"In order for it to grow around the world, it needs to be bred by plant breeders down to lower altitude," says journalist Lisa Hamilton. "The trouble is that those seeds -- that genetic diversity -- are owned by the people of the Andes."
Some say one man's vision is responsible for putting chardonnay on tables across America: Jess Stonestreet Jackson of the Kendall-Jackson wine empire. Edward Humes is the author of the Jackson biography A Man and His Mountain.
In the kitchen there are unwritten rules we follow. But what's the science behind these rules? Tim Cebula, senior food editor at Cooking Light and co-author of "Why You Dredge, Rest, Pulse, and Process," explains.
After ABC anchor Dan Harris had a panic attack on live national TV in front of 5 million people, he turned to meditation. The author of 10% Happier discovered meditation might help you eat less and enjoy your food more.
Some of the most noted jazz and blues artists performed on the chitlin' circuit, or at even smaller juke joints in the woods. Frederick Douglass Opie, professor of history and foodways at Babson College, explains the connection between Southern food and music on the chitlin' circuit.