The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration says it will investigate an accident in which about 70 teenagers were sprayed with a fungicide as they worked in an eastern Illinois corn field. Full story
Instead of just eating your summer corn straight from the cob, New York Times columnist Mark Bittman demonstrates how you can get creative in the kitchen, whipping up a raw corn salad with tomatoes and basil, a corn and coconut milk soup, and more.
The man who has battled different flavors of the world in “Man V. Food” and crowned the best sandwich in America talks about his newest Travel Channel venture, “Fandemonium,” which shows super-fans in the U.S. and Canada celebrating their passions with over-the-top tailgating.
Donna Bozzo, a self-proclaimed “online junkie” who knows how to have fun, shows off a variety of games families can play together like DIY lawn Twister, glow bowling and a jumbo game of Scrabble.
New Orleans native John Besh shares a few of his favorite southern-flavored recipes for the grill, including herb-grilled snapper with buttermilk dressing and grilled corn on the cob.
Chefs Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay tackle viewers’ summer cooking questions, including whether you should grill corn with the husks on or off.
Andrew Zimmern from the Travel Channel series “Bizarre Foods” shows how you can put together a simple and tasty one-pot country shrimp and corn dish for your next dinner.
** FILE ** The sun rises while a John Deere combine sitting parked on a freshly harvested corn field with acres of corn left to harvest Saturday, Sept. 9, 2006, near Ashland, Ill. From corn fields to Wall Street, enthusiasm for ethanol is at an all-time high. But not everyone is enthusiastic. Demand
World Bank Director Jim Yong Kim drinks "chicha", a beverage made with corn, during a ceremony in Cliza, near Cochabamba, July 6, 2013. President Morales' government and Kim met in Cliza to sign an agreement to develop agricultural projects, reported local media. REUTERS/Danilo Balderrama (BOLIVIA -
In this Saturday, June 8, 2013 photo, A central Illinois farmer continues planting corn seed into the evening in Farmingdale, Ill. The USDA releases its monthly update on planted acres and yield expectations on Wednesday. The report could reflect the impact of a very wet spring in the Midwest on cor
A displaced woman roasts corn to sell outside makeshift tents at a roadside camp after the waters of the river Yamuna rose in New Delhi June 20, 2013. India's monsoon rains could ease soon after hitting 89 percent over averages in the week to June 19, according to weather office sources, in a third