My latest project is worth the lack of sleep and left-over hours after working full-time normally reserved for food writing. It started late last Fall. I miss the food world and can’t wait to return to it. Until then, my mind is focused on a fundraising event, Closer to Our Dream Performance Gala, by The Friends of 227 Abolitionist Place. Did I mention, this blog is a media sponsor? If you live in New York City, I highly recommend buying tickets to an evening of musical and theatrical performances (use code “MLROF15” for a discount). For everyone living outside of New York City, or if they can’t make it, donation are accepted. The gala is on April 17, 2016, doors open at 3:30 pm and it’s at the Roulette, 509 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.
Lately, the inspiration to write a food blog is fleeting. Cooking is a breeze. Taking pictures happens in a snap. It’s the writing that’s bothering me. It started with an article: Consider the Food Writer by Josh Ozersky. Then Lottie + Doof’s article, You’re Boring. There’s nothing like an opinion to devastate my proud feelings about writing about food. As a designer, I’m supposed to take criticism well, but their opinions hit a personal nerve: The truth hurts.