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Conversations With BIPOC Chefs

Interviews with a few of the many Black, Indigenous and POC chefs claiming their space in a traditionally white-dominated industry. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/07/16/dining/black-chefs-restaurants-food.html
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  • How Sami Tamimi Became a Chef
    Sami Tamimi on the Delicious Complexity of Palestinian Food
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  • Sean Sherman on Starting "The Sioux Chef"
    Indigenous Food Sovereignty
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  • Maria Parra Cano Cooks Plant-Based Indigenous Food
    E64: Maria Parra Cano — Sana Sana
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  • Tu David Phu: Does "Authentic" Vietnamese Food Exist?
    Vietnamese-American Chef Tu David Phu Talks About His Upbringing, His E-Commerce Food Store, and What Community Means to Him
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  • Nadiya Hussain on Representation in a Majority-White Industry
    Nadiya Hussain: A Life Through Food
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  • Jenny Dorsey: Using Discomfort and VR to Combat the "Model Minority" Myth
    Screens: A Virtual Gateway to Food
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  • Marcus Samuelsson Is Rewriting Black Chefs into American Food History
    Marcus Samuelsson on Music, Food Memories, and Making a Difference
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  • Dr. Jessica B. Harris Redefines American Food on ‘High on the Hog’
    How Dr. Jessica B. Harris Redefined American Food
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  • Bryant Terry on Vegan "Purity Tests," and the Black Panthers
    Bryant Terry & Vegetable Kingdom
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  • How Bryant Terry Uplifts and Reimagines Black Food
    Bryant Terry “Blackifies” Fennel, and Ian Frazier Says Goodbye to 2020, in Verse
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  • Omar Tate on Finding Black Male Tenderness in Food
    OMAR TATE: ONE THOUSAND BEAN PIES IN THE MIDDLE OF A WAR
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  • Mashama Bailey Found Her Culinary Vision at The Grey
    Mashama Bailey: A tasting a spoon in my hand and a Sharpie in the other.
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  • Chop Suey Palaces and How Chinese Immigrants Changed American Food
    Food is a Bridge with Francis Lam
    Found by Hark EditorsHark Editors
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  • Media Appropriation of Black Lives Matter
    Episode 126: Black Food Professionals, Part 1 - Guest Hosted & Curated by Scott Alves Barton
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Sami Tamimi on the Delicious Complexity of Palestinian Food
2 MINSPlayer Icon
Indigenous Food Sovereignty
1 MINPlayer Icon
E64: Maria Parra Cano — Sana Sana
2 MINSPlayer Icon
Vietnamese-American Chef Tu David Phu Talks About His Upbringing, His E-Commerce Food Store, and What Community Means to Him
3 MINSPlayer Icon
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Marcus Samuelsson on Music, Food Memories, and Making a Difference
4 MINSPlayer Icon
How Dr. Jessica B. Harris Redefined American Food
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Bryant Terry “Blackifies” Fennel, and Ian Frazier Says Goodbye to 2020, in Verse
4 MINSPlayer Icon
OMAR TATE: ONE THOUSAND BEAN PIES IN THE MIDDLE OF A WAR
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Mashama Bailey: A tasting a spoon in my hand and a Sharpie in the other.
2 MINSPlayer Icon
Episode 126: Black Food Professionals, Part 1 - Guest Hosted & Curated by Scott Alves Barton
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