Journalist Rebecca Flint Marx returns to discuss pescetarianism, food journalism, her brief period of disordered eating, and lots more. Plus, a listener reveals his fear of eating in front of others.
Rebecca is the food editor of San Francisco magazine. A graduate of Bryn Mawr College and Columbia’s School of Journalism, she has worked at Entertainment Weekly, New York, Elle, Slashfood, and, most recently, the Village Voice, where she spent two years as a staff writer for the food blog Fork in the Road. She has also served as the deputy editor of Edible Queens and as a contributing writer for CHOW, and has written stories about food and not-food for publications including The New York Times, Saveur, The Wall Street Journal, Gilt
Taste, Gourmet Live, Salon, Every Day With Rachael Ray, Time Out NY, and the late and lamented Gourmet.com. Her essay “From Sex Cake to Spurned Salad,” written for Gilt Taste, won the 2013 IACP Bert Greene Award for Culinary Memoir. She is also a graduate of the French Culinary Institute, where she spent six months carving potatoes into minute football shapes and sweating profusely over a ragingly hot stove. Find her at RebeccaFlintMarx.com.