HRN Hall of Fame: Mimi Sheraton

photo by Eric Etheridge

Nominated by: Evolutionaries

Brooklyn-born Mimi Sheraton is a pioneering food writer, who became The New York Times’ first female critic in 1976. Her work has been published in the Village Voice, as well as The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Smithsonian, New York, Food & Wine and Time magazines. She is also the author of 16 books, including 1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die and The German Cookbook, which was reissued in a 50th anniversary edition in 2015. Another one of her books, The Whole World Loves Chicken Soup, won IACP and James Beard awards.

Appearances on HRN:

A Taste Of The Past: Power Of The Press: History Of Restaurant Reviewing
Radio Cherry Bombe: The Way It Was
The Morning After: 1000 Foods To Eat Before You Die With Mimi Sheraton
Special Program: The Next Big Bite Panel By Les Dames D’Escoffier New York
Radio Cherry Bombe: Mimi Sheraton Dishes On What She Really Thinks About Food Writing
Evolutionaries: Mimi Sheraton
Special Features: Mimi Sheraton: 1,000 Foods To Eat Before You Die
Cereal: Wheatena: Mimi Sheraton
Food Talk With Mike Colameco: Mimi Sheraton, Stefanie Sacks, & Charlie Palmer
Radio Cherry Bombe: Mimi Sheraton
Taste Matters: School Food Tastes

 

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