Helen Rosner

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Helen Rosner
Born
EducationSmith College
OccupationWriter, editor, photographer

Helen Rosner is an American food writer and editor. She is food correspondent for The New Yorker.[1]

From 2014 to 2017, Rosner was an editor at Eater,[2] serving as long-form features editor and later executive editor. She joined Eater after spending four years as executive digital editor at Saveur.[3][4][5] Prior to that, she was online restaurant editor for New York Magazine and an assistant cookbook editor at Workman.[6] With Raphael Brion, she co-founded the food blog Eat Me Daily, which "carved out a vital place in a crowded food blog world by being smarter, wittier, and faster than everyone else," according to Rosner's colleague, Eater co-founder Lockhart Steele.[7] Rosner and Brion initially wrote the blog under pseudonyms.[7] Rosner's essay "On Chicken Tenders," published in Guernica, won the 2016 James Beard Foundation Journalism award for Personal Essay.[8][9]

When she tweeted about a roast chicken recipe using a hair dryer to dry the chicken before cooking,[10] this drew many responses, including criticism that she responded to with details about the technique.[11]

In 2018, Rosner was nominated for the James Beard Foundation M.F.K. Fisher Distinguished Writing Award for her piece, "Christ in the Garden of Endless Breadsticks.".[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dai, Serena (2018-01-08). "New York City Officially Has a New Food Critic". Eater NY. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  2. ^ Horgan, Richard (2017-05-09). "Helen Rosner Takes On New Role at Eater". AdWeek. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  3. ^ Kludt, Amanda (2014-07-15). "Helen Rosner IN as Eater Features Editor (Send Pitches)". Eater. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  4. ^ Swallow, Erica. "Saveur.com Editor Helen Rosner - Exclusive Interview". Pursuitist. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  5. ^ Wilson, Dede (2014-11-09). "The Helen Rosner Interview". Bakepedia. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  6. ^ Hoffman, Maggie. "Helen Rosner's Favorite Cookbooks". Serious Eats. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  7. ^ a b Steele, Lockhart (2014-09-05). "Farewell, Raphael Brion: A Tribute to the Legend". Eater. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  8. ^ "The 2016 Beard Award Winners!". James Beard Foundation. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  9. ^ Sytsma, Alan (2016-04-27). "Here Are the 2016 Winners of the James Beard Foundation's Media Awards". Grub Street. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  10. ^ Rosner, Helen (2018-03-23). "Yes, I Use a Hair Dryer to Make Roast Chicken—Here's the Recipe". The New Yorker. ISSN 0028-792X. Retrieved 2018-03-26.
  11. ^ Robin, Marci (2018-03-24). "Food Writer Reveals a $400 Hair-Dryer Is Her Secret for Perfectly Roasted Chicken". Allure. Retrieved 2018-03-26.
  12. ^ "The 2018 James Beard Award Nominees". www.jamesbeard.org. Retrieved 2018-07-03.

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