Far-Flung Food

Food without borders. Restaurants popping up in extremely unsuspecting places.

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The Indigenous Woman Behind South America’s Biggest Male Chefs

Patricia Pérez uses her grandmother’s ancient map of the desert to forage for plants and herbs no one else on Earth can access.


The Saviors of Saffron

Three young Spaniards are reviving the farming tradition that flourished in their grandparents' generation.

For the Perfect Jerk Chicken, Fly to Newfoundland

Why two Jamaican exiles opened their dream restaurant 2,500 miles from home.

The Ugandan Dictator and the Louisiana Crayfish

The surprising story of how Gulf Coast crustaceans and South Asian spices birthed a tasty new cuisine—and an economic success—along a lake in the heart of Africa.


Bringing a Bite of Old Brooklyn to Ukraine


Where Sunday Brunch Hasn’t Changed in 100 Years