ANDREA STRONG

JOURNALIST

I started my career as a lawyer and transitioned to journalism after working in some of New York City's most acclaimed restaurants. For the past 20 years, I’ve been reporting on food from every angle—  restaurants and chefs, trends and lifestyle, food policy, hunger and childhood nutrition, and food justice.​

 

Lately, I have been reporting on the Coronavirus for Food & Wine. In April, I revived The Strong Buzz , which I founded in 2003, and was one of the industry's first and celebrated  restaurant blogs!

My cookbook with Akhtar Nawab entitled Good For You, comes out in Fall 2020 from Chronicle. 

 

My writing has gotten some recognition; I was included in The Best Food Writing of 2016 for the article I wrote, "Why Bakers Have Serious Mother Issues, and for Sloppy Joes in The New York Times in 2002. 

Clients

Some of my favorite clients...

Portfolio

Some of my favorite clips. Click to read!

Growing Hope in Appalachia
Restaurants Transform to Food Pantries
The Pandemic and Hunger
The Dark Side of Chocolate Milk
Hot and Hungry
Campus Food Insecurity Rising
Boston's Best Chefs
Mayor Slashes Breakfast Funding
NYCHA Program Breeds Culinary Stars
NPR, Nov 29, 2018
How Big-Name Chefs Are Using Their F
Eater NY, Jul 24, 2018
Painting the First Taste of Freedom
Eater, Dec 3, 2018
Billion Oyster Project
NPR "The Salt", October 10, 2018
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Even More Clips
Media Appearances
Brian Lehrer Show
Reporting in the Age of COVID-19
Lunch Tray Interview
NY 1
Restaurant Recovery on Not a Foodie
The Connected Table
Fearless Radio
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CONTACT
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I'm either at the playground,

in line at Trader Joe's,

in the kitchen, or searching for my phone. Best bet is to email me. Looking forward to connecting!

 

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