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Will Levitt
Will Levitt an Brooklyn based food writer and is the Director of Events for LongHouse Food Revivals. He currently runs the blog Under The Egg and has previously worked at Serious Eats, Edible Nutmeg and Food52. He contributes to Serious Eats, Big Girls Small Kitchen, Edible Nutmeg, The Brooklyn Paper and more. His favorite food is a good sandwich. Follow him @UnderEggWill.

Entries by Will Levitt

The New Millenials: A Thousand Reasons to Believe That the Lost Generation Is Redrawing the Map

(0) Comments | Posted August 13, 2014 | 5:59 PM

As a millennial, that label more fitting for a new Windows operating system than an entire generation (so called for being born within a decade of 2000), I've been led to believe I am part of a directionless group of self-centered children who don't enter adulthood until they turn 30....

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Food Education: A Food Trend For 2013

(7) Comments | Posted January 9, 2013 | 8:43 AM

My education in cooking was a bit unconventional. I had always cooked here and there at home -- baking cookies with my grandmother, helping my mom make the fillings for tacos -- but it was nothing serious. Nothing that gave me the opportunity to explore in the kitchen, understand how...

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8 Wholesome Vegetarian Meals For Autumn

(2) Comments | Posted December 1, 2012 | 12:21 PM

The colder months tend to make vegetarian cooking more of a challenge. Summer offered an endless bounty fresh vegetables -- tomatoes, corn, peas, zucchini, baby lettuces and cucumbers, to name a few -- which, cooked simply, were often meals on their own. The autumn and impending winter bring more of...

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What Happened During The LongHouse Food Writers Revival

(0) Comments | Posted October 8, 2012 | 1:19 PM

On September 15, 2012 many of the nation's leading thinkers in food media gathered in a restored barn in Rensselaerville, New York to explore the idea of "Old Media, New Media and the False Divide" and discuss the challenges and possibilities of how food stories are told.

Speakers and...

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The 2012 Wine Olympic Games: We Try Every Variety of Trader Joe's Two-Buck-Chuck!

(11) Comments | Posted August 10, 2012 | 8:26 AM

It wouldn't be an Olympic season without a little fun from your friends at Dorm Room Dinner, right?

Well we teamed up to create an Olympic challenge sure to be the highlight of this year's games. You'll be cheering, crying and shouting "U-S-A! U-S-A!" the whole way through....

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Sandwich Crafting: A Creative Guide

(2) Comments | Posted July 24, 2012 | 4:08 PM


Some of you may have heard of the gourmet sandwich shop chain 'Wichcraft, originally from New York (it was started by Tom Colicchio, the judge on Top Chef). It's a pretty appropriate name for a sandwich shop, not only because its so clever of a name,...

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You Don't Like To Cook? I Don't Want To Hear About It.

(58) Comments | Posted July 2, 2012 | 5:39 PM

I love spending long days in the kitchen, taking my time to make a batch of cookies or chopping up the vegetables for dinner. I like to wait as a pot of soup simmers on the stove and find it relaxing to spend an...

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10 Sensational Summer Sandwiches

(3) Comments | Posted May 30, 2012 | 6:09 PM

As far as I'm concerned, nothing is quite as satisfying as a sandwich in summer, eaten outdoors with a cold glass of iced tea. There's something about taking fresh summer produce and placing it between some good bread (and maybe a smear of mayo or goat...

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Food 101: Why College Students Should Learn How to Cook

(10) Comments | Posted May 16, 2012 | 10:39 AM

We promise our college students a lot these days. We promise them a quality education, access to top professors and an intellectually active campus. We promise them the opportunity to think critically, build their leadership skills and express their creativity. We want them to have a solid foundation for the...

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Italian Cooking

(0) Comments | Posted May 7, 2012 | 9:20 AM

Editors Note: Huffington Post College is partnering with students, universities and colleges around the world to publish annotated versions of their thesis projects this May. Want us to publish your work? Email us at with thesis abstracts limited to between 800 and 1,000 words. Please include a headshot and...

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