Riddhi Shah

Riddhi Shah is an editorial fellow at Salon.

How to fix the culturally ignorant "Outsourced" Riddhi Shah
Our national love affair with food on sticks Riddhi Shah
The psychological jujitsu of "Xtreme baby carrots" Riddhi Shah
The secret to the immortality of McDonald's food Riddhi Shah
Why our agricultural empire will fall Riddhi Shah
Heirloom vegetables: $1,000 Riddhi Shah
The "Eat, Pray, Love" guru's troubling past Riddhi Shah
New! Tiny lettuce for lonely singles Riddhi Shah
Why is America so fixed on food fads? Riddhi Shah
My new grandmother's cooking changed me forever Riddhi Shah
Bhargava-style baby potatoes (Chhote aloo) Riddhi Shah
Pumpkins cooked with fenugreek seeds (Kaddu ki subzi) Riddhi Shah
Skin-lightening meets social networking Riddhi Shah
Men eat meat, women eat chocolate: How food gets gendered Riddhi Shah
Why do some foods make us smell funny? Riddhi Shah