Whether we’re clenching our teeth in anxiety while watching Chopped or wishing we we had Guy Fieri‘s job on Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, we seem to love watching shows about food as much as we love consuming it.
For those who enjoy writing about food as much as they love eating it, Food Network Magazine is the perfect place to pitch. The best-selling mag features various recipes and cuisines, as well as everything from gear, cookbooks, health, food science, food styling, entertaining, kitchens, travel, shopping and restaurants.
For pitching etiquette and editors’ contact info, read How to Pitch: Food Network Magazine.
– Sherry Yuan
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