Portable solar cookers can cook anything from nachos to scrambled eggs to applesauce.
Brooklyn-based House of Juice wants to give out free juices and smoothies to teach kids healthy eating.
The money is arriving from grants administered by the New York Community Trust.
Author Leanne Brown wrote "Good and Cheap," which gives ideas for people living on food stamps.
Bed-Stuy culinary classes are being held to educate residents on nutrition.
18 bodegas, restaurants and grocery stores will boost healthy offerings as part of a food campaign.
Three teams of Brooklyn chefs will square off at Saturday's Brooklyn Chef Battle.
Mother and son team Brenda and Aaron Beener want to help reduce rates of diabetes and obesity in Harlem.
Snug Harbor will host the workshop "From Farm to Table to Compost" to promote healthy eating.
A new greenmarket is providing fresh items to Elmhurst residents and visitors.
Apple to Zucchini aims to help parents who are overwhelmed with information make better choices.
Shaquille O'Neal joins with life-size veggie characters to teach nutrition this Sunday.
This vegetarian recipe is full of health-inducing nutrients such as chlorogenic acid and lycopene.
Children learned about healthy cooking at the Kids Food Festival in Bryant Park on Jan. 21, 2012.
Doc Popcorn, a low-fat popcorn chain, hopes to expand throughout the city over the next year.
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