International Women's Day


Read These 16 Stories of Women Changing the Food and Drink World
In honor of Women's History Month, we're showcasing the chefs, creators, and businesswomen changing the hospitality industry.
Dominique Crenn Has Always Stood Up for Women in Food
"It's taken such a long time for people to understand that maybe it's the right thing to do."
Philly Gastropub to Showcase All-Women Dream Team of Chefs, Bakers and Butchers
"Events like this are equal parts celebration and camaraderie. We're stronger together."
How Miry Whitehill Resettles Refugees, One Dinner at a Time
Miry's List has a monthly event where one resettled family hosts a ticketed dinner and takes home the majority of the proceeds.
Chef Katie Button Reflects on Experience with Sexual Harassment: 'It Overshadows Everything'
The award-winning Asheville chef is hopeful that the industry is changing—and that victims continue to come forward. "This type of behavior has been going on far too long," she says
How Chef Jae Jung Designed a Menu Around Her Life Story
At the theatrical, limited-run dinner series, Jung explores the immigrant experience.
This Women-Run Pasta Shop Celebrates Carbohydrates in All Their Glory
NYC's The Sosta offers a carb-laden haven from the gender norms that shape how we talk and think about eating. 
The Women Making the South African Wine Scene 'Less Pale and Male'
Historically, the industry has been dominated by Cape Town-adjacent white men. That's starting to change
The Tour de France's Star Chef Is Reinventing How Pro Cyclists Eat
Chef Hannah Grant, who embedded with team Orica-Scott and is also the star of an upcoming Amazon docuseries, is bringing a culinary revolution to the world's most grueling endurance races.

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The Secret to My Success: How Victoria MacRae-Samuels Became the First Female VP of Operations in the Bourbon Industry

The first female VP of Operations at Maker's Mark on the secret to her success: "You just keep going."