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Today, we're pleased to announce a deeper commitment to hosting the world’s most interesting and talented food writers. Nine new food publications are debuting from a group of writers that demonstrates the range and quality of food writing on Substack: on.substack.com/p/food-annou…
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Best-selling author, critic, and former editor-in-chief of Gourmet @ruthreichl kicks off a month-long residency on Substack today. She'll be publishing daily at ruthreichl.substack.com/, with recipes, letters to readers, archival menus, a holiday gift guide, and more.
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Want to meet other fiction writers publishing on Substack? Join a fiction writer meetup on Friday, December 3 at noon PST / 3 p.m. EST. DM organizers @jadana17 and @geoffreygolden for the Zoom link to join.
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Best-selling author, critic, and former editor-in-chief of Gourmet @ruthreichl kicks off a month-long residency on Substack today. She'll be publishing daily at ruthreichl.substack.com/, with recipes, letters to readers, archival menus, a holiday gift guide, and more.
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Former Bon Appétit editor, professional cook, and author of the forthcoming book The Cook You Want to Be, Andy Baraghani brings his singular style to his Substack andybaraghani.substack.com/, with original recipes, cooking tips, guides, and a space for his community to connect.
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brokenpalate.com/ (formerly Tasting Table) is a far-reaching newsletter about restaurants, chefs, and food, featuring industry news, profiles, and trusted recipes. Based in NYC, Broken Palate’s writers will also report from Miami, LA, and bucket-list travel destinations.
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A recipe developer and cook who lives on a 100-acre farm in the Catskills, Alexis deBoschnek’s alexisdeboschnek.substack.co… includes recipes, audio memos, beautiful photos, gardening tips, and community features.
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Emily Fedner reports from the streets of NYC and beyond, uncovering hidden-gem restaurants—specifically ones that are affordable and immigrant-owned. Her Substack emilyfedner.substack.com/ also includes recipes and a natural wine column.
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Nzinga Young's nzinga.substack.com/ offers “a roadmap for anyone looking to go (or stay) vegan,” with vetted recipes, practical tips, and recommendations for plant-based brands from a trusted voice in the vegan community.
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A James Beard-winning chef who owned Portland’s and NYC's Pok Pok empire, Andy Ricker (@pawkhrua) now lives in Thailand and writes his Substack andyricker.substack.com/ from there, reporting on Thai cuisine, culture, and daily life.
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.@andrewzimmern's Spilled Milk features fearless opinions, travel and food recommendations, recipes, and stories from his decades spent crisscrossing the planet as an eater, explorer, and host of several TV programs, such as Bizarre Foods: andrewzimmern.substack.com//
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Today we're reading UConn WBB Weekly, a publication by @DanielVConnolly that provides in-depth coverage of the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team—one of the best programs in the country for the last 30 years. on.substack.com/p/what-to-re…
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In each edition of What To Read, we ask the featured writer to recommend another Substack. Daniel recommends @megangauer's viewfromthetop.substack.com/: "Not many know the sport better than Megan."
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