Category:Food writers

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Food writers write about everything to do with food, from recipes to memoir to science, ethnology, and folklore. People wrote about food in antiquity – the 5th and 4th century BCE the Chinese Mencius and Greek Herodotus, and Roman Marcus Apicius who is thought to have written the world's first cookbook. The 18th century Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin wrote La physiologie du goût, and is considered the forerunner of modern food writers like M.F.K. Fisher, Elizabeth David, Alan Davidson, and today's Harold McGee, Ruth Reichl, and Jeffrey Steingarten.


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