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The Women Who Shaped America’s Palate

Author Mayukh Sen talks about the women who revolutionized America’s foodways, and why the hurdles they faced still exist

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Who Knows Anthony Bourdain?

To remember somebody well isn’t necessarily to know them, as Laurie Woolever’s "Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography" reveals — one conversation at a time

Dinner’s in the Cards

I used "Divine Your Dinner" to cook a meal using tarot cards and all I got was this lousy insight

How Ice Cream Became the Ultimate American Comfort Food

From Prohibition comfort to wartime morale booster, ice cream has played a surprisingly significant role in the country’s history

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Austin Taco Expert Publishes Spanglish Taco Book for Kids

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In ‘Crying in H Mart,’ Michelle Zauner Cooks Through Grief

In the new memoir from the musician behind Japanese Breakfast, Korean food provides a link to family and identity following her mother’s death

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How Anthony Bourdain’s Longtime Assistant Made His New Book a Reality

With "World Travel," Laurie Woolever makes it possible for fans to travel with Anthony Bourdain once again

Fruit Wasn’t Meant to Be Easy

From poisonous plum pits to pungent durian, Kate Lebo explores the complex beauty of fruit in ‘The Book of Difficult Fruit’

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A Year of Food in Fiction

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David Chang’s Memoir Fails to Account for the Trauma He Caused Me

Chang’s memoir "Eat a Peach" grapples with the white-hot fury that defined most of his career at Momofuku. But for an employee on the receiving end of that rage, the book fails to truly reckon with the pain he left behind.

From the Strategist: The Best 2020 Cookbooks to Give, Recommended by Cookbook Authors

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In ‘Memorial,’ Houston Author Bryan Washington Uses Food to Connect Queer Love, Culture, and Place

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The Joy of Cooking Other People’s ‘Secret Family Recipes’

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Cook the Dishes From Your Favourite London Restaurants

Inside David Chang’s New Memoir

10 telling quotes from "Eat a Peach"

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Cook the Dishes From Your Favourite London Restaurants

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A Fool’s Choice

In an excerpt from her memoir "Our Lady of Perpetual Hunger," pastry chef Lisa Dononvan attempts to find some work-life balance at her first intense restaurant job

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The Best Food Comics and Graphic Novels to Help You Escape

From Anthony Bourdain’s "Hungry Ghosts" to "The Mushroom Fan Club" by Elise Gravel, these books will leave you entertained and hungry

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MFK Fisher’s ‘How to Cook a Wolf’ Is Essential Reading Right Now

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The Freshest Boudin Noir in Lyon

In an excerpt from his new memoir, "Dirt," Bill Buford attends a countryside pig killing

In ‘Wine Girl,’ a Sommelier Recounts Misogyny and Abuse in the Fine Dining World

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Minnesota Bloggers to Follow for All Your “Distractibaking” Needs

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The 10 Best Cookbooks for Beginner Home Cooks

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7 Food Memoirs to Read Right Now

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Eater Book Club Returns in April to Read Iliana Regan’s ‘Burn the Place’

Have Restaurant Smoking Bans Gone Too Far?

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Odd Duck’s Acclaimed Chef Bryce Gilmore Is Publishing a Texas Cookbook

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15 Book Recommendations for Food Lovers

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Eater Book Club Is Reading Elizabeth Acevedo’s ‘With the Fire on High’

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You Don’t Need a Membership Card to Make Palizzi Social Club’s Dishes at Home

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Take a Peek Inside Chris Shepherd’s New Houston-Obsessed Cookbook

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Publican Group Chef Paul Kahan Embraces Simplicity in Second Cookbook

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