Sarah Strong is a New York City based writer who holds a master’s degree in food studies and is obsessed with television. You can follow her on Instagram at @feedsstrong to see where she eats, what she cooks and what sneakers she’s wearing.

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A Marriage of Korean and Mexican Flavors Set This San Antonio Bakery Apart

Nari Hodges and Aldo Cortes put their heritage and love for sweets to work at Ooyoo Pan, where Korea meets Mexico in a culinary surprise.
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The Sweet Business of Bitters

Genevieve Brazelton went from blogger to founder, launching her own company, Portland, Oregon’s The Bitter Housewife.
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Did Hemingway Drink Here? Ask a Michigan Bookstore Owner

Springtime is coming to this quaint Lake Michigan getaway. A fan and purveyor of local literature recommends some good reads & eats.
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Umbrella Bar is Bringing a Korean Night Market to an Atlanta Food Hall

KSP Restaurant Group knows high concept Asian food. Their latest project is coming soon to the popular Ponce City Market.
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Southern Flavors Meet Pastry Technique at The Gaykery

Brandon Tullos is bringing his Southern enthusiasm for cooking and baking to his pastry truck, and soon to be storefront, in Littleton, Colorado.
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Be a Mensch to Your Gut with Fermensch Kombucha

This Huntington Beach-based Kombucha maker takes a chef’s approach by sourcing from local farms and relying on family to communicate, communicate, communicate.

Culinary Crumbs from a local Bookstore Owner

The owner of The Katonah Reading Room knows books. She also knows food. It’s why we sat down with her to talk about great literature for hungry minds.
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Step Aside Slices: In Boise, Pizza is Now a Cone-Shaped Affair

Inspired by a trip to Italy, Tyler and Marina Blake opened Coned Pizza in Boise. Now they’re reshaping the way diners view pizza in Idaho.
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Atlanta Cooking Finds a Home at Humble Mumble

Justin Dixon left his executive chef job to launch the sandwich shop of his dreams. His fine dining chops are now happily at home between two slices of bread.