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Judging by the top picks of the savvy food crowd that reads Zester Daily, it looks like people just can’t get enough of Italian food. Good thing, because there are endless more tales to tell and dishes to make you smile, up my proverbial sleeve. Zester Daily is not any ordinary food publication, but a cooperative of experienced writers from around the world who bring you the fresh, the undiscovered, the “weird and the wonderful,” writes founder and editor, Corie Brown. Contributors don’t have to fit into any magazine template to sound and look like everyone else, or be muzzled about expressing strong points of views. Here are my stories from 2013 that made the top picks of the year:



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  5 Responses to “Julia’s Stories Make 2013 Zester Daily Top Picks, Site for the “Weird and Wonderful” in Food and Drink”

  1. Congratulations, Julia,
    It is not always that excellence will be recognized(unfortunately)…but it feels so right when it does.

  2. Congratulations Julia, well deserved! I love to read Zester Daily and your articles are really interesting.
    Food is not only recipes, food has a history and stories that should be told, and you are a great narrator.

    I’m a food blogger ( http://zexxyswife.blogspot.ca/ ) and write about authentic world food and would like to dedicate my next post to some unusual charcuterie. One of them is nduja, that I recently found in Little Italy in Vancouver, Canada, where I live.
    I would be honored to have you as a guest writer, as I know that you would be the best to tell a story about Nduja sausage.


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