THE NEW YORK TIMES
A New Generation of Food Magazines Thinks Small, and in Ink — “A lot of the indie folks start out by making something they want to read, that tell stories they want told, that represent their own experiences or their friends’ experiences."
Photo above via Patricia Wall, The New York Times
Legendary Food Critic Mimi Sheraton Hasn't Been Hungry in 60 Years — a live dispatch from Dan Pashman and The Sporkful at Food Book Fair 2015
Brooklyn's First Food Book Fair: Books + Authors + Eats — "[L]ike the Coachella of writing about eating, though we doubt Prosper Montagné will be appearing via hologram."