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Behind the LineNational

From Charlotte, a Plan to Make Food Festivals More Equitable

Subrina and Greg Collier, owners of the acclaimed Charlotte restaurant Leah & Louise, have a succinct way of explaining what’s wrong…

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Behind the LineCharleston

For This Pastry Chef, Selling Whimsical Ice Cream Treats Became a ‘Life Raft’

The pieces of “not-fried chicken” come piled up in a yellow-striped bucket. The “canned ham” is topped with pineapple rings…

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Community SeriesSan Francisco

‘We Are Still Here’: On Standing Up for San Francisco’s Black Community

San Francisco native Tiffany Carter is the chef and owner of Boug Cali in San Francisco, as well as a…

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Chef FeaturesNew York

Don’t Worry, New York: Anthony Mangieri’s Pizza Will Be Back Soon. (But He’s Not Leaving Jersey)

These days, one of America’s most celebrated pizzaioli can be found sleeping on the floor. Sometimes in his business partner’s…

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Resy At HomeLondon

For London’s Expats Unable to Return for Thanksgiving, The Holiday Takes on New Meaning

Thanksgiving is a holiday that’s hard to translate in ways Brits will understand — a sort of pre-Christmas Christmas, but…

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Resy At HomeWashington D.C.

At Thamee, Music Has Always Been an Essential Part of the Restaurant Magic

At Thamee, the D.C. restaurant that Simone Jacobson opened with her mother, executive chef Jocelyn Law-Yone, and Eric Wang, music…

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The founders of DMV Black Restaurant Week, from left: Furard Tate, Erinn Tucker, and Andra "A.J." Johnson. Black chefs and owners were all over the District, Tucker says, "but there wasn’t really a platform for them to really showcase their talent." // Photo courtesy of DMV Black Restaurant Week

Behind the LineWashington D.C.

A Celebration of DC’s Black Restaurants Is Ready to Roll, In a Year Like No Other

It was at the historic Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington where Erinn Tucker met, and later joined forces…

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Behind the LineLondon

In 2020, Restaurants Must Embrace a New Era of Hospitality to Survive

For restaurants, after months of lockdown and a rollercoaster of a reopening period for those that were able to return,…

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The Road BackBoston

For This Chef, Transparency Is the Restaurant Industry’s Path Forward

Not very many business owners will open up their books to you, literally. But that’s exactly what Boston chef Irene…

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