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Culture

'Bad Appetite' Puts the Food World's Cultural Appropriation on the Chopping Block

Comedian Jenny Yang uses her nascent YouTube series to showcase underrepresented voices in food.
Tiffany Do
7.23.18
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'Top Chef' Star Brother Luck Isn't Here to Define His Food By Race

"We look at this country as black and white, and as a biracial person you get to be on the sidelines like, ‘Y’all are crazy.’”
Korsha Wilson
3.12.18
politics

When Is It OK to Talk Politics at the Bar?

For decades, "don’t talk politics or religion behind the bar" has been a common maxim for bartenders. But do these uncertain times call for a new rulebook?
Al Sotack
12.29.17
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How Puerto Rico Will Recover With the Help of Spam, Again

There's a reason certain recipes are part of the Puerto Rican culinary vernacular.
Illyanna Maisonet
11.30.17
In the Belly of America

This Bar Is a 60s Americana Oasis on the Mexican Border

Inside Polite Provisions, an only-in-America kind of place.
Ivy Knight
11.19.17
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The Brutal History of South Africa's Most Famous Curry

The real story of Durban curry, the dish that sparked countless urban legends.
Ishay Govender-Ypma
11.11.17
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In Defense of 'Craft'

I started bartending by putting expensive garbage in front of people who didn't care. The craft renaissance was a revelation.
Al Sotack
11.4.17
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Inside the Lakota Sioux's Fight for Food Sovereignty

“Permaculture is a white people word. We already lived that life; we just have to practice it.“
Clarissa Wei
10.27.17
sustainability

Meet China’s '100 Percent Self-Sustainable Man'

He wears secondhand socks and brings his own organic vegetables to restaurants in a country where environmental consciousness is still a rare thing.
Jamie Fullerton
6.29.17