Best of the Internet: January

January 31, 2017
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Every month our editors pick their food favorites from around the web. Have a recommendation for us? Email with your thoughts. 

1. Edible Manhattan

Fellow edible editor Ariel Lauren Wilson talked with Evan Wolfson, a leader marriage equality movement, in his kitchen about social change, adventurous eating and diners.

2. Food52

Food52's  opens up the conversation about food media's lack of diversity. We also applaud his take on how "fruitcake" became a slur

3. Food & Wine

Does food have a place in protesting? Absolutely. Read Politics on Your Dinner Plate by Joshua David Stein. 

4. Instagram 

We've been following along with the hashtag #ImmigrantFoodStories and adding our own. Which goes nicely with Bon Appetit's Adam Rapoport on being a descendent of immigrants in Queens. 

5. Politico

A lot of us are worried what will happen to Michelle Obama's food legacy. Helen Bottemiller Evich explores Trump's disinterest in food, Ivanka's potential new role and what may be the next course for our nation. 

6. Cherry Bombe

The editors of the indie "women and food" magazine curated an all-female food guide for the Women's March in Washington D.C. 

7. Lucky Peach

Lucas Peterson's The Fight to Protect Los Angeles’s Endangered Street Vendors is a timely examination of Los Angeles' remaining sidewalk chefs. 

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