I write about food and restaurants for @BloombergNews.
Chief food critic at Bloomberg. Restaurant, chef and food news.
Senior lifestyle writer @cnbc/@cnbcmakeit + founder @travelbinger. Fiction, travel, fitness, my dog, indie rock, weird stuff + great food.
Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA, and author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. His work appears nationally in the online, print, and digital video space, and you can follow him around the internet at @overoverunder. He's also the guy from that Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos video.
Associate Digital Editor (Ecommerce) at Food & Wine.
The best tasting food and drink in California and beyond. L.A. based.
Andrea Chang is the deputy Food editor for the Los Angeles Times. She joined the newspaper in 2007 and has covered food, technology and retail; she was also an assistant editor in the Business section. Chang graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and has written for the St. Petersburg Times, the Oregonian and the Mercury News. She grew up in Cupertino, Calif., and will happily eat anything – except fresh ginger.
Jessica Gelt has likely covered it. Since joining the Los Angeles Times in 2003, she has written about television, music, movies, books, art, fashion, food, cocktails and more. She once played bass in a band with an inexplicably large following in Spain, and still gets stopped by fans (OK, maybe a fan) on the streets of Barcelona. She loves dive bars and very dry martinis with olives, though never simultaneously.
Writer, reader, eater, sleeper. Editor: @MiamiHeraldFood.
Laura Brehaut is a food writer for the National Post. She earned a Culinary Arts Certificate from George Brown College and is working towards a Professional Fromager Certificate. Laura graduated with a B.A. (Hons) from Ryerson University’s RTA School of Media, and a B.A. in Linguistics and Anthropology from the University of Victoria. She has an interest in the cultural significance of food and foodways, and believes in the importance of building culinary skills and access to healthful food for all.
I write for @NYMag, mostly about the food biz at @grubstreet.
Rebecca King is a food and dining reporter for NorthJersey.com and The Record with the USA TODAY Network. Her background is in entertainment and dining news, writing for The Press of Atlantic City, Atlantic City Weekly and SDC Journal. You can find her slurping down a big bowl of ramen, chowing down on a slice of pizza or eating way too much ice cream.
New York Post columnist, covers gossip, food & shelter. Author of Vodka Tears & Lenin's Angel. Soccer mom.
Senior agriculture & food reporter for @PoliticoEurope.
Suresh Doss is a Toronto-based food writer. He joins CBC Radio's Metro Morning as a weekly food columnist. Currently, Doss is the print editor for Foodism Toronto magazine and regularly contributes to Toronto Life, the Globe and Mail and Eater National. Doss regularly runs food tours throughout the GTA, aimed at highlighting its multicultural pockets.
Food Editor @WCP and Young & Hungry columnist. Corgi lady. Philly fan. Japanophile.
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