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‘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

The Criminal Antics in ‘Bad Vegan’ Almost Feel Too Tame for TV

‘Great British Bake Off’ Alum Lizzie Acker Spills Secrets From the Tent

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Native Chef Pyet DeSpain Wants to Take Indigenous Cooking to the Next Level

‘Bad Vegan,’ a Raw Food Success Story Gone Wrong, Is Your Next True Crime Obsession

Remembering ‘Two Fat Ladies,’ the Perfect Fat-Positive Cooking Show

An (Almost) Complete List of Everywhere Carrie and Friends Ate or Drank in ‘And Just Like That...’

Coffee Shop is closed and they can no longer go to Bed (what’s the point without Samantha, anyway?), but the characters of "Sex and the City" are still swapping puns across the tables of New York restaurants

Emmy-Winning Docuseries ‘The Migrant Kitchen’ Widens Scope to the Entire Nation

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Who’s Really Behind Joanna Gaines’s Perfect Peanut Butter Brownies?

The New York Times credits the "Fixer Upper" star for this transcendent peanut butter and chocolate combination, but both the comment section and Gaines herself say otherwise

Season Two of ‘Emily in Paris’ Is Still Inedible Tripe

You Can Rent the Many Graphic Tees Worn by Antoni on ‘Queer Eye’ for Charity

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Why Is the Food in ‘Succession’ So Gross?

‘The Great’ Creator Thinks Peter Would Make ‘an Amazing Michelin-Starred Chef’

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Can ‘Great British Bake Off’ Be Saved From Itself?

A roundtable discussion on where our favorite comfort watch went wrong, our love of Lizzie Acker, and the problem of Matt Lucas

José Andrés, Somehow Not Busy Enough, Is Launching His Own Media Company

David Chang Is Pretty Jazzed About Fake Meat in His Upcoming Hulu Show

In Her New Netflix Cooking Show, Paris Hilton Owns the Joke

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The Lasting Impact of ‘High on the Hog’ 

Host Stephen Satterfield discusses the overwhelmingly positive response to the Netflix docuseries and what he plans to do next

Can You Guess Which of These Ridiculous Food Network Shows Are Real?

The Stars of Netflix’s ‘Waffles + Mochi’ Make the New Show a Delightful Watch

Samin Nosrat, Preeti Mistry, Bricia Lopez, and Pía León on making Michelle Obama’s new, puppet-filled cooking show

HBO Max Is Making a Comedy About the Bon Appétit Fallout

Netflix’s ‘Nadiya Bakes’ Is the Antidote We Need for Lockdown Sameness

Michelle Obama’s ‘Waffles + Mochi,’ a Culinary Kids Show, Will Premiere March 16 on Netflix

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