We, the food bloggers of America, believe that diversity is a fundamental value that must be protected and encouraged.


Cooking-with-a-Hyphen celebrates the diversity of the foods that we eat every day. Food with a hyphen – including the culinary traditions of African-Americans, Arab-Americans, Chinese-Americans, German-Americans, Mexican-Americans and many other immigrant groups – have become American food.

From falafel to fajitas, millions of Americans eat food with hyphens every day, at the takeout around the corner, at restaurants and at home, regardless of their background and political beliefs. How dull and limited our palates would be if we weren’t Cooking-with-a-Hyphen.

We food bloggers support diversity in our cuisine and our country.

Tell your readers you support diversity and Cooking-with-a-Hyphen.

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