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elisabeth sherman
Indonesian/Dutch | asst food+drink editor | Words: Glamour, Vulture, Self, Food & Wine, The Guardian, Inside Hook
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elisabeth sherman Nov 27
People who gave LILA a one star review on good reads....who hurt you
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elisabeth sherman Nov 27
Did you form a quarantine bubble with your immediate family so you can spend Christmas together? Is socializing exclusively with your relatives driving you to the brink? I wrote about how to not turn the holidays into a brawl for
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elisabeth sherman Nov 27
Replying to @rebeccafirkser @Food52
This is awesome news! Congrats!
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Moby Dick Nov 26
Oh, man! admire and model thyself after the whale!
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elisabeth sherman Nov 25
I SHOUTED when I saw wes studi on this list. Incredibly well deserved
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Hannah Weinberger Nov 24
Journos: What's a story you worked really hard on this year bc you think it's important, but which didn't get as much play as you'd hoped it would (maybe cuz there is 200,000x times as much insane news as usual in 2020)? I will try to make time to read it! Drop links below⬇️
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elisabeth sherman Nov 25
I had a blast working on this story for about the rise of celebrity nostalgia on Instagram
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Lara Lee Nov 24
So special to speak to about my book, especially because it resonated so much with her due to her Indonesian heritage ❤️
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elisabeth sherman Nov 25
Replying to @LaraLeeFood
Thanks for sharing lara! :)
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elisabeth sherman Nov 25
When I’m moving through a bought of extreme sadness I’ve always found that a shower is powerful. My dad would say “you’re getting cleaned up.” Maybe it’s a metaphor for starting fresh. I don’t know. When I feel paralyzed it just kickstarts me to keep moving
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Mark Stott Nov 24
Lovely intro to this tasty, spicy classic cuisine
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SadeVEVO Nov 24
one of the worst parts of this app is the writers who go out of their way to talk about how hard it is to be a writer. it’s words. type them or don’t.
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Nickolaus Hines Nov 24
1 thanksgiving, 50 states, and many (many) ways to feast - a fun package led by and myself that's filled with stories about all of the thanksgiving dishes and traditions we can't travel to experience for ourselves this year
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elisabeth sherman Nov 24
It was thrilling, emotional even, to talk with about the Indonesian food our respective families cooked for us as kids, and even more so to discuss how cooking can open a door into a undiscovered heritage for second generation people.
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elisabeth sherman Nov 20
I desperately wish that Hillary Clinton would stop tweeting
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elisabeth sherman Nov 20
Replying to @PicklesandTea
sidenote: give her cookbook deal! second sidenote: i have an interview with lara lee coming out later today!
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elisabeth sherman Nov 20
Gratified that included Indonesian food here, & that she talked w/ , an Indonesian chef who I greatly admire. this is a cuisine that defies any monolithic definitions b/c the country's religions & ethnic identities are so diverse
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kelsey mckinney Nov 19
You would think the rounds of edits would have made my novel feel real to me. But no. It is this: THE COVER.
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zachary siegel Nov 19
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