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  1. sexual harassment
    We (Still) Need to Talk About Abuse in RestaurantsAs businesses reopen, we must discuss the industry’s pervasive sexism and rampant harassment.
  2. coronavirus
    Restaurant Workers Must Confront a Terrifying Future“There’s this doomsday feeling … ”
  3. legacies
    Gray Kunz Made an Entire Generation of Chefs Better“He was ahead of his time, in everything.”
  4. doh
    The Terrifying Genius of Restaurant Letter GradesWhy the New York Health Department’s decade-old initiative isn’t quite what it seems.
  5. plant-based
    The Most Exciting Cheese in New York Is Actually CauliflowerGrounded Foods’ plant-based cheese is a big step forward.
  6. sticky garlic
    Making Sauce With Instagram’s Mildly Furious, Exceedingly Horny Italian UncleHow chef Frank Prisinzano became a must-follow.
  7. features
    How New York’s Bagel Union Fought — and Beat — a Mafia TakeoverThe mob saw an opportunity. Local 338 had other ideas.
  8. features
    The City on the 107th FloorWhat it was like to work at Windows on the World.
  9. my shyt is artisan
    Meet New York’s Sandwich PapiAt the Bronx Night Market, Angel Medina cooks a no-frills tribute to his uptown upbringing.
  10. the future
    Inside the Race to Redefine ‘Meat’ and Change Burgers ForeverHow long will it be before cows are obsolete?
  11. culture
    On the Trail of New York’s Nutcracker KingsHow a brain-numbing street cocktail became a multimillion-dollar uptown hustle.
  12. features
    The Oral History of Four Loko“It almost felt like liquid hyperbole. It was insane on every level.”
  13. pork
    Is America’s Greatest Ham Tradition Doomed?Bad news out of the “ham capital of the world” is evidence of an industry that might be in trouble.
  14. profiles
    What Happens When ‘the Justin Bieber of Food’ Grows Up?Flynn McGarry is ready to shake off the Teen Chef label once and for all.
  15. features
    The New FoodieismTo care about food now is to care about the future of this country.
  16. burning questions
    Has a Trump Slump Set in for New York’s Restaurant Customers?“There’s no question that consumer confidence has been lost by the political situation.”
  17. features
    Can a Cooking Class Save Lives?The Doe Fund’s Chef-in-Training curriculum offers an eight-week course that, some say, is a game changer for the industry.
  18. Board at Work: CF Donovan’s and Cheese Curds
  19. Review of the Week: That’s Just Gross
  20. Board at Work: From Pig’s Blood to Mangosteens
  21. Board at Work: It’s Lobster Time
  22. The Morning After: Chefs In Shorts
  23. Board at Work: Cheap Lunch Challenge; Fired by Yelp
  24. Board at Work: Heresy, Hong Kong, and Hogging
  25. President Obama Loves Five Guys
  26. What To Eat At Capogiro; Hot Potato Cafe
  27. Where Would the Obamas Eat in Boston?
  28. The Pike’s Rest Stops Go Locavore
  29. Craigs Listing: The Established NoLibs Bar/Restaurant
  30. Board at Work: ’Tis the Season for Cold Drinks
  31. Review of the Week: More Than Meets the Eye at the Daily Catch
  32. Michael Schlow on Great Bay, Westborough, and ‘Top Chef Masters’
  33. Board at Work: Kickass Cupcakes’ Yelp Hate; Must-Trys at Mamma Maria
  34. John Mariani, In His Own Words
  35. Greg Grossman, Alinea’s 13-Year-Old Sous Chef
  36. Meet Noah Sandoval, Between Boutique Cafe & Lounge’s New Executive Chef
  37. The MenuPages Guide to the Best Boston Food Twitters: Volume Two
  38. Board At Work: Octogenarians Love Cambridge; Time for Summer Beers
  39. Around the World at Boston’s Grocery Stores
  40. Market Watch: Tacos At Headhouse
  41. Board At Work: Maybe It’s Just Me
  42. Shill Watch: Dawat
  43. Review Of The Week: For Yuppies Only
  44. The MenuPages Guide To A Very Boozy Mother’s Day
  45. Two For Eight: Jose Garces’ Restaurants
  46. What To Eat At Noble American Cookery; Thai Singha House To Go
  47. Board At Work: Chowhound and Yelp Have Spring On The Brain
  48. Review Of The Week: A Helpful Review
  49. Boston’s Outdoor Dining Season Could Grow
  50. Awesome Chicago Restaurant Reviews from the 1930s
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