Clair Brown and Pearl McLeod explain how changing your diet can change the world.
Thich Nhat Hanh and Dr. Lilian Cheung on how the simple act of mindfully eating an apple can bring you many delights.
Gesshin Greenwood argues why the perfect project of Zen is pie-making.
Her parents’ divorce meant angry mealtimes, but Elissa Altman found her way back to a nurturing table. She shares her tips on preparing and enjoying meals that heal yourself and others.
Jan Chozen Bays teaches us how to make every meal a celebration of gratitude, enjoyment, and true nourishment.
Buddhist practitioner John Bussineau offers something you can do that will make a lot more of a difference to than griping on social media.
Jan Chozen Bays on the incessant desires that fuel our confusion and suffering.
Meet the Silicon Valley data scientist who is using the example of the Buddha to help Americans rethink their relationship to food.
Three-Michelin star restaurant owner, French chef, and Buddhist, Eric Ripert, was featured on last week’s episode of Anthony Bourdain’s ‘Parts Unknown.”
This week, “New York” magazine revisited a classic conflation of Buddhism and marketing.