Wikipedia:WikiProject Women in Red/Food and drink

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WiR redlist index: Food and drink


Welcome to WikiProject Women in Red (WiR). Our objective is to turn red links into blue ones. Our scope is women's biographies, women's works, and women's issues, broadly construed.

This list of red links is intended to serve as a basis for creating new articles on the English Wikipedia. All new articles must satisfy Wikipedia's notability criteria; red links on this list may or may not qualify. Lists that are not updated by ListeriaBot (talk) need to be updated manually.


  • This is a Missing Articles worklist for Wikipedia:WikiProject Women in Red for women in food and drink It includes women who are chefs, restauranteurs, food entreprenuers', cook book writers, food critics and others involved in the making, distributing and enjoyment of food and drink. Also included are the works of such women, such as cook books, women's cooking schools and food and drink created by women.
  • See also Lists of US women food writers
  • Articles in Bold are about Asian subjects -- I didn't bold the countries though... that would be silly.
  • The articles on this list must satisfy Wikipedia's Wikipedia:Notability (academics) criteria; people on these lists may or may not qualify.
See also Wikidata list of redlinked women in food and drink

General

Please add to these/modify as you see fit. There is already a Women in agriculture in India.

Activists

United States

Books

Journals

Chefs

China

Denmark

France

Germany

Puerto Rico

Sweden

Switzerland

United States

Competitions

Cooking schools

Denmark

France

  • 15 Femmes en Avenir (15 Women with a future), cooking school program for single mothers and low income women, [40], [41], many sources in French, too.

United States

Food and drink production

Afghanistan

  • Zainab Husseini, biology teacher and farming union leader in Iraq-ulya. [50]

Argentina

Belgium

Chile

Denmark

France

Ireland

Malawi

Mozambique

South Africa

Spain

United States

Zimbabwe

Mixologists

United States

  • Ivy Mix, co founder of Speed Rack [118], [119], [120]

Organizations

Africa

Australia

South Africa

United States

Politicians

Denmark

Finland

Vieno Simonen

  • Vieno Simonen, many roles, was once deputy minister of agriculture

Indonesia

United States

  • Katy Coba, former Oregon Department of Agriculture director, [124]

Writers

Denmark

United States

Articles needing improvement

Organizations

People

Places

Pictures

These are pictures which are not currently being used on Wiki and could accompany some of the articles.

References


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