Racism festers when we don’t talk about it, says scholar Breeze Harper—even in vegan and Buddhist communities. Andrea Miller reports.
In life, you’re given certain ingredients, says Edward Espe Brown in his book “No Recipe.” So when are you going to get cooking?
Shortly after Lao-American chef Seng Luangrath opened a Thai restaurant, she found herself asking, “Why am I not serving Lao food?” Now, she’s on a mission to popularize the cuisine of her native country.
Bourdain, who died in early June, attended a Buddhist death ritual on the final day of shooting the last episode of the show’s eleventh season.
Buddhism isn’t about depriving yourself of worldly pleasures. Andrea Miller explains how a healthy meal helped Siddhartha understand the importance of nourishment — and offers a healthful recipe for cashew pulao.
Clair Brown and Pearl McLeod explain how changing your diet can change the world.
Thich Nhat Hanh and Dr. Lilian Cheung on how the simple act of mindfully eating an apple can bring you many delights.
Gesshin Greenwood argues why the perfect project of Zen is pie-making.
Her parents’ divorce meant angry mealtimes, but Elissa Altman found her way back to a nurturing table. She shares her tips on preparing and enjoying meals that heal yourself and others.
Jan Chozen Bays teaches us how to make every meal a celebration of gratitude, enjoyment, and true nourishment.