As the food writer for the Austin American-Statesman, Addie Broyles writes about everything from farmers and up-and-coming chefs to food trends in Austin and beyond in a weekly column and blog called Relish Austin. When she’s not chasing after her two young sons, the Ozarks native and University of Missouri graduate writes about women and food at The Feminist Kitchen and is the advisory council chair of the Austin Food Blogger Alliance. Addie is spearheading an Austin Food Blogger Alliance community cookbook that is slated to come out in April 2013.
In 2011, Addie was named by Tribeza magazine as one of the top 10 Austinites to watch and was voted the top food writer in the city two years in a row by readers of the Austin Chronicle. She recently won the National Headliner Award for special or feature column on one subject by an individual, and her freelance work has appeared in Dwell and The Guardian.
BlogHer Food '13 Speakers
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Founder, Small Planet Institute
Writer and Publisher/You Fed a Baby Chili?
Founder, Appetite for Books
Senior Community Manager, BlogHer.com
White On Rice Couple
Social Media Manager, BlogHer
Contributing Editor, Skillet Diaries
Co-Founder and COO, BlogHer
Marketing and Communications Director, Partnership for a Healthier America
Hip Girl's Guide to Homemaking
Founder, Panini Happy
Managing Principal, Webb Consulting
Social Media Researcher, BlogHer
Director of Nutrition, Feeding America
Owner, ReganMillerJones, Inc.
Publisher and Photographer, Sweet Remedy
Creator, Go Gingham
Founder, Punk Domestics
Publisher, A Spicy Perspective
Founder and Chief Storyteller, Thriving Media
White On Rice Couple
Founder, Sweet Life
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