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When you walk into a restaurant, you’re bombarded with signals that tell you what kind of place it is. But what happens when those signals bring certain people in, and keep others out?

What judgments do we make about a restaurant's food based on how the people working there look?

A couple calls in for advice about food tensions in their intercultural relationship, and New Yorker food writer Helen Rosner tells us why all relationships are "inter-everything."

When one culture's holiday becomes everyone's excuse to party, what's gained and what's lost? We go to two very unique gatherings to find out.

While Cuban-Americans in Miami enjoy the dishes their grandparents grew up with, food shortages in Cuba have forced the cuisine there to change. So what defines Cuban food today?

Dan and his wife Janie are both white and Jewish, both raised in the NY area. In many ways it's an easy fit. But not so much with food. In part four of Your Mom's Food, they talk about navigating the tension.