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JoshOzersky.jpgJosh Ozersky tackled a question from chef John Tesar about "why restaurant writers are so political," repeating his complaint that critics have "agendas." Writes Ozersky: "It can't come as a shock that food writing, and food criticism in particular, is an intensely political activity proceeding primarily from the writer's desire to look cool, to excite his or her readers, and, most of all, to please the editors who control his or her livelihood..." [Esquire]

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