Osayi Endolyn is an award-winning writer whose work often focuses on food, culture, place and identity. Osayi sounds like "oh-sigh-yee."

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Fried Chicken is Common Ground

Eater

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Artisan Books

The first cocktail book by an African American bartender in more than a century

Los Angeles Times

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Noah Fecks

The Place of Found Lost Things

Oxford American

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Allison Janae Hamilton

My Mom Made a Salad

Washington Post

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Deb Lindsey

How this chef uses food as a tool to address injustice

TIME

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Peter Prato—SF Chronicle

Make-Believe is for Diners

Oxford American

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Noni + Thea interview Osayi on the comfort of food

All Heart Podcast

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Francis Lam interviews Osayi about food, family + heritage

The Splendid Table

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APM/Minnesota Public Radio

Missed Cues: Distilled Identity

Gravy

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Jen Causey

Missed Cues: Get Help | In coded dining spaces, customers play a role

GRAVY

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Christopher Watkins

Another Country

Oxford American

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Why chefs are elevating rice to star ingredient status

Wall Street Journal

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