The prolific author turned essays about eating into thoughts about love and life.
Lena Richard was the original Martha Stewart, with a cooking show, a cookbook, restaurants, and even a frozen foods empire.
Cecilia Chiang opened America’s first authentic Chinese restaurant, The Mandarin, in 1960s San Francisco.
Veuve Clicquot isn’t just a Champagne brand – it’s also the name of a trailblazing woman.
The California native brought French recipes into American homes through her iconic cookbook and much loved cooking show.
How Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton led a rancorous fight, at times at odds with Lucy Stone and Sojourner Truth. With historian Ellen DuBois.
The next time you wear blue jeans or use a stir-fry pan, thank these women. Here’s a look at eight game-changers for Women’s History Month.