City of Ate Needs a Part-Time Food Blogger and Other Contributors

Google-imaging bacon: a required skill for all food bloggers.
This here Beard-nominated restaurant blog is looking for a part-time reporter and writer to help contribute to Dallas' daily food and restaurant conversation.

The freelance blogger will work with the Observer's editors, interns and food critic to identify, develop and write stories about the city's restaurants, the people who run them and the food they turn out. And bacon. We'll probably need some bacon stories.

Food passion and knowledge are musts, but we're not looking for a second critic. We need someone unafraid to pick up the phone, chase down a rumor and ask the chefs the tough questions (i.e., "Did you ever think about adding bacon to that?")

This is a freelance job paid on a per-story basis. Hours are flexible, but the blogger will need to be able to work during part of the workday Monday through Friday. (In other words, if you have a full-time day job, this isn't for you.)

If you do have a full-time job but think you could contribute occasionally or even regularly, we're always looking for contributors and would love to hear from you.

Interested candidates should send me a short note, a resume, some writing samples, and links to any websites, social media accounts or interesting criminal histories.

Follow City of Ate on Twitter: @cityofate.
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Sharon_Moreanus topcommenter

Seems food critics get blow jobs in my 2nd bedroom.


"Food passion and knowledge are musts, but we're not looking for a second critic"

There's a *first* critic?  


 "interesting criminal histories"....oh dern it, I shouldn't have illegally imported those rabid badgers from Quebec.!  Ugghh. 

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