‘I Wanted Someone I Love Next to Me’: Jacques and Claudine Pépin on Food, Family and Famous Fathers

Legendary chef Jacques Pépin joins his daughter, fellow chef and cookbook author Claudine, for a conversation around home cooking, unexpected career choices and culinary legacies

Mario Batali and the People Who Enabled Him Are Still Guilty

A judge on Monday found the superstar chef not guilty of groping a woman in 2017. But the verdict does nothing to dispel Batali’s disgraced legacy — now a metaphor for why egotistical men in positions of power often get away with sexual misconduct

Before Stanley Tucci Was the Internet’s Boyfriend, There Was ‘Big Night’

Twenty-five years ago, Tucci co-wrote and starred in a movie about struggling to become a success. It turned out to be his breakthrough.

The Kitchen Nightmares of Cooking for a Dictator

What we can learn about Saddam Hussein and Idi Amin from the people who fed them every day