Reviving the Simple Long-Lost Art of Roasting Eggs

A basket of eggs.

Roasting eggs is probably the most ancient way of cooking eggs. (Image: Nitr via Dreamstime)

Nourishing Breakfast Ideas to Kickstart Your Day

Bowl of oatmeal with sliced strawberries and almonds.

Starting your day with whole grains provides a steady release of energy and keeps you feeling full for longer. (Image: Julia Sudnitskaya via Dreamstime)

How Safe Is Your Food: The Most Prevalent Bacteria in the Food Industry

Artist's drawing of E. coli bacteria.

If food is not handled correctly, it can be contaminated with bacteria, viruses, harmful chemicals, and parasites. (Image: Ezumeimages via Dreamstime)

Exploring the Intriguing Tradition of Tian Op

A tian op candle.

Tian op is a unique Thai culinary practice where ingredients like vegetables, meats, and seafood are gently cooked in a special container using the heat of small candles around it. (Image: via eBay)

Japanese Natto Explored: Why This Traditional Dish Is Good for Your Health

A bowl of Japanese natto.

Natto is made from fermented soybeans and reportedly holds the characteristics of a slimy, sticky, and stringy texture. (Image: Viennetta via Dreamstime)

Is This the Protein Plant of the Future? New Study Finds ‘Sweetness Gene’ That Makes Lupins Tastier

Lupin beans on a wooden spoon.

Lupins are very high in protein and fibre, low in carbs, have a low glycemic index, and they’re easy to grow in a variety of climates. (Image: Jiri Hera via Dreamstime)

Spanish Tapas: All You Need to Know

Different types of tapas.

Spanish tapas, or tapas in general, are snacks, canapes, or small plates from Spain. (Image: Svitlana Tereshchenko via Dreamstime)

Top 10 Ranking Foods for Summer

A plate of scrambled eggs.

Eggs are a complete nutritional food. They are rich in complete proteins (they contain all the essential amino acids), which have an exceptionally high conversion rate in your body. (Image: Madeleinesteinbach via Dreamstime)

White Rice Explained: Is It Healthy or Not?

A bowl of white rice.

Rice is the primary staple food for more than half the world's population — with Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and South America the largest consuming regions. (Image: Solucionfotografica via Dreamstime)

Beer Brewed From Extracted 45-Million-Year-Old Yeast: Introducing the Amber Ale

Filling a beer glass from a tap.

Yeast is a main ingredient in beer production, but the central question is how old it should be when used to brew beer. An experiment tests the limits of how old it can be, using an extracted 45-million-year-old yeast. (Image: via Pixabay)