Press

The Seattle Times, Food Lovers’ Guide to Seattle author Keren Brown’s a doer
(July 19, 2011)


Seattle Woman Magazine, Recipes for Success: Five Seattle Food Bloggers Make it Big Online

(2011)

Puget Sound Business Journal, Amazing grazing at Keren Brown’s latest Seattle foodie event
(July 26, 2011)

BlogHer, Author of Food Lovers’ Guide to Seattle
(June 7, 2012)
Speaker on the topic of Bootstrapping a Book Tour

Seattleite, Seattleite Book Club
(March 2012)

Keren Brown takes readers on an in-depth journey from coffee shop to market, café to high-end restaurant, neighborhood by Seattle neighborhood

SPJ Westen Washington, Food Blogging an international City
(February 27, 2012)

EatInSeattle, Foodportunity Seattle February 2012 at Palace Ballroom: SOLDOUT event
(February 1, 2012)

Seattleite, Sexy Food: The 11 Sexiest Food Peeps of ‘11

(December 29, 2011)

BlogHer, Food Conference Advisory Committee
(December 21, 2011)

International Food Blogger Conference, Speaker
(December 20, 2011)
Building Community

Savory Sweet Life, Food Lover’s Guide to Seattle

(December 19, 2011)

425 Magazine, Blogger Bites
(November 1, 2011)

Al Dente, Keren Brown Makes Seattle Dining Easy!
(August 9, 2011)

The Seattle Times, Where Should You Take Guests to Eat in Seattle?
(June 14, 2012)

Al Dente, Food Lovers Guide to Seattle
(July 15, 2011)


Seattle Weekly, The Best Damn Scone Recipe Is In The Food Lovers’ Guide to Seattle

(July, 14, 2011)

Seattle Weekly, The Food Lovers’ Guide to Seattle Is Your Guide to the City’s Best Eating
(July 13, 2011)

Honest Cooking, At the Table With Author-Blogger-Supermom, Keren Brown
(July 7, 2011)

Seattlest, Eat, Drink, Read: Keren Brown’s Food Lovers’ Guide to Seattle
(July 18, 2011)

Martha Stewart’s Dreamers into Doers,  “Doer of the Week” (April 2010)

Keren seems to just thrive on this beehive of activity that is always swirling around her. Along with this, Keren seems to know everyone. And she wants to connect them all together”

Shauna Ahern, Gluten Free -Girl

“Frantic Foodie” Keren Brown, an organizing force behind Seattle’s food bloggers, is throwing open the doors to everyone for “FoodPortunity,”

Rebekah Denn, Eat All About it

“Foodportunity was an event in Seattle put on by Keren Brown aka the Frantic Foodie.  She did such a great job with tons of awesome vendors, a fun diverse panel, and the brilliant idea for speed networking.”

Diana , Dianasaurdishes.com

“She has a knack…for…very welcoming gatherings and bringing great treats to share.”
-Michael Natkin
http://www.herbivoracious.com

“Seattle’s Queen of Foodie Events”

EricRiveraCooks.com

“What’s important is … what great things Keren is doing for the food community. Her event last night was a big success with lots of representation from successful restaurants in the area. I couldn’t have enjoyed myself more, eating and networking with some of Seattle’s finest food entrepreneurs.”
-Becky, Event Attendee (comment on Seattle Weekly Blog)

Presenter at IACP Conference on the subject of  “ Creating Community Online and In Person”

What people are saying about the Food Lovers Guide to Seattle…..

June Sawyers, Chicago Tribune

“In this terrific guide (part of a series), you will find not only the most popular restaurants but also the local ice cream shops, bakeries and specialty restaurants that fall under the radar. Brown also notes the scores of farmers markets and food trucks.”

Nancy Leson, Seattle Times
Ask Keren Brown what she does for a living and she’ll tell you, “I’m a food entrepreneur.” Dig further, and you’ll learn she’s also the force behind the food-industry networking events known as “Foodportunity,” the voice behind the “Frantic Foodie” blog and author of the new “Food Lovers’ Guide to Seattle” (Globe Pequot Press, $14.95), an insider’s look at the very places I’d send you if you’d ask me where to find the best food in town.
Her Food Lovers’ guide is so comprehensive — sharing everything from restaurants to road trips, specialty shops to food-focused events — I’d be quick to hand that compact paperback out to new arrivals the minute they hit the streets.

Rebekah Denn, Amazon’s Al Dente Blog

The book includes the usual Seattle suspects, but also fresher or lesser-known finds — olives brined in-house at The Shop Agora, fried pork rinds and pickled shallots at La Bete, the out-of-this-world (or at least out-of-this-country) Italian gelato at D’Ambrosio. Looking for new Seattle finds? Don’t miss this down-to-Earth little guide. It’s the next best thing to having a friend take you to her favorite places

Glenn Drosendahl, Puget Sound Business Journal

Jesse Oleson, Cakespy

“If you don’t know Keren Brown (if you live in Seattle, and are involved with food at all, you probably do), she basically knows everything about the Seattle food scene. And this book is her love letter to the city and food she loves.”

Rebekah Denn, Eat All About it

“Read through it and you’ll absorb the city’s food scene in a way you could normally only achieve by crunching thousands of the most on-target and up-to-date food tweets and reviews.”

Kathy Casey,

The Frantic Foodie Keren Brown shares the inside scoop in the Food Lovers’ Guide to Seattle. With delectable recipes from Seattle’s iconic eateries, this is the ultimate resource for food lovers to use and savor!

Sonja Groset, Seattle Weekly
“The Food Lovers’ Guide to Seattle is your Guide to the city’s best eating”
Part two, here

Tamiko Nimura, Seattlest

The book includes many known Seattle landmark eateries, but also includes helpful categories such as vegetarian dining, specialty markets, family-friendly dining, and even some suggestions for that Area Which Must Not Be Named Across Lake Washington.

Here is a little about me, some interviews with Seattle Food Writers.

Salty Seattle in Seattleite, click here

Honest Food

Wasabi Prime

Heed the Hedonist

Kristin Pot Pie

Fresh Picked Seattle

More book buzz…


Family Friendly Food

My Food Stylist Blog

Wine Diva Lifestyle

Yay Today

Taste Restaurant

Jamie of All Trades

Fresh Jess

Grumann Nicoll

Eat Bellevue

2 responses to “Press

  1. WOW- What a great blog site to have discovered! Kerens blogs are up to date and full of great information on great food and events in Seattle!

  2. Sweet Mary and I (Jon) share the same foodie Love, We have so much to Share. New to this whole Blogger stuff want to share Sweet mary’s newest its a Chocoflan Bundt it is simply amazing!! is there a way or Place to share Pics

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