Tim Carman, Jane Black, Joe Yonan, and Todd Kliman in conversation with Holly Hughes - Best Food Writing 2017 — at Politics and Prose at The Wharf

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The nearly fifty essays of this latest edition of the popular annual anthology look at food from a variety of angles, considering its importance to culture, identity, the economy, and its impact on the environment. Edited by Holly Hughes, who has overseen the entire set since its debut in 2000, this volume draws on sources ranging from SeriousEats.com and Food52.com to Lucky Peach, The Local Palate, and daily papers such as The San Francisco Chronicle. Joining Hughes will be contributors Jane Black, a Brooklyn-based journalist who explores food policy and sustainability; Tim Carman, a Washington Post food writer who writes the paper’s Weekend “$20 Diner” column and here explores current trendiness in ethnic restaurants; Todd Kliman, an award-winning food and cultural critic who profiles Michel Richard; and Joe Yonan, The Washington Post’s food and dining editor since 2006, whose tastes were formed by West Texas home cooking.


Politics and Prose at The Wharf
70 District Square SW
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Non Fiction
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ISBN: 9780738220185
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Published: Da Capo Lifelong Books - October 17th, 2017

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