Last week, The Washington Post’s Food section won the Best Food Blog
award from the Association of Food Journalists. If you haven’t
been reading All We Can Eat on
the Post website, you should. I’m proud to be a minor contributor to
this fine, award-winning product. Congratulations also to Jane Black,
the Food section’s outstanding staff writer, for her feature award, and
to Jason Wilson, the Post’s spirits columnist, who won an award for his
blog, The Smart Set – for a wine article, no less!
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