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Ghetto Gastro, in Its Own Words

With its upcoming cookbook, "Black Power Kitchen," the Bronx-based collective is bringing itself out of the abstract

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Ruby Tandoh, as She Is

With her new book, "Cook as You Are," the "Great British Bake Off" alum is taking up space, on her own terms

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Tanya Holland Aims for Impact

The Oakland chef has achieved her life goal of building community — through her storied (but now-closed) restaurant, her media work, and her newest book, "California Soul." But she’s just getting started.

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How to Cook a Direwolf

By recreating dishes from popular media like "Game of Thrones," "The Lord of the Rings," and "Twin Peaks," the chef Iliana Regan didn’t just turn fine dining on its head at her restaurant Elizabeth — she cooked fanfiction

The Country’s First Native American Woman-Owned Brewery in the U.S. Doesn’t Want to Be Its Last

The owners of New Mexico’s Bow & Arrow Brewing Co. hope to inspire the next generation of Indigenous brewers

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HAGS Will Be Queer First, and a Restaurant Second

Telly Justice and Camille Lindsley are creating a blueprint for fine dining’s queer future with their upcoming New York City opening, HAGS

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Cecilia Chiang, in Her Own Words

At 98, the iconic San Francisco restaurateur is as bold as ever. Now, she shares her life story with her friend, pastry chef Belinda Leong.

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Eric Rivera Is Playing the Game 

Despite everything, the Seattle chef has found a way to successfully run his restaurant Addo — and he has some advice for the rest of the industry

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Where Are All the Chinese Fast-Casual Restaurants?

Eater Young Gun Lucas Sin’s work at Junzi Kitchen is a step forward for Chinese cooking in America

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The Natural

At Kismet in Los Angeles, Eater Young Gun Kae Whalen makes natural wine easy to enjoy

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Where’s the Beef?

People in Hawai‘i want good, local beef. Eater Young Gun Jason Chow (’19) wants to provide it

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Putting the Soul of Atlanta on the Dessert Menu

Tiny Lou’s pastry chef Claudia Martinez draws inspiration from the city, the Clermont Hotel, and the divey strip club underneath it

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The Past as Possibility in the Appalachian South

How chef and Eater Young Gun Ashleigh Shanti centers African-American voices through her cooking

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The Kitchen Renegade

At El Departamento de la Comida, one of Puerto Rico’s most visible recovery organizations, chef Verónica Quiles runs the show

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The Pleasures of Ina Garten

For the fans that follow the Barefoot Contessa’s recipes, what she’s really selling, in addition to pleasure, is the confidence of a practiced cook

Jenny Dorsey Dishes Out Discomfort

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Porcelain That Looks Like Pastry

Margaret Braun’s sugar-sculpted marvels have appeared in books, museums, and before royalty. Now, she’s embracing a new role in the food world

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Angela Dimayuga Is Here From the Future to Save Us All

The quiet architect of Mission Chinese as we know it is ready for life after Danny Bowien (and Ivanka Trump)

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Christina Tosi Has a Cookie

Milk Bar gave us crack pie, cereal milk, and bagel bombs — now can it conquer the world without losing its soul?

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