GQ columnist. I've also written for The Nation, The Week, The Boston Globe, Food & Wine, Bon Appétit and more. In my desk-bound days, I was a senior editor at Saveur and Time Out New York.
Mari Uyehara on how the New York Times hiring of Sarah Jeong turned out to be a modern race Rorschach test.
A writer returns to a well-worn family recipe card: Richard Hsiao’s Pickled Cukes
I've tried the breezy hostess approach to a dinner party, with a sane number of doable recipes, but it's never quite as thrilling or satisfying as a menu with some reach in it.
How Japanese-Americans helped launch the California tuna-canning industry—and one of America’s most beloved sandwiches.
Over Veterans Day weekend, the president's conspicuous absence from pre-scheduled military tributes spoke volumes about what he truly believes. Mari Uyehara on Trump's long history of invoking the troops when politically expedient.
Is Swift's endorsement of two Democrats a political bellwether? Mari Uyehara on the rise of formerly apolitical women who are speaking out for the first time.
The Republican party has long embraced bigotry as a political strategy. Mari Uyehara on what's at stake this Tuesday.
Science has come around on full-fat dairy. Why haven't we listened?
Mari Uyehara on the ascension of bad men unfamiliar with facing consequences.