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The Founder of Bob’s Red Mill, One of the Country’s Most Famous Whole Grain Brands, Has Died

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Food Network Star and Bay Area Chef Michael Chiarello Dies at 61

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Austin Barbecue Great LeAnn Mueller Dies at 51

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Remembering Raghavan Iyer, Whose Final Cookbook Traces the Continent-Traversing History of Curry

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The Legacy of Mimi Sheraton, the Pioneering Critic Who Died at 97

Mimi Sheraton, the New York Times’ First Female Food Critic, Dies

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The Founder of Mr. Beef, the Chicago Restaurant That Inspired ‘The Bear,’ Has Died

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New York Restaurants Through the Eyes of Gael Greene

Julie Powell, Writer Behind Beloved Early Food Blog the Julie/Julia Project, Has Died

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Storied Restaurant Critic Gael Greene Has Died

She was 88

Late Country Legend Loretta Lynn Was Also One Hell of a Home Cook

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One of the Most Influential Chefs in Britain, Alastair Little, Has Died

Diana Kennedy, Legendary Author of Mexican Cookbooks, Dies at 99

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Who We’ve Lost

The numbers associated with COVID losses are staggering. But numbers don’t truly convey the lives lost, the families and friends left in their wake.

Chef Behind Parisian New-Wave Hit Dersou Dies

Pierre Troisgros Dies at 92

Herman Cain, Former Presidential Candidate and Pizza Chain CEO, Dies of COVID-19

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Floyd Cardoz’s Genre-Crossing Talents Built a Better Dining Scene

To Commemorate the Death of Gray Kunz, a Timeline of His Work at Lespinasse

Gladys Bourdain, Anthony Bourdain’s Mother and Champion, Has Died

‘Queen of Cake’ Maida Heatter Dies at 102

Iconic New Orleans Chef Leah Chase Dies at 96

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The Food World Mourns Death of New Orleans Icon Leah Chase

The queen of Creole cooking died at the age of 96

RIP Robin Leach, Host of ’Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous’

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Joël Robuchon’s Legacy Explained in Eight Dishes

The world’s most Michelin-starred chef will be remembered for more than his mashed potatoes

Michelin Mourns Loss of Joël Robuchon, Its Most-Starred Chef

The World Reacts to the Death of Joël Robuchon

The Very Best of Jonathan Gold

A tribute to the late legendary critic by those his work inspired

Jonathan Gold on the Art of Food Criticism

Jonathan Gold, LA Times Restaurant Critic and Food Writer, Dead at 57

Anthony Bourdain Rewrote the Rules for Food and Travel Shows

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In Anthony Bourdain, the Food World Found One of Its Strongest Voices

The television host and writer, who died today at 61, changed how we talk about food