Eric Kim is a New York Times staff writer who recently published his first cookbook, Korean American: Food That Tastes Like Home (2022). Known for his pioneering brand of Korean American cuisine, he is a food writer for the Times Food section and a columnist at the New York Times Magazine. He was previously a contributing editor to Saveur and a senior editor at Food52, where he wrote the “Table for One” column. In conversation with Devra First, restaurant critic and food writer at the Boston Globe, Kim discusses his multifaceted approach to cooking and forging new culinary traditions.
A book signing follows in the Linde Family Wing Bookstore and Shop.
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