In Sicily, a gathering culinary movement is evidenced by events like Cibo Nostrum, in restaurants and through efforts by those like culinary agency, La Cook.
In the Kreuzberg district of Berlin, Germany, Markthalle Neun has been given new life, and has become a destination for tourists, locals, and food lovers from all walks of life.
In San Juan, Puerto Rico, a dining scene as vibrant as its people, and as inspiring as its surroundings, beckons visitors and locals alike.
In Puerto Rico, ongoing efforts for relief from Hurricane Maria are being made by local organizations and businesses, in addition to external support.
In Japan, Peruvian chef Ricardo Zarate studies and draws inspiration for his Los Angeles restaurant, Rosaliné.
In Cape Town, South Africa, Chef Luke Dale Roberts’ Test Kitchen addresses the area’s drought with creative solutions in the kitchen.
Berlin’s Prussian, or “Thai” Park, provides locals and visitors a place to gather and eat, to learn from one another, and for the city’s Thai population, to earn a living.
At the Kennedy Space Center, NASA researchers look ahead to determine the long-term needs and sustainability of their experiments––growing plants on Mars.
In Stockholm, sustainability and conscious sourcing are foundational values to a culture that embraces creativity, coziness and contentment.
In part two of a three-part series on NASA's food programs, the Life & Thyme team travels to the Kennedy Space Center to learn about growing food on orbit.
At the Kennedy Space Center, NASA researchers undertake a series of experiments designed to determine the conditions necessary to grow plants in space.
In Mallorca, Spain, Carmen Ruiz de Huidobro, founder of Españolita Trips, leads guests to discover the world and cuisine of her upbringing.
In and around Memphis, Tennessee, Chefwear and the chefs who helm the city’s restaurants celebrate the past, present and future through culinary efforts.
In Mallorca, Spain, a tradition of multi-cultural influences and Mediterranean cuisine is carried on through the efforts of preservationists like Deborah Piña Zitrone, and Espanolita Trips.
In South Africa, the art and tradition of braaing is about so much more than barbecue.