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Kitchen Conversations: Food Studies and Food Writing
Professor Emerita, Women and Gender Studies at U.C. Davis
In an ever-growing number of Food Studies classes, college undergraduates are reading blogs like
Orangette, Pinch My Salt
The Pioneer Woman Cooks
with the keen eyes of anthropologists studying the customs of an unfamiliar land.
Dropping the F-Bomb: Why "Foodie" Needs to Be Struck From Our Lexicon
Food and travel editor/writer, content creator, cheese consultant
My bordering-on-obsessive hatred of "foodie" is really about the culture it's perpetuating. That said, the word itself is infantile, idiotic, and meaningless, and makes me want to poke my eyes out with a larding needle. Can't people just say they love food?
Blogger Jailed For Restaurant Review
Why I Can't Stick to the Recipe
Food and travel writer
We are living in a recipe authoritarian world. Nobody can escape from it but those who accept it undoubtedly are to me unbearable boring.
A Taste of Yellow for LiveSTRONG
Writer specializing in food and culture; Author, 'Life’s a Feast'
No one really expects to visit a food blog and be faced by something so personal, so awful as illness. Yet we have all been touched by tragedy, faced illness and loss.
: 16 Chefs on Twitter
Rather than use twitter as simply a promotional tool for their own recipes, they see it as a meeting place where food lovers are happy to chat, exchange links, and bring the sizzle!
3 Rules for Camera-Happy Diners (aka Food Bloggers)
Restaurant Editor at
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