Julie Salamon sits down with The New Yorker’s food critic and writer for the weekly Tables for Two restaurant column Hannah Goldfield. Previously Hannah was a fact checker at The New Yorker and an editor at T: The New York Times Style Magazine. Her writing has appeared in New York magazine and the Times among other publications.
Hannah shares stories about how she came to love writing and food, how her Jewish identity informs her work, what goes into writing her weekly column and juggling family life. Hannah delights us with anecdotes about adventurous dishes, meals that surprise and delight, and the ideal dinning partner. Inspired by the late Mimi Sheraton she hopes to write her own book soon.
Topics covered in this program: Restaurant reviews, food diversity, writing, covid dining, Jewish cooking, food anthropology, family life, New York City restaurants.