Human Stories, Boldly Told
Anne Noyes Saini covers food culture, immigration, and the elderly in New York City—especially in Queens, where she lives. She has contributed to The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, WNYC-FM, WBUR-FM, and City Limits magazine.
Chinese culture dictates that new mothers bundle up indoors for a full month, consuming a strict diet of warming stews and pungent vinegars. Can a second-generation...
With the help of her Korean mother in Seoul and Italian-American mother-in-law in Brooklyn, a New Yorker becomes master of her own cuisine, and finds that taste buds have no...
From bread lines to automats, milkmen to soda fountains, five senior citizens look back on the NYC culinary traditions of their youth.
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