- Dan Nosowitz is a freelance writer and editor based in Los Angeles who has written for Serious Eats about both raw pork and how to pick the freshest shrimp.
- He regularly contributes to Modern Farmer and has also written for the likes of Bon Appetit, Atlas Obscura, Gastro Obscura, and Vice, among others.
- Dan’s piece for Gastro Obscura about crab rangoon was included in The Best American Food Writing 2020 collection.
Dan Nosowitz is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and editor who has contributed stories to Serious Eats about buying the freshest shrimp and the taboo around eating raw pork. He has also written prolifically for Modern Farmer, and has contributed to Bon Appetit, Edible Brooklyn, The New York Times, The Counter (formerly The New Food Economy), Vanity Fair, Gastro Obscura, Atlas Obscura, and others. His piece for Gastro Obscura on crab rangoon, which explored the history of Chinese food in America, was chosen for The Best American Food Writing 2020 collection.
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