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CHEFS
CHEFS

José Andrés Thinks Olives Are a Trojan Horse

The legendary chef opens up about humanitarianism, his motivation, and how olives make him feel like an American.
Ximena N. Larkin
6.4.18
crime
crime

Maryland Police Officer Charged for Pouring Beer Down Man's Shirt After Writing Ticket

The officer was wearing a body camera but turned it off before grabbing the man by the collar and dousing him in beer.
Jelisa Castrodale
5.24.18
Portland
Portland

Portland Chef Reportedly Forced Out of Country Due to Visa Issues

Manuel Lopez made Angel Food & Fun a beloved spot for Mexican food in Portland. But Lopez can allegedly no longer work there because his visa was not renewed.
Mayukh Sen
12.5.17
Restaurant Confessionals
Restaurant Confessionals

My Restaurant Has Paid Human Smugglers to Bring Mexicans Over the Border

I have over 20 Mexican employees. And the real truth is that I don’t know which are legal and which aren’t. I truly don’t care. They’re loyal to me and I’m loyal to them.
Anonymous
9.9.17
Tacos
Tacos

Documenting the Taco Scene in Post-Trump Los Angeles

Bill Esparza tells the stories behind LA's favorite tacos.
Natalie B. Compton
9.8.17
mexico
mexico

Meet the Man Bringing Russian Cuisine to Mexico

Pollo a la Kiev and Oaxaca cheese pirozhki are just the start.
Fernanda Ballesteros
9.7.17
politics
politics

We Spoke to the Black Rifle Coffee Owner About Guns, Hipsters, and Hiring Veterans

We spoke to Evan Hafer, the coffee roaster who pledged to hire 10,000 veterans in response to Starbucks' pledge to hire 10,000 immigrants.
Jelisa Castrodale
8.1.17
Fast Food Week
Fast Food Week

My Dad Invented the Extra Value Meal

Angela Dimayuga of Mission Chinese Food discovers that her father, a former manager at McDonald's, unwittingly changed the fast food landscape forever.
Angela Dimayuga
7.27.17
immigrants
immigrants

Nation of Immigrants: The Woman Who Asked God to Help Her Open a Restaurant

After arriving in Indiana from Honduras, Maritza Castellanos spent years working as a housekeeper—she still does, in fact—and eventually opened Rincon Catracho, now beloved by the Honduran community.
Dave Simpson
5.25.17
immigrants
immigrants

Nation of Immigrants: Sharing Venezuelan Sandwiches and Culture in Red State Territory

Lafayette, Louisiana might seem like an unlikely home for the restaurant Patacón, which serves cheese- and meat-stuffed sandwiches made of fried plantains.
Dave Simpson
5.15.17
immigrants
immigrants

PHOTOS: We Spoke to the Bakers Behind NYC's 'Day Without Bread' Protest

The Department of Homeland Security audit that sparked the mass firing is supposed to be the first of its kind that New York has seen in a decade.
Alex Swerdloff
4.21.17
immigrants
immigrants

Nation of Immigrants: Little Laos in Rural Iowa

"Not a lot of people know what Laos is and he's built himself his own Laos. This is his comfort."
Dave Simpson
4.13.17