Newspaper bloggers

Find extra tidbits online

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August 14, 2008

Print dailies are gradually adding blogging to their reporters’ job descriptions. The New York Times has Mark Bittman’s Bitten blog, the Los Angeles Times has the Daily Dish, and the Seattle Times has Nancy Leson’s All You Can Eat, among others. These are all good things, as Martha would say. But we want to give kudos to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer’s Secret Ingredients blog. Written by Andrew Schneider, the blog covers “public health and worker safety issues,” which means lots of coverage of food recalls, government agencies mucking about with our food, and health issues. Check it out.

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1. by Liz Crain on Aug 15, 2008 at 4:43 PM PDT

I really like the Secret Ingredients post about Julia Child. So many good stories with his brief encounters.

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