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On Jonathan Gold

2009_10_jgold.jpgJonathan Gold, the LA Weekly's Pulitzer prize-winning food critic and "the high-low priest of the L.A. food scene," gets the New Yorker profile treatment this week. Among the fun facts shared in the piece: the big J-Gold has been mistaken for chef Jonathan Waxman and for Mario Batali, he used to "guzzle hot sauce as a kid," he eats at 300 to 500 restaurants a year and he drives 20,000 miles a year in search of food. [Eater National]

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