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Webcast: Meet the Peninsula Foodist

Food blogger and editor Elena Kadvany talks about the rise of food journalism and the role of diverse cuisines in the fabric of Silicon Valley life

On this episode, meet the Peninsula Foodist, also known as Palo Alto Weekly education reporter Elena Kadvany. On July 17, Kadvany debuted a new e-newsletter covering the Peninsula dining scene, from parking lot food stands to Michelin-starred restaurants. Weekly journalists talk with Kadvany about the rise of food journalism and the diverse cuisines of the Peninsula.

Watch the webcast here or listen to the podcast version of the episode here.

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