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Netflix’s ‘The Makanai’ Is a Soothing Delight for Those Who Measure Their Lives in Meals

When the World Ends, I Only Hope to Grow a Patch of Strawberries

What California Cuisine’s Past Tells Us About Its Future

Into the 1980s, the heart of the California food revolution was also a hub of French fine dining. Why did the goat cheese and sundried tomatoes win?

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This Year, Food TV Got Weird

Sure, everyone was horny for "The Bear." But from GBBO’s "Mexican Week" to "Is It Cake?" to "Easy-Bake Battle," the rest of food TV this year was far less exciting

Apparently, Hosting the ‘Great American Baking Show’ Is as Awkward as It Looks

The Great American Eater Interview With Paul and Prue

Tembi Locke Is Cooking ‘From Scratch’

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The Trouble With Trek Food

The best cookbooks help us learn and think about their subjects. The new Star Trek cookbook, sadly, only reaches for the food coloring.

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‘Great British Bake Off’ Mexican Week Was the Nadir of the Show’s Fall From Grace

11 Moments That Show How ‘Great British Bake Off’ Crumbled

I Am Tired of Watching People Go to Italy

How One Food Stylist Creates Otherworldly Dishes for Your Favorite Sci-Fi Show

From full-on feasts in "Foundation" to intricate meaty platters in "Hannibal," food stylist Janice Poon on how she tells stories that take place in fantastic worlds

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Portland Pizza Icon Sarah Minnick on Her ‘Chef’s Table: Pizza’ Turn

You Should Be Watching ‘Junior Bake-Off’

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Yes, More Food TV Is Coming. Here’s What to Watch.

So We’re Doing Survivalism in Cooking Shows Now

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The ‘Jiro’ Filter

Slow-motion pans over dishes, languid wisps of steam rising into the air, Philip Glass: How David Gelb’s cinematic style defined a generation of food documentaries

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In ‘Better Call Saul’ Finale, Saul’s Fate Hangs on a Pint of Blue Bell Ice Cream

Apologies to ‘The Bear,’ but We Have Already Seen Peak ‘Sexually Competent Dirtbag Line Cook’

Netflix’s ‘Iron Chef’ Upsells the Glory of Winning a Cooking Competition

I Have Beef With the Can Storyline in ‘The Bear’

FX Orders Up a Second Season of ‘The Bear’

‘The Bear’ Brings an Authentic, Breakneck Look at Restaurant Life to Hulu 

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Mason Hereford Brings Strong New Orleans Energy to the New Season of ‘Iron Chef’

Why Do Tech Bros Have Such a Weird Relationship to Food?

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The Real Prize of Top Chef

How the Bravo reality show redefined fame and success for professional chefs

The Charm of Watching Kids Running Mundane Food Errands on ‘Old Enough’

How I Got My Job: Making Travel Food Shows

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How the Prop Master for ‘Pachinko’ Crafted Perfect-Looking Comfort Korean Food

Apple TV+’s sprawling epic "Pachinko" recreates Korean history, in the kitchen and on the plate

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To Borrow His Favorite Catchphrase: Fuck Me, Gordon Ramsay’s New Show Is Bad

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We Have to Talk About the Food in ‘Atlanta’

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Haven’t We Told Julia Child’s Story Enough?

Like its subject, HBO Max’s "Julia" is plentiful in charm, but it might be time for something new

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