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Don’t Yuck My Yum: Kids Books That Dismantle Orientalism & Food Shaming

Referring to Asian food as ‘ethnic’ centers whiteness as the normActually – stop calling all of our stuff – particularly us...

How Rosa Porto Created the Most Beloved Bakery in All of Los Angeles

The potato ball is as good a place as any to start when talking about Porto’s. They are divine racquetball-sized...

Coquito (Puerto Rican Eggnog) Cupcakes

Chances are, if you’ve made it this far into the New Year, you’ve finally used up all that eggnog you bought for Christmas and...

‘Without culture, you’re lost’: Our Mothers’ Kitchens reclaims black womanhood through food and writing

For Khaliah D. Pitts and Shivon Pearl Love, cooking is activism. It’s art. It’s prayer. The pair, self-described “sister-friends"...

This 11-Year-Old Chef Is Taking Over The Vegan Movement With Caribbean Food

At 11 years old, most of us were concerned with playdates and school games, but Omari McQueen is different.The young CEO of Dipalicious...

Mexican Grandmother creates a YouTube channel to teach homemade recipes. It already has 265 thousand subscribers

“From my ranch to your kitchen,” is Mrs. Angela’s humble program. It shows us that the culinary legacy of older adults can also...

A Rarámuri Runner & a Zapotec Chef Are on the Covers of Vogue Mexico and Latin America

For years, models like Emily Ratajkowki and the Hadids have landed the covers of Vogue Mexico and Latin America, establishing its brand while simultaneously...

Traitor to My Culture — Outsider to My Husband’s

Most people view culture through the kaleidoscopic prism of travel and tourism: the exotic, glittering differences that sear the senses—the smell of incense, the sound of...

7 Dishes That Prove Plátanos Maduros Are the Most Versatile Food Out There

Plátanos are a staple in Latin American and Latino cuisines. While some love the savory taste of green plantains, maduros –...

Culver City’s Colorful New Bar Serves Japanese Katsu Sandwiches

The colorful inside of Tokyo Guild - Tokyo Guild It’s a new day for a familiar space in Culver City, as Tokyo Guild will...

Dads now spend 3 times as much time with their kids than previous generations

Our children are growing up in a world very different from the one we were raised in. Their car seats have...

How a Baltimore Pastor Took Control of Food Security Within His Congregation and Spurred a Movement in the Process

Photo: @heberbrown/TwitterA Baltimore pastor has taken the reins and helped solve a food scarcity problem plaguing his church. Now he’s built a network of churches...
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