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How Sami Tamimi Became a Chef

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Sami Tamimi, Palestinian chef and co-founder of Ottolenghi, tells the story about how he first got into cooking. From the podcast, Bite.
How Sami Tamimi Became a Chef

Bite

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Sean Sherman on Starting "The Sioux Chef"

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Sean Sherman traces his path from cooking in Minneapolis kitchens to focusing on Lakota Native American cuisine at "The Sioux Chef." From the Turning Points podcast.
Sean Sherman on Starting "The Sioux Chef"

Turning Points Magazine

1 MIN
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Maria Parra Cano Cooks Plant-Based Indigenous Food

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Andi Murphy, host of the Toasted Sister podcast, visits Sana Sana, where chef Maria Parra Cano uses plant-based Xicana and Indigenous ingredients and recipes.
Maria Parra Cano Cooks Plant-Based Indigenous Food

Toasted Sister Podcast

2 MINS
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Tu David Phu: Does "Authentic" Vietnamese Food Exist?

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Chef Tu David Phu explains what "authentic" Vietnamese food means for him, and how it's impossible to generalize an entire region's cuisine. From the Chefs Without Restaurants podcast.
Tu David Phu: Does "Authentic" Vietnamese Food Exist?

Chefs Without Restaurants

3 MINS
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Nadiya Hussain on Representation in a Majority-White Industry

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"Desperately trying to fit into a box that was never made for you." Nadiya Hussain, winner of the 2015 Great British Bake Off, on trying to succeed into a majority-white industry. From The Food Programme podcast.
Nadiya Hussain on Representation in a Majority-White Industry

The Food Programme

2 MINS
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Jenny Dorsey: Combating the "Model Minority" Myth

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Chef Jenny Dorsey uses poetry, VR and her guests' discomfort to combat the "model minority" myth. From the Meat and Three podcast.
Jenny Dorsey: Combating the "Model Minority" Myth

Meat and Three

3 MINS
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Marcus Samuelsson Is Rewriting American Food History

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Chef Marcus Samuelsson is working to support other Black chefs, and recognize the African-American roots of our food. From the Homemade podcast.
Marcus Samuelsson Is Rewriting American Food History

Homemade

4 MINS
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Dr. Jessica B. Harris Redefines American Food

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Dr. Jessica B. Harris's book, High on the Hog, was just released as a Netflix show. It offers a diverse and complex history of the foods at the heart of American cuisine.
Dr. Jessica B. Harris Redefines American Food

The Sporkful

5 MINS
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Bryant Terry on Vegan "Purity Tests," and the Black Panthers

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Chef Bryant Terry on being an imperfect vegan – and how he was inspired by the Black Panthers' food programs. From The Table Underground with Tagan Engel.
Bryant Terry on Vegan "Purity Tests," and the Black Panthers

The Table Underground w/Tagan Engel

4 MINS
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How Bryant Terry Uplifts and Reimagines Black Food

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Bryant Terry, chef and author of Vegetable Kitchen, on how he works to recognize Black cooking traditions, and how vegan food fits in. From the New Yorker Radio Hour podcast.
How Bryant Terry Uplifts and Reimagines Black Food

The New Yorker Radio Hour

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Omar Tate on Finding Black Male Tenderness in Food

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Omar Tate is finding Black male tenderness through cooking, and expanding what is understood as "Black" food. From the Take Away Only podcast
Omar Tate on Finding Black Male Tenderness in Food

TAKE AWAY ONLY

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Mashama Bailey Found Her Culinary Vision at The Grey

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Mashama Bailey on staying true to herself as a Northern chef living in the South, and how she's found her culinary vision at The Grey. From The Walk-In podcast.
Mashama Bailey Found Her Culinary Vision at The Grey

The Walk-In

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Chop Suey Palaces and How Chinese Immigrants Changed American Food

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Would you believe the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 paved the way for some of our most beloved Chinese businesses? From Rebel Eaters Club.
Chop Suey Palaces and How Chinese Immigrants Changed American Food

Rebel Eaters Club

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Media Appropriation of Black Lives Matter

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Scott Alves Barton moderates a discussion between Chefs Omar Tate and Ashleigh Shanti on media's appropriation of the Black Lives Matter movement. From the Andrew Talks to Chefs podcast.
Media Appropriation of Black Lives Matter

Andrew Talks to Chefs

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