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Okay, Here’s an Anti-Foodie Rant Actually Worth Reading
“Is there any civilized value that foodies cannot turn on its head?”
If You Talk About Your Dumplings, the Dumplings Are Ruined
Has food fetishization gotten out of hand?
The Foodification of Brooklyn
Where gentrification is concerned, restaurants are the new art galleries.
Malcolm Gladwell’s Guide to Drunks
The ‘New Yorker’ scribe approaches booze with an anthropological eye.
Sietsema Looks at the Past, But What’s the Future of Food Media?
A history of restaurant reviewing makes one ask: What’s next?
Do Restaurants and Hotels Increasingly Need Each Other to Survive?
Plus, who’s in the kitchen at Soho’s latest boutique hotel?
A Blogger Turned
Contributor Looks Back
Julia Langbein went from writing the Bruni Digest to writing for ‘Gourmet.’ So what will she miss most?
Are ‘Foodiots’ the New Foodies? (And Where Did They Come From,
These days, it’s cool to brag about everything you’ve eaten, whether it’s a croquette or a hot pocket.
Are Foodies Still Having Sex?
Gael Greene asks the question; we try to answer it.