RFT Chows Down on Food-Writing Awards

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At the risk of bragging, Riverfront Times cleaned up recently at the annual Association of Food Journalists Awards.

RFT editorial contributor Brooke Foster won best food feature (for a newspaper under 172,000 circulation) for her article (right), "What happens when you take the same shopping list to four very different markets?"

Former staff writer Kristen Hinman won best newspaper food news story for her article, "The Humane Society and Big Agriculture Slug It Out Over Animal Rights."

And the RFT's Ian Froeb won third place for best newspaper restaurant criticism.

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