Josh Ozersky dies at 47; Esquire magazine food editor

Josh Ozersky dies at 47; Esquire magazine food editor
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • May 5, 2015
The well-loved food writer Josh Ozersky, food editor of Esquire magazine, was found dead in his Chicago hotel room Monday morning. He had written about restaurants under the byline Mr. Cutlets for the New York Daily News, pioneered food blogging...
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