food

The Spiritual Roots of the Modern Food Movement

What would the Gospel of Jesus be like if we could only experience it through…

Does Fasting Even Matter Anymore?

Jesus and Moses began their earthly ministries by spending 40 days alone in the wilderness…

Other Food Shows Turn Chefs Into Gods, But ‘Street Food’ Is About Deacons

The best meals come without pretensions. Food doesn’t have to be simple, but it should…

Not a Drill: Pizza Is a Healthier Breakfast Option Than Your Average Cereal

Add another delicious point to the list of reasons why that leftover pizza you microwaved…

Nothing Glorifies Creation Like ‘Chef’s Table’

There’s something knowable and attainable about food. It’s an equalizer. Maybe that’s why so many…

Attention: Little Caesars Is Giving Away Free Pizza Today Because of a March Madness Bet

You know all about Little Caesars’ Hot-N-Ready carryout, but did you know they also deliver?…

‘Sweet Jesus’ Ice Cream Is Using Satanic Symbols In Its Marketing; People Are Not Happy

We prefer not to associate ice cream with the devil. Ice cream makes us very…

Here Are the Worst Meals in America

Before you start making your weekend dinner plans, you may want to read this story.…

Why Food Matters to Faith

The rise of the new food movement puts an interesting question to Christians: Is what we eat a matter of faith?

World Food Day Highlights the Global Imbalance of Food Distribution

Today marks the second annual World Food Day—instituted by the Department of Agriculture, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and 262 private voluntary organizations as a day to observe the international state of hunger and food distribution. It came to light earlier this year that Americans waste 40 percent of their food every day, while 1 in 7 worldwide do not receive enough nutrition, according to the U.N. How can the scale be tipped back into balance? This is the question World Food Day seeks to illuminate at a local and global level.

An Inventory of our Refrigerators

I recently read an article on World Vision Canada’s website about being a socially conscious…