Food. Curated. Partners with The New York Times

Blog PostsBy Liza de Guia on Apr 7, 2014
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It’s a huge honor to announce my recent partnership with The New York Times.

It’s been a hard secret to keep and months in the works, but totally worth the wait. This collaboration will not only allow NYTimes readers to enjoy food videos the Dining Out Section “wouldn’t normally cover”, but it will also bring more eyes and ears to the passionate stories I curate. Ultimately, it’s been a really happy and joyful week for me, and an important win for the artisans, chefs and farmers that I cover.

Over the course of the next year, you can expect more food. curated. stories from locations around the country — make that around the world – that explore new themes and expose innovative food makers to the most informed and interested palates in the culinary universe. They’ll be fun. They’ll be inspiring. Most of all, they’ll make you WANT to eat.

You can check out The New York Times  every week (on Monday) for our latest stories and discoveries. Your loyal support means so much to me and my series. I truly feel like the little engine that could.

Dream big,

Skeeter

Comments

  1. Lisa Meyer says:

    You’re an inspiration for other big dreamers! Congratulations. Telling food stories through video is the best way to have an experience and you’ve mastered that through wonderful storytelling. Good luck.

    • Liza de Guia says:

      Hi Lisa! Thank you so much. You are so sweet to say so. It really is the coolest thing to hear from fans. Keeps me motivated and the storytelling alive! xoxo Liza

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  3. Chris says:

    Good for you! Congratulations!

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