Cougar Eats: A BYU Dining History>
Enjoy a hearty helping of memories from nearly 150 years of student sustenance.
The Diet of Champions?>
Most diets don't work for long-term weight loss and health. BYU experts offer up three different frameworks to consider.
Bound Securely to the Savior>
Your relationship with Him can anchor you in life’s storms.
Good play starts with good food. Check out food traditions from BYU athletes that help them play and celebrate.
Head of the Tails
The people behind the making of the famous 15-inch Cougar Tail.
￼ Sharing a Meal
Enjoy a big gulp of bean juice or an eye-watering bite of black pepper as BYU grads share tasty tales from campus meals.
Utah Food Lore
Eric Eliason breaks down Utah food traditions like fry sauce, scones, green jell-O, funeral potatoes, and more.
BYU’s closed-loop composting system diverts food waste from landfills to campus flowerbeds as mulch and dirt.
BYU researchers became the first to discover where the ancient Maya kept their sacred cacao groves.
The Classroom Scoop
The sweet taste and punny names of editing professor Jacob Rawlins's homemade ice cream bring flavor to his classroom.
Making Peace with Her Body
After struggling through an eating disorder, an alumna is helping others find their way.
Creating a No-Hunger Zone
Business partners join forces to fight hunger in northern Utah County.
Photographer Erica M. Allen (BFA '15) has the unique job of making meals look like masterpieces.
Together Let’s Grow
A visiting scholar of religion shares what he has learned on his journey with the Saints.
Nourish and Strengthen
Empowering children to improve their relationship with food and body image starts at home.
From Cod to Korma
Few things are as evocative—or as imbued with meaning—as food.
￼ Just the Good Stuff
Cook up BBQ chicken tacos and peach cobbler with recipes from blogger Lauren Allen at Tastes Better from Scratch.