Jane and Michael Stern's "Gourmet Magazine" articles

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2011/04/19 10:45:20 (permalink)

Jane and Michael Stern's "Gourmet Magazine" articles

I came across this and thought it would be of interest for those who have never read all of these articles.
 
 
http://www.gourmet.com/profiles/jane_and_michael_stern/search?contributorName=Jane%20and%20Michael%20Stern
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    JRPfeff
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    Re:All of the Sterns "Gourmet Magazine" articles 2011/04/19 10:52:45 (permalink)
    Greymo - Great idea to do that search.
     
    Are you sure that is all the Stern's articles?  I seem to think they were writing for Gourmet for a much longer time.
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    Re:All of the Sterns "Gourmet Magazine" articles 2011/04/19 11:48:48 (permalink)
    It's not all of them.
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    Re:All of the Sterns "Gourmet Magazine" articles 2011/04/19 11:57:16 (permalink)
    MiamiDon,  you are correct.  I was so excited to find this that I posted it  using the word "All".  I  shall have to edit that.  I wish that Michael Stern could tell us a way to find every article that they have written for Gourmet.  It would be great rereading them.
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    Re:All of the Sterns "Gourmet Magazine" articles 2011/04/19 12:05:05 (permalink)
    It is a lot of them! Gourmet was a lovely place to work. We started writing monthly in 1994 (first story: meat and three at Hap Townes in Nashville). At that time our column was usually 3000-4000 words. As time went on, attention-spans shortened (as did revenues and page counts) and by the end, we were lucky to get 800-1000 words.  Of course, now you can read us regularly in the wonderful Saveur.
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    Re:All of the Sterns "Gourmet Magazine" articles 2011/04/19 12:18:46 (permalink)
    My wife and I happened to pick up a fairly complete collection of Gourmet (and Bon Appetit) going back into the late 1980's (a Craigslist freebee, the guy was going to toss them if could find a taker).
     
    I was tempted to find, cut-out, and bind all the Stern's Roadfood articles. Now I know where to start looking.
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    Re:All of the Sterns "Gourmet Magazine" articles 2011/04/19 12:47:37 (permalink)
    Michael Stern - Did you write for Gourmet on a non-monthly basis before 1994?
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    Re:All of the Sterns "Gourmet Magazine" articles 2011/04/19 13:25:25 (permalink)
    Greymo-
    Thanks so much for posting this link.  It should be really enjoyable to go back and read some of my favorites or catch up on ones I missed.
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    Re:All of the Sterns "Gourmet Magazine" articles 2011/04/19 14:15:24 (permalink)
    I have been searching and searching and this is the only other Gourmet  article that I could find.
     
     
    http://www.gourmet.com/magazine/2000s/2000/02/watchpeopleeatI
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    Re:All of the Sterns "Gourmet Magazine" articles 2011/04/19 16:47:24 (permalink)
    I subscribed to gourmet for many years, and it got to the point where the first thing I always read was the Road column. Definitely allowed me to vicariously travel and eat in a way I had never done before. 
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    Re:All of the Sterns "Gourmet Magazine" articles 2011/04/19 17:29:38 (permalink)
    I, too, enjoyed the Roadfood contributions in Gourmet for many years. When they decided to quit, and offered B.A.,, I said B-A-A!, and quit the whole bunch. There's plenty of material on line to satisfy me, first and foremost my daily fix of Roadfood.
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    Re:All of the Sterns "Gourmet Magazine" articles 2011/04/19 18:23:31 (permalink)
    MiamiDon; no, we wrote nothing for Gourmet before they asked us to write a story about a diner (O'Rourke's), which they liked so much that they hired us to do the column. Hap Townes was the first that ran. I believe the O'Rourke's column was a few months later.
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