4 Undeniably Awesome Reasons to Follow The Daily Meal on Twitter
The Daily Meal's staff believes that food and drink are best enjoyed together, in a social setting. And while we can’t always be sitting with you at at the table or eating with you on the go, we’d love to connect with you in other ways. Many of you already follow us on Twitter, but for the rest of you, here are four undeniably awesome reasons you should start following us, too!
Tailored Food Content We’re like your very own personal news chef, sorting out the bland and only serving up the best food news, just for you!
The Latest in Food and Drink You’ll get the latest who, what, where, when, and how as it pertains to all things food and drink. No more worries about missing a beat. Follow our editors and you'll be sure to stay on top of it all, and be the most informed of all your friends.
Conversation We read everything our Twitter friends write to us! We’re listening and we want to interact with you. Twitter is one of the most direct and immediate ways to do that! You can share your ideas, comments, and thoughts with us easily and directly!
Contests You’ll be the first to know about a number of contests, sweepstakes, and giveaways! We have hotel room sweepstakes, trips, products, and more coming up and sometimes they’re only announced and available on Twitter!
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Colman Andrews The Daily Meal's editorial director, Colman was described by David Kamp in The United States of Arugula as "a suave, Francophile food-and-wine know-it-all," a characterization he proudly accepts.
Arthur Bovino The Daily Meal's executive editor, Arthur is an FCI-trained cook, and an unopinionated restaurant, food media, travel, and festival expert who also shoots food graffiti @graffeatinyc.
Annie Dolce The Daily Meal's Cook editor has a passion for food, fun, and family. Her mission? Helping home cooks succeed.
Will Budiaman The Daily Meal's Recipe editor heads up Cook's weekly recipe SWAT team, and has a love for spicy foods and exotic cuisines, but finds that good pizza keeps him happy, too.
Francesca Borgognone The Daily Meal's Entertain editor is a self-described magazine connoisseur, food-lover, hopeless romantic, workaholic, drama queen extraordinaire, and Gossip Girl know-it-all.
Mark Puckett The Daily Meal’s Travel Editor has been to all 50 states and lived all over the world, drinking and eating his way through many countries. He uses that firsthand knowledge to bring you all the inside tips and tricks needed for making eating around the world a cinch.
Ali Rosen The Daily Meal's Video reporter and producer is a food lover and unapologetic frequent dog-photo-tweeter.
Jess Chou As asssociate editor at The Daily Meal, Jess writes news briefs about developments in the kitchen, entertaining, and the restaurant world.
Marcy Franklin As the Drink Editor, Marcy explores the world of beverages – and that includes coffee, tea, energy drinks, and the occasional outrageous cocktail. A grad of the University of Colorado and Newhouse at Syracuse University, Marcy tweets all things #craftbeer, #cocktails, and the occasional puppy.
Dan Myers The Daily Meal's Eat/Dine editor reports on all things restaurant-related. From America's best restaurants to its best fast-food breakfasts, Dan has you covered in 16 cities and counting.
Jane Bruce The Daily Meal's photo editor is a photographer with a focus on documentary. She earned a BFA in Photography from the Columbus College of Art & Design. To submit photos to our Snackshots feature, email jbruce[at]thedailymeal.com, subject line "Snackshots."
Carly Goldsmith A San Francisco native and New York transplant, Carly is the food-obsessed copy editor for The Daily Meal.
Tyler Sullivan The Daily Meal’s assistant editor heads up weekly restaurant critic and content reviews, an array of home and kitchen decorating stories, and the daily happenings of the site’s homepage. Unashamedly obsessed with words, food, and her family, she’s writing her way to best-selling novelist, and channeling frustrations through her blog in the meantime.