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Back of the House: Welcome to Our Dish Special Issue on the Stories Behind the Kitchen Door

Meet the personalities running your favorite restaurants.

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“La Comida” Makes For a Big Family Meal at Mothers & Sons

A back-of-the-house treasure brings a camaraderie to restaurant kitchens.

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That Masked Sushi Chef? He’s Allergic to Fish.

Behind the sushi bar, Magno Tapia packs the essentials: knives, condiments, and Benadryl.

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Bida Manda’s Kitchen Mama Is Blessing Eaters Every Day

Daravanh “Donna” Sayarath prays over spring rolls—and the dining room—every morning.

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A Syrian Chef Steps Into a Hot New Food Trend in Durham— But He’s Not About to Eat It

A poke prep cook dreams of opening a shawarma joint.

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Chefs Explain Why Their Tattoos are Symbolic, Food-Related or Not

“I have a butcher's diagram of a pig on the inside of my right bicep, which apparently is super fucking cliché.” —Andrew Ulloa

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The Restaurant Biz Can Wreak Havoc on Your Body. Taking Care of Yourself is Key.

Some local restaurants have programs to alleviate their employees’ aches and pains.

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Local Chefs Share How Their Dishwasher and Cook Gigs Prepared Them for Their Dream Roles

“Even now, I’m always a couple of no-shows away from being a dishwasher.” —Billy Cotter

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Three Smart Ideas Give Back to Restaurant Workers and Community

A few local service industry groups offer innovative incentives for their employees and give back to the community.

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Photo Gallery: Pozole, a Mexican Stew of Devotion and Celebration, Simmers in Durham

On location at the Ceja Bautista family home in Durham.

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