Aziz Ansari’s Dev Patel will lead you to amazing eats in NYC and Italy on his Netflix show Master of None. Plus, what’s new with grocery stores, the new James Beard Documentary, and how we could stop “lunch shaming” in schools.
- Aziz Ansari’s Master of None debuted on Netflix last week, and binge-watchers are already hungry to eat like the food-focused main character, Dev. Here’s how to eat like you’re on an episode. [People]
- For his new book, food writer Michael Ruhlman digs into the dilemmas facing modern grocery stores as people’s shopping and eating habits change. [The New York Times]
- America’s First Foodie, a new documentary airing May 19th on PBS, explores the life and legacy of James Beard, from his food TV failures to the relationships that helped define his legacy. [Bon Appétit]
- A federal law designed to eliminate school “lunch shaming” practices (which single out kids with cafeteria debts) was introduced last week. But is it enough? [Civil Eats]
- Got (almond) milk? Americans are drinking nearly half as much cow’s milk as we used to, but other dairy products such as yogurt are still going strong. [The Salt]