Street Food Chefs in Asia Get Their Due

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The Muse—The days of the white male chef TV host, who roams “exotic” countries and teaches potential tourist viewers about the far-out food he’s eating, are thankfully ending. Women like Samin Nosrat have been reshaping what food television can be, while programs like Chef’s Table focus stories around chefs rather than just the dishes. Similarly, Street Food will (as the title suggests) follow street food chefs across Asia and let the local experts tell their stories in lieu of a roving journalist or bad...

The makers of 'Chef's Table' have a new Netflix series about street food. Michelin-starred fine dining is passé. As evidenced by the exploding popularity of street food, good eats these days are found at trucks and carts tucked away outdoors, prepared by families with decades of hard graft behind them, and not a sin