In a new book called The Art of Dining, the restaurant industry’s foremost food writer, chef, and author talks about his take on dining in America and his thoughts on the future of dining in general.
Rebecca Gentry is a food writer and food blogger who’s been covering food for the past few years.
In 2017, she wrote for The New York Times, Eater, and New York Magazine.
The book covers the history of dining, the food scene, and food culture in the United States, and it is available on Amazon.com and other retailers.
Gentry says in a recent interview with Recode, “I really love food.
And I love to be able to talk about food, to be around food.
But I think the problem with food is it’s often a place of political correctness and it’s a place where there’s this sort of political agenda.
And that’s why it’s really important to be thoughtful about what you want to eat and to be sensitive to your taste buds and how you want it.”
Rebecca has been a food blogger since 2013, and in that time, she has worked in various capacities at multiple outlets, including the New York Daily News, New York Post, and The New Yorker.
Gents also holds a B.A. in political science from Yale University and has taught culinary arts at The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and at New York University.
The Art of Dinners is out on Amazon, and the book can be ordered now for $18.99.
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Check out our interview with Rebecca here.
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