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On Amy Thielen’s Give a Girl a Knife, and Food As Identity

Amy Thielen's delightful new memoir tells a story in which food is a wellspring of passion and purpose, and most importantly, a key to one's identity.


Go Green: 6 Ways Eating More Greens Will Make the World a Better Place

Healthy eating starts with more greens. Here are a few reasons to think beyond the salad bowl and begin cooking with the leafy stuff.


5 Tips to Step Up Your Pho Game From Andrea Nguyen's Pho Cookbook

Andrea Nguyen’s comprehensive miscellany of pho, The Pho Cookbook, is an evenly measured assemblage of research, recipes, and lore.


Cancer, Risk Reduction, and the Magic of Food

Nutrition expert and trained chef Rebecca Katz puts a fine point on what you may already suspect: Food can influence cancer for better and for worse.


In Pursuit of Flavor: Edna Lewis and the Art of True Southern Cuisine

True Southern cuisine remained unknown in most U.S. kitchens until Edna Lewis came along, championing the fresh, joyful, and wholesome ingredients.


Reflections of Vietnam in a Bowl of Pho

Andrea Nguyen, author of The Pho Cookbook, takes us down the cultural road of pho, from its Chinese roots to its civil rivalry to its ongoing evolution.