Eat This

I was about half-way through an analysis of multiple intelligences, aka different learning styles, when I encountered this informative and delightful essay in the Columbia Journalism Review on the evolution of the restaurant critic. It’s long but it’s more than worth it, especially the argument in support of ethics, starting with anonymity and refusal of free meals.

As a daughter of two worshipers at the feet of the great Craig Claiborne, at least his cookbooks, it’s terrific to see that he receives full credit for being the father of the genre. Enjoy!

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