San Jose Hot Dog Eating Champ Wins Nathan's Famous ContestSan Jose's Joey "Jaws" Chestnut beat his own record to log a 10th win. He downed 72 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes Tuesday. (7-4-17)
At Issue: Antibiotics in MeatA proposal before the San Francisco Board of Supervisors would require some retailers to report details of the antibiotics used on animals. Melissa Caen talks with the sponsor of the proposal, supervisor Jeff Sheehy. (7-2-17)
Chef Samin Nosrat, Author of 'Salt, Fat, Acid and Heat'Chef Samin Nosrat, author of 'Salt, Fat, Acid and Heat' talks to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about her new cookbook and the alchemy of cooking.
A Longtime Apricot Grower's Last Stand In Silicon ValleyLen Ramirez visits Orchard Heritage Park, behind the Sunnyvale Community Center, and spoke with Charlie Olson who, at age 82, thinks his family ranch is the last remnant of a vanishing way of life in what is now known around the world as Silicon Valley. (6-23-17)
Amazon To Buy Whole Foods Grocery Store ChainIn a major shakeup to the grocery industry, Amazon announced it is buying Whole Foods in what's said to be a $7 billion deal. Len Ramirez reports. (6-16-17)
Wine Expert Suggests Affordable Options For Holiday PartiesOn this National Wine Day, the owner and wine director of A-16 in San Francisco and Oakland shares some tips for buying wine for every occasion -- without breaking your budget. (5-25-17)
Hall Cabernet Cookoff Raises More Than $350,000 In NapaThe 2017 Hall Cabernet Cookoff was a huge success, raising more than $350,000 for Napa Valley charities. Hall wine expert, Jennifer Brown showed Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi how to choose, decant and taste a great Cabernet.
KPIX Investigation Shows Many Bay Area Restaurants Mislabel FishBay Area consumers have a reputation for being in the know but, when it comes to some seafood, local diners may be way off track. Susie Steimle reports. (4-27-17)
Central Valley Asparagus Growers Losing Local Market Share To MexicoCalifornia farmers say they're losing out big to cheaper produce coming from Mexico and one local crop in particular is hard-hit: Delta asparagus. Melissa Caen reports. (4-21-17)
Fresh Grocer Tony Tantillo Celebrates 25 Years Of Talking ProduceJackie Ward reports on Tony Tantillo marking a quarter century of working in television as a food expert (4-21-2017)
California's First Strawberries Of The Year Are Super-SizedBig, fat strawberries are the latest roadside attraction in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties. Len Ramirez reports. (4/18/17)
Lettuce Shortage At Bay Area Grocery StoresLeafy greens are in short supply in some Bay Area grocery stores. Lisa Meadows explains what's behind the lettuce shortage.
Korean Supermarket Debuts In San JoseThe new Hmart supermarket is like a mini trip to Asia packed into a former Nob Hill Foods store in San Jose. Len Ramirez reports. (4-6-17)
Wet Winter Brings Bitter Harvest for Some Central Coast FarmsThe wet winter was great for the water supply but it's a different story for locally-grown produce. Devin Fehely reports. (3-26-17)
Cupping With Keba Konte Owner Of Red Bay CoffeeKeba Konte, owner of Red Bay Coffee schools Black Renaissance's Christin Ayers in the art of coffee.
Chocolatiers From 11th Annual San Francisco Chocolate SalonChocolate makers from Rainy Day Chocolate and Socola share their sweets before the 11th Annual SF Chocolate Salon.
Record Wet Weather Leaves Lodi Vineyards Too Wet For WineCentral valley vineyard owners' livelihoods are being sunk by this season's historic storms. Steve Large reports. (2-12-17)
Kathryn & Craig Hall From Hall & Walt Wines In NapaBay Sunday host Kenny Choi welcomes Kathryn & Craig Hall From Hall & Walt Wines In Napa, authors of the New York Times bestseller, 'A Perfect Score.'
Founder Of Bette's Oceanview Diner In Berkeley Leaves Behind A LegacyBette is remembered and missed by her family, longtime customers and employees. Da Lin reports. (2/23/17)
Soul to Souls - A Celebration Featuring Black Chefs & WinemakersWine sommelier Tonya Pitts and chef David Lawrence talk to host Kenny Choi about 'Soul to Souls' a celebration featuring black chefs and winemakers happening 2/22 at One Market Restaurant, in San Francisco.
SF Lawmaker Proposes Extending Bars' Last Call To 4 AMSan Francisco state senator Scott Wiener is sponsoring legislation that could extend "last call" from 2 a.m. to 4 in the morning. Betty Yu reports. (2-15-17)
Girl Scouts Celebrate a Century of Cookie SalesAs the Bay Area debuts a new Girl Scout cookie flavor, KPIX 5's John Ramos takes a look back at one hundred years of a beloved, delicious treat. (2-2-1&)
ConsumerWatch: USDA Allows Heart Meat in Ground BeefA post on the USDA website states "beef heart meat can be used in unlimited quantities and declared as 'beef' on the label." Julie Watts reports. (2-2-17)
ConsumerWatch Weekend: Weed Killer WarningA common weed killer could soon come with a cancer warning in California. Consumer reporter Julie Watts talks with Ryan Berghoff, with the Center for Food Safety, about what that means for you. (1-28-17)