10 Stories We Love About Women and Food
Kitchn is a site that writes about food. And we write to everyone: We want to help every cook, novice or expert, male or female, young or old, whether your goal is to put dinner on the table for yourself and your family, to cook pasta (that isn’t crunchy or falling apart), or to learn how to make kombucha in your basement.
It is also true that many of our readers are women and it feels important today to acknowledge women in the best way we know how — by sharing our very favorite stories about women and food that ran this year, on our site or elsewhere.
- A Syrian Refugee Family’s First Thanksgiving by Heather Lawless
- Grandma Knows Best: A 100-Year-Old Offers Her Best Cooking Tips, a Kitchn Video
- To Fast Yet Feast: 3 Muslim Women on How They Cook During Ramadan by Lauren Rothman
- I Tried to Erase My Soviet Past, but Tea Brought Me Back by Margarita Gokun Silver
- How I Remember My Mother at Thanksgiving by Tracey Middlekauff
- 3 Women Who Made England Mad for Tea by Anne Bramley
From Sites We Love
- Hunger Makes Me, from Hazlitt
- With Sunday Supper, Erika Council Carries on Her Family’s Soul Food Traditions, from Atlanta
- Escaping the Restaurant Industry’s Motherhood Trap, from Eater
- An Undocumented Mexican Chef Runs One of the Country’s Best New Restaurants, from Bon Appétit
What stories about women and food have you read and loved this year? Share with us in the comments!