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James Beard Award-winning chef David Chang says fatherhood changed the way he cooks: "I had never been in a position where I'm trying to generally feed someone else with love and I just want to nurture them." Andrew Bezek/Penguin Random House hide caption

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Chef David Chang On Depression, Being A Dad And The Burden Of 'Authenticity'

The Momofuku chef says COVID-19 has introduced "seismic" changes to his industry. "We're doing anything and everything to stay afloat," he says. Chang's new memoir is Eat a Peach.

James Beard Award-winning chef David Chang says fatherhood changed the way he cooks: "I had never been in a position where I'm trying to generally feed someone else with love and I just want to nurture them." Andrew Bezek/Penguin Random House hide caption

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Andrew Bezek/Penguin Random House

Chef David Chang On Depression, Being A Dad And The Burden Of 'Authenticity'

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From WHYY in Philadelphia