Our writer, Stephanie, was honored to attend the 2014 Writer’s Market in Long Beach, CA. She was awarded a grant from the Southern California Writers Club to produce a special issue of her favorite non-pulp fiction writer on the topic of food and travel. She’s already been invited to write a column for the Los Angeles Times and is working on a book about food and wine. She asked us for a guest blog about her experiences in food and travel writing.

The guest blog, from Stephanie, is titled “From the Gourmet to the Gluten-Free” and is a look at the evolution of food and travel writing in the last 50 years. She tells us a bit about how she got into writing, and then, in a very short message on our website, she tells us the inspiration for the special issue and the reasons she’s so proud to be a part of it.

There is a very strong link between food and travel writing. Writers used to be obsessed with the food they were serving, and they used to take their food writing seriously.

The problem is that food writing is not about food. It’s about travel and food. Food writers don’t write about food anymore. They write about the experience of traveling to a new country, and then they describe it. It has been a long time since they wrote about travel, and now they’re writing about food. It’s a huge shift.

The old food writers wrote about the food they were serving. They didn’t write about the fact that they were serving the food. They wrote about the food they were eating. Food writing is about the experience of travel, and about the food, but food writing is about the experience of the food, not the food itself.

Travel is a huge topic in modern culture, and because food is so closely tied to travel there is also a great focus on food writing. The reason is that even though food writing doesn’t have a specific focus, it has a great deal to do with food. The reason is that even though food writers don’t eat that food, they still have to write about it.

There is a reason why food writers are so passionate about food. They are passionate about it because they have tasted it and they can tell a great deal about it.

Food writers are passionate about food because they are passionate about it. Food writers are passionate about it because they can tell a great deal about it. Food writers are passionate about it because they love it and they are passionate about it because they can tell a great deal about it. What a great combination. We will tell you more about this later.

Writers who write food blogs are passionate about food because they love it and because they love to tell a great deal about it. Food writers are passionate about food because they love the food they write about and because they love telling a great deal about it. Food writers are passionate about food because they love the food and they write about it because they love it and they love telling a great deal about it.

For a food blog, the writer is just another person who loves food, but one who also loves a subject. Food bloggers are passionate about food because they love food and they love telling a great deal about it and they love telling a great deal about it because they love food and they love telling a great deal about it.

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