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Georgia Immigrant Detainees 'Riot' Over Maggot-Filled Food

Georgia Immigrant Detainees ‘Riot’ Over Maggot-Filled Food

by Julianne Hing on June 20 2014, 12:19PM

Detainees at multiple detention centers around the country have strikingly similar complaints.

Topics: Immigration, /NOW

Six Books That Shaped 'Afro-Vegan' Author Bryant Terry

Six Books That Shaped ‘Afro-Vegan’ Author Bryant Terry

by Julianne Hing on April 8 2014, 7:00AM

Food activist and author Bryant Terry shares the books that shaped him and his understanding of his place in the world.

Topics: Arts & Culture, How We Eat, Media

Recipes for a New Kind of Thanksgiving

Recipes for a New Kind of Thanksgiving

by Von Diaz on November 22 2013, 7:00AM

In an increasingly mulitcultural and multiracial U.S., chefs offer recipes to create new Thanksgiving traditions.

Topics: Arts & Culture, How We Eat, Thanksgiving

L.A.'s Star Chef Roy Choi Talks About Melding Cultures

L.A.’s Star Chef Roy Choi Talks About Melding Cultures

by Jamilah King on November 18 2013, 7:00AM

The celebrity chef dishes on the new flavor of the country.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Mapping Food Justice

Mapping Food Justice

by Von Diaz on October 24 2013, 8:15AM

An interactive map produced by activist Natasha Bowens charts farming and food justice initiatives owned and operated by people of color across the country.

Topics: How We Eat

Is an Increasingly Multicultural America Changing the Way We Eat?

Is an Increasingly Multicultural America Changing the Way We Eat?

by Von Diaz on October 17 2013, 3:48PM

Food industry experts say tortillas and salsa have replaced potato chips and ketchup.

Topics: /NOW

An Oasis in the South L.A. Food Desert

An Oasis in the South L.A. Food Desert

by Julianne Hing on October 11 2013, 7:00AM

South L.A. is losing its supermarkets. Here’s how one community-driven produce stand is helping to fill the gap.

Topics: Health, How We Eat

Read Chef Roy Choi's 'Lost' Chapter on Food, Growing Up in Immigrant LA

Read Chef Roy Choi’s ‘Lost’ Chapter on Food, Growing Up in Immigrant LA

by Jamilah King on September 30 2013, 11:17AM

Here’s what you won’t see in the popular chef’s new biography ‘L.A. Son.’

Topics: Arts & Culture, /NOW

Infographic: The Hard Search for Healthy Food in South L.A.

Infographic: The Hard Search for Healthy Food in South L.A.

by Julianne Hing on July 11 2013, 4:16PM

Six farmers markets serve all of South L.A., while West L.A.’s got 16.

Topics: How We Eat, /NOW

Leave It to Twitter to Brilliantly Mock Paula Deen's Racism

Leave It to Twitter to Brilliantly Mock Paula Deen’s Racism

by Jamilah King on June 20 2013, 7:49AM

Because racism is as American as Paula Deen’s Apple Pie.

Topics: Arts & Culture, /NOW

Paula Deen Wants to Have Black Slaves at Her Southern Dinner Party

Paula Deen Wants to Have Black Slaves at Her Southern Dinner Party

by Jamilah King on June 19 2013, 9:40AM

Has she officially lost her mind? Nope. She’s just being honest.

Topics: Arts & Culture, /NOW

L.A. Food Culture Offers a Glimpse Into 'The New America'

L.A. Food Culture Offers a Glimpse Into ‘The New America’

by Julianne Hing on April 26 2013, 6:00AM

The U.S. will be “majority-minority” in a few decades, but in the City of Angels the future is now. In fact, you can literally taste it.

Topics: Arts & Culture, How We Eat

Asian American Chefs Dish Out Their Favorite Recipes

Asian American Chefs Dish Out Their Favorite Recipes

by Hatty Lee on September 7 2012, 10:00AM

A new generation of Asian American chefs are adding flare to traditional food.

Topics: Arts & Culture, How We Eat

Why More Americans Can't Access Healthy Food

Why More Americans Can’t Access Healthy Food

by Julianne Hing on March 2 2012, 9:04AM

Why don’t more people have access to healthy food? In a new book, journalist Tracie McMillian looks beyond fast food restaurants to untangle a web that’s proven deadly for people living in poverty.

Topics: Health, How We Eat

Bryant Terry's 'Inspired Vegan' Shows Healthy Food Isn't Just for White Folks

Bryant Terry’s ‘Inspired Vegan’ Shows Healthy Food Isn’t Just for White Folks

by Julianne Hing on January 26 2012, 9:00AM

The revolution begins at people’s kitchen tables.

Topics: Health, How We Eat

Tired of Backing Biased Restaurants? Finally, a Zagat's for Racial Justice

Tired of Backing Biased Restaurants? Finally, a Zagat’s for Racial Justice

by Rinku Sen on December 1 2011, 9:59AM

Noticing that all the bussers in your favorite restaurant are Latino and all the waiters white? And that black people are nowhere to be found—unless you’re grabbing fast food? It’s not a coincidence. And now there’s a guide for

Topics: Economy, How We Eat, Movement

Report: Soda Companies Target Black and Latino Kids in High Numbers

Report: Soda Companies Target Black and Latino Kids in High Numbers

by Jorge Rivas on November 28 2011, 1:25PM

Black children and teens see 80 percent to 90 percent more ads compared with white youth, according to researches at Yale.

Topics: Health

Walmart Can't Lead Us Out of the Food Desert

Walmart Can’t Lead Us Out of the Food Desert

by Joseph Jung on October 27 2011, 9:45AM

Efforts to get affordable healthy foods into deprived communities are finally spreading around the country. Unfortunately, legislators have focused on courting corporate supermarkets rather than supporting local alternatives that would be truly healthy.

Topics: Health, How We Eat

Wendy and Jess Give Us Food Heaven, Made Easy

Wendy and Jess Give Us Food Heaven, Made Easy

by Jorge Rivas on August 19 2011, 5:44PM

Wendy and Jess are teaching Brooklyn how to cook healthy 3-course meals for $10. Yes, $10 U.S. dollars.

Topics: Celebrate Love

Study: Nutritious Food Costs Thousands a Year, But Fat's a Bargain

Study: Nutritious Food Costs Thousands a Year, But Fat’s a Bargain

by Jorge Rivas on August 5 2011, 2:50PM

Study finds following USDA’s updated balanced diet guidelines would add hundreds of dollars to the average consumer’s food costs.

Topics: Health

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