A lot has changed in New York City kitchens over the past thirty years, including the reigning gender of the chefs. Women chefs have made their way to the top of their industry, and author Nadia Arumugam is telling their stories. In episode 65 of Food Talks, Mike Colameco and Nadia Arumugam discuss her new book, “Women Chefs in New York,” and the evolving culinary scene of the city.
Listen to the full episode here.

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Foodie Engineer @foodieengineer • Oct 18, 2017
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BR @stormburn • Oct 16, 2017
Listening to Chris & Mary #heritageradio https://t.co/pJMy8bWarr
Defending Beef @DefendingBeef • Oct 16, 2017
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Defending Beef @DefendingBeef • Oct 16, 2017
- https://t.co/tRcsag5W5J?gYb What Doesn't Kill You Episode 129 - #DefendingBeef Nicolette Hahn Niman on #heritageradio
Foodie Engineer @foodieengineer • Oct 16, 2017
Dorothy... https://t.co/s7UWfsjetC #CEO #Chef'sStory #DorothyCannHamilton #Founder #HeritageRadio #ICC #InternationalCulinaryCenter