ALL ARTICLES BY Elizabeth Hazard

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Here’s How to Reduce Food Waste at Home, One Meal at a Time

A start-up company looks to simplify meal planning prep and cut back on the food we waste in a few simple steps.

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Anna Bell’s Mac & Cheese: An Atlanta Staple that Honors Family and Tradition

A tech entrepreneur spent 15 years trying to replicate his great-grandmother’s mac & cheese recipe. Now, it’s perfect. It’s also super popular in Atlanta and can be bought online.

Dana Perella making cookies

This 11-Year-Old Is on a Mission to Save Lives, One Cookie at a Time

At seven, Dana Perella decided she wanted to do something for her friend, who was diagnosed with a genetic disorder called Batten. So she started baking cookies.

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A James Beard Award Winning Pastry Chef Takes Her Passion to North Carolina

The pandemic got this James Beard award winner thinking more about priorities and a balanced life. Now pastry chef Camille Cogswell has a big mountain project up her sleeve.

maya madsen

Maya’s Cookies: America’s #1 Black-Owned, Vegan Cookie Business

It’s hard to resist a cookie named after Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman. Or one that’s inspired by baseball great Hank Aaron. Maya’s Cookies are not only inspiring, they’re vegan.

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Southern Charm: Infusion Crab is All About Seafood, Passion and Family

It took the persistence of her 12- and 14-year-old daughters for Kimberly Knox of Marietta, Georgia to open Infusion Crab, a seafood restaurant built on soul and blending family spirit and plenty of regional dishes.

tin of caviar

Caviar: It’s Not Just About Blinis and Champagne

Caviar has long been considered a luxury product, reserved for special occasions or the wildly rich. One San Francisco shop owner looks to change it up. Plus who knew? Caviar goes well with whiskey.

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Secret Congee: Culinary Comfort in a Bowl in Seattle

Southeast Asian comfort food is taking a front seat in Seattle. Dive in to learn more about healthy “porridge” and the many flavors it comes in, offered at Secret Congee.

A Q & A with Chef LaToya Larkin

It was a long road for this Houston tamale maven to make it to the top in a male-dominated field. She’d like to serve it up to Michelle Obama some day.

New Administration, New Culinary Treats

While the country gets to know its new leadership, two artisan food-makers from Ohio and California create specialty flavors to tempt the palates of the newcomers to the nation’s Capital.