The Press: Columnist at the Table

For a sensitive approach to food This writer is the smartest For Clementine's not merely good She's both gourmet and artist.

Such outbursts of approval as this one in the letters column of the New York Herald Tribune last week are not at all unusual for the Trib's Food Editor Clementine Paddleford. Her daily Trib columns and Sunday column in This Week (circ. 10,638,00) have brought in thousands of letters (one-third of them from men), and made her the best-known food editor in the U.S. "Nobody writes about food," says Claudius Philippe, food boss of Manhattan's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, "with more enthusiasm and...

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