Links to selected essays, stories, and articles by Suzanne Cope:

“Bed Stuy May Be Changing…” in The New York Times

“Nitza Villapol: The Woman Who Taught Cubans To Cook Just About Anything” in NPR’s The Salt

“In Brooklyn, A World of Fried Fish” in Edible Brooklyn

“A Traveler’s Guide…” in Travel & Leisure

“Not Your Abuela’s Sauerkraut” in Roads & Kingdoms

“Why So Many Cubans Grow Their Own Food” in The Atlantic CityLabs

“The High Tech of Small Batch Cheese” in The Atlantic

“Don’t Expect Dinner” in The New York Times

“Smoking With Joe Kennedy” in Lucky Peach

“The New Face of Havana Nightlife” in Punch

“Canada’s Historical Fare Reimagined for the Modern Diner” in NPR’s The Salt

“Greetings From Havana, Cuba” in Paste

“My Boyfriend Was a Manny…” in Washington Post

“You” in The Riveter Review

On Teaching “Salvation” by Langston Hughes in Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies

On Small Batch Food and Class in & XOJane

Mousetrap in Foliate Oak

Gardening Language in Blue Lyra Review

“A Freezer Full of Food is Love” in Culinate

“Rabbit Redux” in Edible Boston

“Trikes Take to the Road” in Edible Boston

“Smoke on the Water” in Edible Cape Cod

“Good Neighbors Make Good Business” in Edible Buffalo

“Recipes From the Root Cellar” in Edible Buffalo

“Jemaa el Fna at the Crossroads” in A Curated World

“The Hospitality of Couscous” in A Curated World

“Cooking Schools of Marrakech” in A Curated World

“Medal Winning” from Arbutus

“The Story That Isn’t This Story” in Apple Valley Review

“Shift” an audio essay in Storyscape Journal

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