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Dianne Jacob
Worked at Will Write for Food
Lives in Oakland, CA
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Better pay? Hang with chefs? You betcha!
Want to be paid well to write chef profiles, restaurant trend pieces and other articles? Why not pitch trade food magazines?
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I met +Alisa Fleming at a conference. We were on a panel together and I was struck by how much she got done. Read and apply these lessons for yourself!
How does guest blogger Alisa Fleming have time to post daily, write books and still get in an hour of exercise a day? Read on to increase your productivity.
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It's kind of weird. We are cooking less and yet still buying cookbooks like crazy. What's going on?
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+Amy Sherman tackles the pounds she put on with all those restaurant meals and recipe development jobs.
Restaurant meals, travel, develping recipes -- there are endless ways to gain weight as a food writer. The question is: how to get it off, and keep it off?
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It's a good question -- which to put on social media and which to put in cookbooks. +BetweenCarpools ponders the answer.
How do online recipes differ from print, and how do you know when to put it on social media or in a blog, versus in your next cookbook?
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+Melissa Joulwan lets us in on her amazing process. 
Over the past 5 years, paleo blogger Melissa Joulwan has sold almost 300,000 copies of her cookbooks. Here's what she's learned about self-publishing.
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+Molly Wizenberg and +Lindsay Ostrom took a risk. Was it worth it?
How much risky writing do you do on your food blog? I'm talking about rage, grief, or other emotions. Two big bloggers "burned it all down" recently.
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Yep, it was pretty fabulous. Next time, maybe you'll come!
Great cheeses, breads, wine, truffle butter, and oh yes, writing instruction. That's what we delivered during our 5-day France workshop in Chinon, France.
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A copyright lawywer answers questions from food writers .
Got copyright questions that pertain to recipes you wrote and who owns them, or someone who has used your work without permission? Here are 8 answers.
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Andy Schloss does. And he has the income to prove it. 
How does a food writer make a 6-figure income every year for 30 years? By thinking about his work as a business, not an artisitic pursuit.
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Long lapses and rewrites -- not a glamorous path!
What is the process of writing an award-winnning essay on mangoes? I'll tell you, and describe the 5 lessons I learned along the way.
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Tons of great links here for learning, laughing and pondering.
Keep up with food writing by reading these 25 fantastic links to tips and article on food writing, social media, photography, and some stuff just for fun.
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