- Betsy Andrews is a James Beard- and IACP-nominated food and drink journalist who wrote a personal essay for Serious Eats about her father and their annual holiday turkey.
- Formerly, she was the executive editor of Saveur magazine and a dining critic for The New York Times.
- Betsy was an editor-at-large with Rodale’s Organic Life magazine.
Betsy Andrews is a James Beard- and IACP-nominated writer who penned a personal essay about turkey for Serious Eats. In addition to her past work as a dining critic for The New York Times, she’s contributed to Travel & Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, Food & Wine, and Eater, among others. She was also an editor-at-large with Rodale’s Organic Life magazine, and has worked as executive editor of Saveur magazine as well as a senior editor of Zagat. Betsy is also the author of New Jersey (2007) and The Bottom (2014), two award-winning books of poetry.
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