The next announcement was despatched on behalf of Alice Quick, acting Food items editor.
We are delighted… no… we are elated to announce that Jenn Harris is our most recent Food columnist.
Harris has worked at The Moments for far more than 10 a long time, starting off as a author and producer in the attribute sections, with assignments ranging from an examination of political design and style to camping in the Israeli desert. She joined the Foods section comprehensive time in 2012, main lots of of the team’s digital initiatives. She served as deputy Foods editor from February 2014 to August 2018 and was performing Foods editor for several months. For the very last two several years, Harris has been senior food writer and a video clip host and producer.
She has released our readers to myriad foodstuff phenomena, which includes the $500 milkshake. Harris has profiled some of the city’s major chefs and shared the tricks of L.A. speakeasies. She’s surfed the crowds at Coachella to report on gifting suites and extravagant foods pop-ups and toured bakeries with Martha Stewart. She has composed about places to eat in the San Gabriel Valley, the San Fernando Valley, Beverly Hills and Little Saigon (for starters), and quite a few of us will hardly ever forget the mind-boggling “18 Bowls of Pasta in 18 Several hours.”
Have been there doughnuts? Of course. (And cronuts as well.) In addition, Harris has documented on cocktails (and designer ice), barbecue and, sure, the Fried Rooster Industrial Sophisticated of Southern California.
Harris assisted pioneer the Foods section’s online video storytelling, and her “Bucket Listing” video clip collection has coated Nashville scorching chicken, fried chicken sandwiches, Taiwanese fried hen and super crispy fried hen. She developed two other video clip series, “I Can Make That” and the present “What We’re Into,” with reviews on subject areas like Cambodian road meals, tarte tatin and crème brûlée cookies.
Harris has claimed on the intersection of foodstuff and tv and vertical farming. In addition, in the previous 12 months, she has thrown herself into protection of pandemic-linked food information: help for crucial personnel, the whiplash of cafe openings and closings, Black-owned meals organizations, cafe rents and restaurateur pivots, and the tyranny of mounting delivery costs.
She’s an in-demand speaker, Television visitor and host of Meals gatherings, and she’s a tastemaker who implies and pulls in chefs for all those functions. In addition, Harris drives discussions all over restaurant and food items tendencies, variety and social media.
In her new part, Harris will assist the Food editor with assigning, arranging and long-phrase vision, and she will operate with the Food items team to develop procedures for new social media platforms.
A lifelong Angeleno, Harris has a bachelor’s diploma in literary journalism from UC Irvine and a master’s in on-line journalism from USC.
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