We Asked Male Chefs Why There Are So Few Females in Professional Dutch Kitchens
If we are to believe these Dutch chefs, the absence of women in the kitchen all goes back to classic gender stereotypes.
We Talked to Female Chefs About Being Pregnant In the Kitchen
“Days after I told my boss I was pregnant, he informed me he was unable to give me the same amount of hours. Three months later he terminated my contract.”
What Happened When London’s Best Female Chefs Hosted an International Women’s Day Dinner
Margot Henderson, Freddie Janssen, Olia Hercules, and more cooked in celebration of the women who inspire their food.
Elizabeth Falkner Wants Female Chefs to Learn from One Another
In advance of the annual Women Chefs & Restaurateurs conference, we spoke to chef Elizabeth Falkner about female mentorship in the restaurant industry.
Morocco's Rising Female Chefs Are Taking Back the Kitchen
Working outside of the home was not a tangible option for Moroccan women for many years, but times are now changing with chefs like Meryem Cherkaoui and Najat Kaanache.
Rolling Maki at Japan's First All-Female Sushi Restaurant
Women have been traditionally banned from sushi-making because of their warm hands and periods, but one Tokyo eatery is bucking convention.
Sexism in the Kitchen Goes Both Ways
We talked to a female pastry chef about sexism in the restaurant industry, flirting with co-workers, boss dynamics, and woman-on-woman prejudice who also happens to develop crushes on her male bosses.