(Bay Area) Need help- what are the larger food publications and blogs in the area?

I need your help.

Given that we have a prominent Q&A lineup, we should try to attract as much new traffic to this board as possible.

I need to write the major food pubs/ bloggers in the Bay Area about our Q&A series to generate awareness, and ideally press coverage, so we can attract more new traffic. Can you share the ones you frequent? Please include the name of the publication and the person (like an editor, for example), email address or twitter handle, or web contact form URL.

Or even better, if you are able to write/ tweet them about the series, or if you can mention it in your own blog/ Twitter/ Facebook, that’ll be super, super appreciated…! Given that the Q&A is a unique not-often-repeated opportunity to generate more awareness, your help can potentially mean a much bigger reach in the limited amount of time that we have before the Q&A series start in a couple of weeks!

Thank you!

Link to the series:

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Thanks! This is great.

All, any other publication, particularly those in the city? Thanks!

I have, Chron, Eater, 7x7, Tablehopper. What else? The more the merrier. Thanks.

Rebecca Flint Marx https://twitter.com/EdibleComplex

KQED https://twitter.com/bayareabites


There doesn’t seem to be a dedicated food writer for the San Jose Mercury News.

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Two local editors who cover, amongst other things, food:

https://twitter.com/jaybarmann (SFist.com and previously at Grubstreet)
https://twitter.com/wannacyber (Peter Lawrence Kane, SF Weekly)

Carolyn Jung used to write for the SJ Mercury Newspaper as their food writer, but they let her go, she does have a Blog: http://www.foodgal.com/
and she’s on Twitter: @CarolynJung

Ngoc has a blog - San Jose Food Blog: