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You're Raskin For It

Raskin-Texas-QL.pngSeattle Weekly's famously unanonymous critic Hanna Raskin tackles the issue of her anonymity and how she doesn't really "engage" with chefs. She claims that she's "closer to the anonymous end of the spectrum than many of my colleagues" and that she'll "don the occasional disguise and always do the floppy hat and sunglasses thing if I'm participating in an event." Which is curious since Eater received multiple reports that Raskin was at the Diplomatic Culinary Partnership launch party last week in DC, wearing a name tag (and no disguise). [SW]

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