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Rodney Scott checks racks of ribs as they cook on July 3, 2018 in Charleston, S.C. The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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How Rodney Scott Learned To Cook – And Went For It, Whole Hog

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French Monastery Turns To The Web To Alleviate Cheese Surplus

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Rodney Scott Wants To Take Over The World With Barbecue

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A Seattle Bakery One Year After Coronavirus Hit

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Cornwall's co-owner John Beale sets up sidewalk seating on the first day it's allowed in Boston. He and his wife Pam launched the English-style tavern nearly 40 years ago. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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Spring Brings Hope For Boston Restaurant Struggling To Survive

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You Asked For Shots, Tuna, Metal, and Money

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From left, Raphael Wright, Ederique Goudia and Jermond Booze are the team behind Taste the Diaspora. The initiative celebrates and supports Black chefs and food makers in Detroit. Valaurian Waller/V.W. Photography hide caption

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How Detroit Chefs Are Feeding Those In Need

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Kitchen Organization Tips For A Small Space, From Smitten Kitchen's Deb Perelman

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Meet cascatelli, a pasta shape created by Dan Pashman, host of the food podcast The Sporkful. Scott Gordon Bleicher/Dan Pashman hide caption

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For Pasta Lovers Bored By Spaghetti, There's A New Short, Wavy, Sauce-Holding Shape

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Not My Job: We Quiz NYT Cooking Expert Sam Sifton On Vending Machines

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Sula Vineyards Makes Wine In India's Unlikely Terroir

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Chef Yia Vang's restaurant in Minneapolis is getting ready to open amid a fierce debate within the restaurant industry about the minimum wage. The restaurant will not have tipping. Lauren Cutshall hide caption

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So How Should Your Favorite Restaurant Pay Its Servers? Well, It's Complicated

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The New Shape Of Pasta

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