Matthew Amster-Burton has been writing about food since 1999, but let’s talk about some of his other accomplishments. He was the first person ever to use the phrase “erotic pirate haiku” on the web (really!) and took home the gold in ski jump at Innsbruck, 1964 (not really). He’s the author of three books, including Pretty Good Number One: An American Family Eats Tokyo. He is big in Japan (really!). Twitter: @mamster Blog: Roots and Grubs
Molly Wizenberg has been writing about food since 2004, which sounds less impressive than 1999, but oh well, whatever. Her proudest accomplishments include eating a lot of peanut butter and winning a dance marathon at her cousin’s bat mitzvah. She’s the author of two books, Delancey: A Man, a Woman, a Restaurant, a Marriage and A Homemade Life, both New York Times bestsellers. Twitter: @mollyorangette Blog: Orangette
Abby Cerquitella and her foodish proclivities have traveled from the bustling city of Budapest to the cornfields of Indiana, and are now nestled between mountains along the Sound in Seattle, where it doesn’t rain as much as they tell you. When she’s not producing Spilled Milk, you can find her coordinating events for The Book Larder, a community cookbook store. She collects Agatha Christie books, wants to be Jennifer Lawrence, and requests to be buried with her Arrested Development DVDs. Twitter: @abbycerquitella Web: Abigail Cerquitella
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