Jeffrey Steingarten

Jeffrey Steingarten

Jeffrey Steingarten

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Jeffrey Steingarten is a leading food writer in the United States. He has been the food critic at Vogue magazine since 1989. His monthly columns in Vogue have earned him a National Magazine Award, and nearly a dozen James Beard Awards and nominations. William Rice of the Chicago Tribune named Steingarten “our most original and investigative food writer,” and has been hailed by the Wall Street Journal as “one of gastronomy’s first citizens.” His 1997 book of humorous food essays, The Man Who Ate Everything, was awarded the 1998 Borders Award for literary food writing from the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP),The Man Who Ate Everything is often designated as a Julia Child Cookbook Award Winner as the IACP Cookbook Awards were previously known as the Julia Child Cookbook Awards. Since 1999, the IACP Cookbook Award for Literary Food Writing is no longer designated as the Borders Award named food book of the year by the British Guild of Food Writers, and was a James Beard Book Award finalist. The Man Who Ate Everything has been translated into Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Dutch, German, Portuguese and Czech. The New York Times Book Review said of his book: “A wonderful book…brilliant…a triumph. Part cookbook, part travelogue, part medical and scientific treatise. Steingarten writes with marvelous ease, clarity, and humor.”...
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