Kim Severson

New York Times

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Atlanta Bureau Chief and food writer for the New York Times and author of Spoon Fed: How Eight Cooks Saved My Life

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Fire, floods, and pests are biblical nightmares that are now commonplace thanks to climate change. Modern farmers have to adapt.

Climate change transforms how California farmers grow crops

Fire, floods, and pests are biblical nightmares that are now commonplace thanks to climate change. Modern farmers have to adapt.

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Turtle soup, pecan pie and shrimp po-boys are synonymous with New Orleans, which has always been famous for food.  But Katrina drove some beloved institutions quite literally under…

New Orleans Food Scene Shows the Katrina Recovery

Turtle soup, pecan pie and shrimp po-boys are synonymous with New Orleans, which has always been famous for food.  But Katrina drove some beloved institutions quite literally under…

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Gluten is a protein, which humans have been consuming for some 10,000 years, mainly as a component of wheat.

The Crusade against Gluten: Health, Hype and Big Money

Gluten is a protein, which humans have been consuming for some 10,000 years, mainly as a component of wheat.

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