Weaponizing food, lunch for teachers, Romanian cuisine

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Food historian Adrian Miller calls Down Home Cookin’ in Indianapolis “a real surprise in American’s heartland.” Photo courtesy of Adrian Miller

Good Food examines the ways food has been weaponized to create stereotypes and stigmatization. On the flipside, Chef Roy Choi shares how he is spreading love by cooking for teachers with a new food delivery app. Plus, Romanian cuisine is a melting pot where Greek, Turkish, and Slavic cultures converge.



Evan Kleiman