L.V. Anderson


L.V. Anderson edits Slate's food and drink sections. She writes the Brow Beat's recipe column, "You're Doing It Wrong."

L.V. Anderson appears in the following:

Thanksgiving Is For Eaters (with Amy Sedaris)

Friday, November 18, 2016

Amy Sedaris and Mo Rocca offer advice on dealing with family, Radiolab's Robert Krulwich tells of a lovesick turkey, and we call Butterball’s hotline for life advice.

Thanksgiving Is For Eaters (with Amy Sedaris)

Monday, November 16, 2015

Amy Sedaris and Mo Rocca offer advice on dealing with family at the holidays, the NY Times’ Sam Sifton rails against appetizers at Thanksgiving, and Kenji Lopez-Alt talks turkey science.

Do Places Make Smaller Sandwiches For Women?

Monday, October 19, 2015

In this special Sporkful investigation, Dan Pashman and Slate's L.V. Anderson order sandwiches around New York City to find out whether sandwich sexism is real.

You Say Potato, I Say Hangover Cure

Monday, December 29, 2014

Which is better for a hangover--home fries or hash browns? We cover breakfast potato minutiae with Slate's L.V. Anderson, just in time for New Year's.

Why A Turkey Is Like A Tube Of Toothpaste

Monday, November 17, 2014

Serious Eats' Kenji Lopez-Alt discusses the science of turkey cookery, Slate's L.V. Anderson talks vegetarian options, and OTM's Brooke Gladstone shows us how not to make dessert.

Ramen: Cooking Methods, Flavor Packet Usage, and The Ramen Code

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

There's plenty to slurp up, when Slate Food and Drink Editor L.V. Anderson joins Dan to debate ideal ramen cooking methods, broth-to-noodle-ratio, and flavor packet usage.

Sporkful Live at Guactacular: Guacamole Composition & Consumption

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Dan talks to Lee Frank of Nachos NY, L.V. Anderson of Slate, and Chris Salgado of Chris's Awesome Guacamole about guac composition and consumption.

Last Chance Foods: The Right Way to Do Parsley

Friday, August 16, 2013

Slate editor L.V. Anderson shares her methods for efficiently cleaning and chopping parsley. Try her recipe for tabbouleh.

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