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David Chang is the chef and founder of Momofuku. Since opening his first restaurant, Momofuku Noodle Bar, in 2006, he has received six James Beard Awards, a GQ Man of the Year, and was included on the Time 100 List of influential people. He published his first cookbook, “Momofuku”, in 2009, and on October 26 will release his second, “Cooking at Home: Or How I Stopped Worrying About Recipes (and Learned to Love the Microwave)”, co-authored with the New Yorker contributor Priya Krishna. He is also the author of the memoir “Eat a Peach”, a Times Bestseller. Chang founded Majordomo Media in 2018; he is also the host and executive producer of “The David Chang Show” podcast and two Netflix documentaries, “Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner” and “Ugly Delicious”. On October 21, Chang will return to the screen in the Hulu documentary series “The Next Thing You Eat,” in which he speaks with scientists, foodies and chefs about how the food industry is innovating to solve problems. issues of climate change, health, food shortage, and more.
Larissa MacFarquhar was editor at The New Yorker since 1998. His profile of David Chang, “Chef on the Edge,” appeared in the magazine in 2008. His other subjects have included Barack Obama, Noam Chomsky, Hilary Mantel, John Ashbery, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Aaron Swartz, at n to name a few. She is also the author of “Strangers Drowning: Impossible Idealism, Drash Choices, and the Urge to Help”. She received two Front Page Awards from the Newswomen’s Club of New York and the Johnson & Johnson Excellence in Media Award. His writings have appeared in “The Best American Political Writing” and “The Best American Food Writing”.
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