Helen Rosner

food correspondent for The New Yorker

Food correspondent for The New Yorker

Helen Rosner on KCRW

A few weeks ago, a viral essay started popping up. It was titled “I Found the Best Burger Place in America -- And Then I Killed It.” Kevin Alexander wrote it for Thrillist.

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A few weeks ago, a viral essay started popping up. It was titled “I Found the Best Burger Place in America -- And Then I Killed It.” Kevin Alexander wrote it for Thrillist.

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