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A Brooklyn Food Crawl That’s Powered by the Australian Crawl

At the lifeguard station at Fourth Street in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, Capri Djatiasmoro and a group of friends — all…

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Health

In Tulsa, a Burmese Cooking Tradition Takes the Spotlight

TULSA, Okla. — The electrifying flavors of bawngsa kan — beef fried with generous amounts of tamarind, ginger and chiles…

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World

‘We Have Nothing:’ Afghan Quake Survivors Despair Over Recovery

GEYAN, Afghanistan — As dawn broke over his village on Friday morning, Abdul Qadir dug through the rubble of his…

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Magazine

The Burger That Instagram Built

LOS ANGELES — Even if you’ve never eaten food from Monty’s Good Burger, there’s a good chance it’s crossed your…

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World

‘We Buried Him and Kept Walking’: Children Die as Somalis Flee Hunger

DOOLOW, Somalia — When her crops failed and her parched goats died, Hirsiyo Mohamed left her home in southwestern Somalia,…

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World

Food Export Bans in Asia Prompt Fears of More Protectionism

As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine helped push global agricultural prices to soaring heights, some Asian governments restricted the export of…

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Business

Inflation Sped Up Again in May, Dashing Hopes for Relief

A surge in prices in May delivered a blow to President Biden and underscored the immense challenge facing the Federal…

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World

The prime minister will also have to grapple with an economy at risk of recession.

As Boris Johnson hangs on as Britain’s prime minister, the hurdles he faces include a cost-of-living crisis. This year is…

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Health

Finger Foods, an Investigation

Sorry in advance for the frequent use of the phrase “finger foods” in this newsletter. As a society, we have…

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World

The closing of the Tops market on Buffalo’s East Side has created a ‘food desert.’

Across Buffalo’s East Side, many Black residents live in what is known as a “food desert” — an area with…

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