Tejal Rao

California restaurant critic for The New York Times, author of “The Veggie” newsletter

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All eyes on grandma as she cooks her way around online content, with the New York Times’ Tejal Rao 
 It used to be that grandma's recipes were documented in ink— maybe on notecards or…

Grandmas are the new influencers of the online kitchen

All eyes on grandma as she cooks her way around online content, with the New York Times’ Tejal Rao It used to be that grandma's recipes were documented in ink— maybe on notecards or…

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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