Posts Tagged ‘anonymity’

Why I’m Not Anonymous

Hi, I'm Jessica Sidman, your new Young & Hungry columnist. As you may have heard, I'm also the first person in this position not to attempt anonymity. This fact has already caused quite the stir. The Washington Post devoted more than a thousand words to the subject, followed by a story in the Huffington Post (complete with […]

Creative Loafing Atlanta’s Food Editor Talks About Anonymity

Y&H loves how Besha Rodell at our sister paper takes anonymity to its laughable extreme, complete with digitally altered voice. You can read her feature on food critic anonymity here.

A ‘Fan’ Letter to National

Dear Editors at National, Allow me to begin this letter with an apology: I'm sorry for not writing earlier. Over the weeks, I've become a huge fan of your renegade editorial approach of poaching other people's content and reposting it on your Web site for fun and profit. You are leading food writing bravely […]

Y&H Agrees to Get Grilled on Warren Rojas’ Weekly Chat

There's a valid reason why Y&H has donated his services to Warren Rojas' weekly chat, Grill Warren, over at Northern Virginia magazine: I'm an idiot. I mean, I must be crazy to subject myself to the grilling of another publication's readers. But there you have it: At 11 a.m. tomorrow, you can hit me with […]

Young & Hungry Appears on CNN!

Well, sort of. At about the 1:56 mark in this segment on restaurant critics and anonymity, CNN captures a screen shot of your beloved Young & Hungry blog. I'm still trying to figure out whether CNN used Young & Hungry because we are a marvel of search-engine optimization or because they were trying to suggest […]