A Big Secret Project Revealed: Presenting, Serious Eats

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Where’s Oliver Stone when you need him? It’s time to unpack a conspiracy. Famed food writer Ed Levine has conspired to create one of the most promising food sites on the web. He’s got Jeffrey Steingarten. He’s got Daniel Boulud. He’s got Susie Essman from “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” And Jane and Michael Stern. And Meg. And Adam. And, would you believe it, he’s got me.

That’s right, I am proud to call myself a proud participant of Serious Eats, Ed’s “dream” food website which will launch Monday. I’m going to be a regular contributor with exclusive columns, stories and posts that you’ll only be able to read there (don’t worry, I’ll still be charming you here too.)

Now’s your chance to get a sneak peek. To check it out, go to:

http://preview.seriouseats.com/

And enter

Username: serious

Password: eater

Please sign up and register over the weekend and on Monday when it launches for real, you’ll already be a member of what promises to be one of the coolest, most exciting food sites on the web.

10 comments

  1. I love Ed Levine and his fabulous food blog! I actually get hungry whenever I read it. Did you read his review of the best donuts in New York? I needed a cup of coffee to go along with that one. Thanks for the info on the launch of his new site. You are the best!

    Ciao, Christine

  2. Looks like a cool site AG – is the Hungry Cabbie involved in any way with the project? I dig his work too…

    Rock on and congrats on being part of the whole shebang!

  3. Wow, this is a great announcement! Can’t wait to check it out. I’m wondering, will this site, or the upcoming Serious Eats website be listing any specials, discounts or deals available for dining out in New York City? Thanks, and I can’t wait to check out the new site!

  4. Hey ctb1010, you should check out http://www.diningfever.com. They always have great deals on New York City Restaurants. Right now there is one for 20% off food at AJ Maxwell’s Steakhouse. I ate there with my Fiance, our bill was $96.00 with some wine and after the discount it came to $84.00, for a savings of $12.00! They have too many deals like this one to even mention check it out, they are much better than citysearch or restaurant.com