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  1. Delicious Shots

    The multitalented Najwa Kronfel is a food photographer, illustrator, and French Culinary Institute-trained recipe writer. On Delicious Shots, she combines her visual and culinary skills into one flavorful mix.

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  2. Food Fidelity

    Marwin Brown, the creator of Food Fidelity, shares modern, health-conscious soul-food recipes inspired by his love of music and informed by African diaspora culinary traditions.

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  3. Digging into the Racial Politics of ‘Ugly Delicious’

    David Chang’s Ugly Delicious explores some nuanced ideas around race and food while also reproducing some harmful cultural narratives. Media culture Ph.D. student Rachel Kuo identifies five ways she’d like the show to push further.

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  4. Seven Centuries of Bstila

    Anny Gaul, a scholar of North African and Middle Eastern culinary traditions, takes us on a deep dive through the centuries-long history of Bstila (or Pastilla), one of Morocco’s signature dishes (bonus: recipe included).

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  5. Forgetting the Madeleine

    At Longreads, Paris-based pastry chef Frances Leech reflects on taste, memory, and literature’s most famous confection: the humble madeleine, immortalized in Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time.

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  6. Rewriting the Story of the Starving Armenian

    Liana Aghajanian on the food traditions of Armenian-Americans: “Having lost property, cultural heritage, and identity in addition to the millions who were killed, food became the most transportable cultural marker that could be made tangible with the right ingredients, as Armenians were forced to migrate across the world.” 

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  7. The Gannet

    London, UK-based food magazine The Gannet “explores people’s lives through the food they cook and eat.” The site publishes features, interviews, and (beautifully shot) recipes.

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  8. Hurry The Food Up

    The Germany-based team of food bloggers behind Hurry The Food Up focuses on vegetarian and vegan food that’s healthy, delicious, and quick to prepare.

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  9. “But in cooking an egg, Le Guin shows us the beauty of difficult things: the things we do not to survive, not because we must, but because we’re challengingly, gloriously alive.”

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  10. Science & Food

    A diverse team of science students and scholars at UCLA writes on the intersection of biology, chemistry, and engineering with the food we eat.

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  11. Cuisine Helvetica

    Heddi, an American blogger living in Switzerland, takes us beyond cheese and chocolate to discover the rich culture and traditions of Swiss food.

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  12. eat with enzo

    At eat with enzo, you’ll come for the great food photography and stay for the recipes.

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  14. The Sentient Baker

    “These are exactly the type of sweet sustenance I dream of to accompany a glass of cold milk; they are the solace I would offer a broken heart.” Each of Amber’s beautifully simple baked goods comes with a perfectly encapsulated emotional connection.

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  15. Not Without Cake

    Rellie, a London, UK-based blogger, focuses on beautifully shot, vegetarian and plant-based recipes on her food-and-travel blog, the aptly named Not Without Cake.

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