Featured by Shane Mitchell
How Indigenous Women Are Sharing Culture Through Seed Rematriation
Seed sharing returns legacy crops to their original communities.
In Pottery, Women Parolees Find a Path Forward
At People’s Pottery Project, formerly incarcerated people learn the art of ceramics—and transition to life beyond bars.
These Cool Local Bottle Shops Champion Unorthodox Winemakers
Discover small batches, quirky blends, biodynamics, and “drink-now” bottles from an irreverent group of somms and wine sellers.
For This Atlanta Non-Profit, Ripe Produce Is Everyone’s Right—Here’s How They Connect Foragers to Fruit
Concrete Jungle gives the centuries-old practice a technological twist.
Fewer Snack Packs, More Chana Dal: How Children’s Food Media Is Taking a Global View
Michelle Obama, Padma Lakshmi, and other food world notables are fostering new curiosity in kids and parents alike.
How a Farm-to-Cafeteria Lunch Program is Surviving the Pandemic
Like everything else, what it means to be a "Lunch Lady" has changed this past year. Here's what that means for one school in upstate New York.
This Afghan Entrepreneur Directly Supports Women Harvesting the World’s Most Precious Spice
Refugee Tahmina Ghaffer founded her company to give the under-represented "a stronger voice in society."
Talking Hawaiian Home Cooking with Sheldon Simeon
The Maui chef and cookbook author discusses off-duty family dinners and island-style grilling.
Meet the Sisters Making Revolutionary Chocolate in Ghana
Priscilla and Kimberly Addison are using bean-to-bar chocolate to celebrate the heritage of their ancestral home—and shift the conversation around a controversial crop.
The Mothers of All French Sauces
Six foundational recipes at the heart of Gallic cuisine.