By Holly Hughes
Best foodstuff Writing 2011 once again authoritatively and appealingly assembles the best culinary prose from the earlier year’s books, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and internet sites, that includes either confirmed nutrition writers (such as Anthony Bourdain and Ruth Reichl), emerging stars (such as J. Lopez Kenji-Alt and Novella Carpenter), and a few literary surprises (Jonathan Safran Foer, who contributed to Best nutrition Writing 2010).
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