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Food Writing Advice

Over the weekend LA Weekly food critic Jonathan Gold, in a Facebook-based Q&A, offered some advice for "journalists going into the food writing world": "[R]ead widely, eat widely, ask lots of questions, and be humble before the subject, because if you don't it will reach out and crush you like a bug. Also, it helps if you find a tiny corner of the food universe to call your own - become the go-to person on salsify, beefalo or Amish vegetable cookery." [Facebook]

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