all goes as planned, the tradition won't be quite the same.
Singapore and Bali are having a restaurant version of a cross-cultural exchange.
Sidney Mintz, a renowned American scholar credited with creating the field of "food anthropology," died this week at the age of 93, U.S. media reported on Thursday.
Patrick Brown is on an improbable mission: Make a burger Americans love, minus the meat.
Avocado is becoming the new mandarin for farmers of upper Kheng in Zhemgang, Bhutan with some of its growers already earning a decent income from its sale.