Two new Ethicureans

I'm still crippled — reduced to mousing and typing with left hand while standing with an ice pack strapped to my back (yeah, I know how sexy I look — you should see me in my cervical collar!). Sorry, but that means no Digest, and believe me, those 7,142-and-counting unread headlines are hurting me just as much as all you insatiable news fiends.

Fortunately we've got two new contributors to take up the slack. I'm pleased to announce that previous guest posters Charlotte "Go Ask Alice" Freeman and Amanda Rose aka the Dairy Detective are joining the Ethicurean team from Livingston, Montana, and California's Sequoia National Forest, respectively. Charlotte shot her own antelope this year and has dined on truffles with Mario Batali. Amanda lives in a former bordello; she enjoys gardening with her mom and satirizing local organic milk producers.

As you can see, we're still critically underrpresented on the East Coast and in the South. We have some guest posters coming up who we hope will rectify the former situation, but any of you Ethicureans out there in the swamplands of grits and giant hogs who think you have something to say about SOLE food, y'all give me a holler.

4 Responsesto “Two new Ethicureans”

  1. pattie says:

    Hey! What about me? I'm down here in Atlanta! Can I play?

  2. Kevin says:

    You can check out our blog, which has several food related posts on it. It is one of the things that I try to post about. I also have duck prosciutto drying in my closet as we speak. So, let me know if you might be interested in some representation from Nashville.

    Thanks.

  3. Colleen says:

    Hey, I'm a new transplant to Louisiana, where I have pretty quickly gone from longtime vegetarian (former vegan) to pescatarian. Most restaurants I've been to here offer slim to none in the veg and healthy categories. All I can say is thank God there's a Whole Foods or I'd be starving. There's also a modest farmer's market, sick local seafood (from what I understand, I'm new at this whole eating-fish business), and a huge percentage of people catching/killing their own food. Give a holler if you need more input from down here.