Authors

Dakota Kim

Dakota Kim is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, NPR, and elsewhere.

Are Junk Food Companies Using TikTok Influencers to Target Kids?

Charli D'Amelio promoting Dunkin drinks

Can the Climate-Friendly Grain Kernza Finally Hit the Big Time?

Walking through a field of Kernza. (Photo credit: Jacob Jungers)

It’s Now Legal for Home Chefs in California to Sell Meals. Will More Cities Get on Board?

a collage of three different home chefs and home cooks who work as MEHKOs

Chef Brit Reed Brings Political Activism, Indigenous Traditions to the Table

Photo © Katherine Kehrli.

Growing California Rice and Almonds Against the Grain

Greg Massa, Raquel Krach, and a newborn lamb.

Syrian Bakers Fight to Maintain a Tradition of Excellence

Why We Can’t Talk About Race in Food

race in food