Our wunder-scout down in Austin, Tolly Moseley, did a wonderful series of interviews with our Hungry In talent. Below is an excerpt but read the whole thing down this way.
Josh Ozersky of Ozersky.TV, TIME Magazine, Esquire, Host: “Hungry In…New York”
How did you become a professional foodie?
I was always obsessive and grandiloquent on the subject of food, and had even done some food writing in my 20s. But It wasn’t until 2003, when I wrote Meat Me in Manhattan for a small press, that I arrived on the scene — albeit under the pseudonymn “Mr. Cutlets.” The book led to my becoming a restaurant critic, and then the founding editor of Grub Street, and then national restaurant editor for Citysearch, and then writing for TIME, and OTV, and so on. It’s been a decade of toil and gluttony and I wouldn’t
have missed a day of it.
When you’re not eating/drinking/writing/talking about food, you are: