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Hunger Simulation

Tne government reports one in six Americans struggle with hunger. That’s nearly 50 million of us. One way to raise awareness here is to have people experience the struggles faced by low-income families.

Chef challenge at UT

UT Chef Jason Timmons describes the regional ARAMARK Culinary Excellence (ACE) Challenge that was held at Presidential Court Cafe on the University of Tennessee campus on Thursday, March 29, 2012.

Lack of oversight in the Food Stamp program

US Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., chairman of the House’s government oversight committee, discusses problems with Agriculture Department oversight of the Food Stamp program. Related articles:

Food Tour in Downtown Knoxville, Tennessee showcases best places to eat

Enjoy Knoxville’s food tour and discover the best dining options downtown has to offer. From coffee shops and desserts to international flavors, downtown Knoxville has something for everyone.

UT Culinary Institute International Cuisine

Persian/Iranian foods were prepared by students of UT’s non-credit culinary class on Saturday, Jan 21, 2012.

Restaurants Buy Local Foods

Many Tennessee restaurant owners report that when it comes to the foods they prepare and serve, they prefer to buy from local farmers. Heres’s a place where locally grown is appreciated by both the cooks and the customers

Swine and Dine at Bacon Fest 2011 in Knoxville, Tennessee – We’ve always known country was cool. Bacon has become oh so popular, but it’s always reigned supreme in the Appalachian Mountains. With rural frugality almost an obsession, mountaineers have historically eaten every part of the pig, from the ears to the lips to the feet. This way of eating and cooking has become [...]

Food Storage

The holidays often include buying extra groceries, and then lots of leftovers. Many people think holiday foods actually taste better the following day. But there are steps to avoid having those leftovers make you sick.

Making turkey soup

Mary Constantine transforms a turkey carcass into turkey soup.

Meet the Chef: Peter Glander of Ruby Tuesday

Peter Glander has a lot to balance. As executive chef of Ruby Tuesday, Glander’s influence in the kitchen stretches to all 800 Ruby Tuesday restaurants across the world. Formerly executive chef of Blackberry Farm, Glander has worked at Ruby Tuesday, out of the corporate hub in Maryville, since August 2008.

Farmer’s Market

It’s perhaps America’s tastiest holiday-Thanksgiving. In Tennessee, a trip to your local farmer’s market might be a great way to shop for your holiday feast.

King Tut’s Grill has best Greek Salad in Knoxville, Tennessee

King Tut’s is famous. If it isn’t, it should be. The food is great, there’s no doubt about it. But what keeps people coming back is the owner. You must meet Mo for yourself to understand. He steals the show.

Knox County Schools’ executive chef Warren Davis

Knox County Schools has hired an executive chef, Warren Davis, who wears more than just a chef’s hat in the role. Davis, formerly the executive chef for a local restaurant and Cisco Foods, now finds his days occupied with students, sharing culinary skills with staff and developing menus and recipes for school cafeterias. In this [...]

Ye Olde Steakhouse in Knoxville, Tennessee

Ye Olde Steakhouse is home to the best steaks in the city, but that isn’t the only reason people continue to come back to this Knoxville culinary landmark. From the rustic home-like atmosphere to being named one of the 100 best things about Tennessee football, this dining location is on the top of every Knoxville [...]

Red velvet funnel cakes served at the Tennessee Valley Fair

This year at the Tennessee Valley Fair, a new culinary treat will be served up: Best Around Concessions is debuting their red velvet funnel cakes. The Tennessee Valley Fair is at Chilhowee Park, 3301 E. Magnolia Ave., from Sept. 9-18, 2011.

New and classic fair foods at the Tennessee Valley Fair

This year at the Tennessee Valley Fair, patrons can expect to see their favorite classic fair foods — corndogs, funnel cakes and ice cream, for instance. But what many might not expect are new, creative bites — such as fried Kool-Aid, red velvet funnel cakes and fried green tomato hamburgers. The Tennessee Valley Fair is [...]

Shop Turkey Creek in Knoxville, Tennessee – You can get everything you need in the Turkey Creek shopping center. Upscale boutiques, clothing stores, and fine dining are just a few of the things that Turkey Creek has to offer in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Lunch at Litton’s Market and Restaurant

Knoxville is home to Litton’s Market and Restaurant in Fountain City. Here you’ll get more than a delicious burger and scrumptious pie, you’ll find real people who care about the food they prepare and the people eating it.

Downtown Farmer’s Market in Knoxville, Tennessee – The Knoxville Farmers’ Market on Market Square in Downtown Knoxville, Tennessee is an open-air farmers’ market with products that include produce, eggs, honey, herbs, free-range meat, bread, baked goods, salsas, coffee and artisan crafts.

Food vs. Fuel

The green movement includes producing biofuels as a way to help the environment. But some consumers are concerned that growing crops for ethanol will mean a decreased food supply and higher prices at the grocery store. UT Ag Researchers are studying what could be a compromise between food and fuel.

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