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The Boundary Pusher

Peter Meehan’s transgressive vision helped redefine food media with the groundbreaking Lucky Peach, and later transformed the LA Times’s food coverage. But that vision came with a toxic management style characterized by intimidation, a barrage of sexualized commentary, and explosive anger, according to two dozen current and former staffers.

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Who Will Save the Food Timeline?

The internet’s most comprehensive archive of food history — a passion project of one dedicated librarian — predates Wikipedia. Now it needs a new custodian.

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Alison Roman, Bon Appétit, and the Global Pantry Problem

In this, the age of the global pantry, ingredients like turmeric, tahini, and gochujang have finally shaken off their hitherto "exotic" status. But it’s white cooking personalities like Alison Roman and many of the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen stars who have had viral success using them.

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Food and Loathing on the Campaign Trail

The road to the White House is paved with corn dogs, deep-fried Oreos, and lots of Jimmy John’s

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Why We Never Want Politicians to Stop Stuffing Their Faces

It’s the pork chop, stupid

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Drink Up, Calm Down

The love child of the anxiety economy and the wellness industry, a new category of beverages promises a calming antidote to the unease of modern life

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How Bubble Tea Became a Complicated Symbol of Asian-American Identity

For many first- and second-generation Asian Americans, bubble tea is far more than just a drink

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I Staged in a Michelin-Starred Restaurant in France and It Broke Me After One Week

The French brigade system and the ritual of staging has defined what it means to train as a fine dining chef for more than a century — and it broke me after a week

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New England Beach Pizza Is Not Very Good. Everyone Should Try It

A celebration of the thin-crusted, sweet-sauced, provolone-topped seaside snack

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The Curious History of Ivar’s, Washington’s Beloved Chowder Chain

Bread bowls, folk songs, and acres of clams — one writer’s deep dive into the seafood chain that anchored her childhood

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Buffalo Wild Wings Was My One-Man Gay Bar

In the home base of beer-swilling straight men, nobody could tell I was only playing at being a bro

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California’s Lost (and Found) Punjabi-Mexican Cuisine

Rasul’s El Ranchero created a roti quesadilla for a very specific community — a half-century before Indian fusion food became trendy

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Order the Enchilada, Remember the Bracero

Chope’s, opened in La Mesa, New Mexico, in the 1940s, is an unlikely memorial to the Bracero Program and a time when Mexican laborers were courted by the U.S. government

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The Cheese-Smothered Comfort of My Hometown Mexican Chain

In Georgia, a combo-plate Mexican restaurant named La Parrilla felt like a sanctuary

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How Chipotle Supersized the American Burrito

Remembering a time when burritos didn’t weigh 200 pounds and didn’t make you feel terrible

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Anyone Saying New York’s Mexican Food Sucks Hasn’t Visited Puebla York

From tacos placeros to cemitas, the delicious contributions of Poblanos to the New York Mexican food scene have been consistently underrated — if not totally ignored

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Is the $10 Pint of Ice Cream Worth It?

The face-melting price of the ultra-premium, super-artisanal, incredibly indie new ice cream

The Unexpected Power of Hunger

From protesting false imprisonment, to expressing solidarity with those suffering the effects of climate change, to defending DACA: Four hunger strikers on how it feels to give up eating

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The Lost City of Aguachile

A Mexico City seafood chef travels home to Sinaloa in search of the "original original" version of the state’s signature shrimp dish

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It’s Always Hot Pot Season in Taipei

An expert boils down the city’s communal dining obsession

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In the Food Swamps of LA, McDonald’s Was Our Lifeboat

Fast food helped our family adjust to life in the United States and became our Sunday ritual, until it began taking its toll

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Jonesing for Johar Joshanda

Pakistan’s ephedra- and poppy-infused answer to Emergen-C is a cold and flu remedy that actually makes you feel better

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A Critic for All Seasons

What would restaurant criticism look like if it represented diners like me?

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Is the World Ready for This Gelly?

In a world of Impossible burgers and plant-based milks, a tech firm aims to crack the code for lab-grown, meat-free gelatin

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The Late-Night Burrito Joint That Saved Me From Suburbia

Finding the real Tucson in sturdy, meat-filled burritos topped with sour cream and cheese

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The Great American Chile Highway

A palate-scorching, Mexican hamburger- and adovada-fueled road trip up I-25 from Las Cruces to Denver

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Texas’s Favorite Grocery Store Is a Way of Life

Nobody in America loves anything as much as Texans love H-E-B

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The Indomitable Jessica Largey

After a prodigious rise to the peak of the industry, Jessica Largey burned out. Three years later, she’s back with the long-awaited Simone, a restaurant that’s trying to make restaurant culture better, one employee health plan at a time

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How Tech Dudes Fell in Love With Baking Bread

How the Silicon Valley set fell in love with sourdough and decided to disrupt the 6,000-year-old craft of making bread, one crumbshot at a time

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‘Can We Honor Your Service with a Steak, a Malibu Chicken, or the Jumbo Crispy Shrimp?’

Over a free Veterans Day lunch at Sizzler, a father and daughter come to terms with the residual trauma of his tours of duty in Vietnam

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There’s No Escaping the Gentrification of Chai

In Pakistan’s most populous city, a wave of upscale chai stands are selling working-class tea culture to a new generation of affluent consumers

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Heaven Was a Place in Harlem

The radical tableside evangelism of Father Divine — equal parts holy man, charlatan, civil rights leader, and wildly successful restaurateur