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What I liked this week:

The food industry has always been a terrible double standard in sexism for me.

I mean, all the top chefs in the world are men (granted, they actually learned all of their best recipes from La Mère Brazier, but still she is never truly credited as far as I have seen), yet in the house, women are expected to cook and prepare food while men do manly things.

My partner being the great cook that he is, is lauded as being amazing and an incredible find by all of my mommy friends because they are envious that he does so much to feed us, even down to preparing and making Baby Bun’s meals from scratch from the day he was eating solids.

So I really love it that these Japanese women are bucking tradition and making sushi in an all female run restaurant.

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2 Comments

  1. NZ Muse

    I forget her name, but the woman featured in Chef’s Table (runs a Japanese restaurant in .. LA?) made me SO happy. She had to overcome so much to get there. And one of the few females to have an episode.

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