To maintain anonymity as the upcoming New York Times restaurant critic, here are some disguises Sam Sifton should consider.
Clockwise, from top left: Gael Greene, Kanye West, Donald Trump, Groucho Marx, Adam West-era Batman, and the Unabomber.
Gael Greene tweets: "Just saw photo of Frank Bruni on Grub Street? Would you trade in your clunker and buy a new car from this man?" We don't see it.
Gael Greene has a new toy: a kitchen towel embroidered with the name of her most famous sexual conquest, in hilarious food-pun form: "Elvis Parsley."
Gael Greene, the dinosaur restaurant critic who'll tell anyone who asks about her slutty days with Elvis and Clint Eastwood, has written a piece for The Daily Beast's new "Hungry Beast" food subsite entitled "The Secret Sex Lives of Chefs" about chefs and sex and groupies. Along with tepid anonymous quotes from chefs who were [...]
Gael Greene twitters: "Grub Street asks who'll play Elvis in Insatiable TV series. Remember, he was skinny, 22 and petulant."
Jonathan Rhys Meyers would be the perfect candidate — hell he's already played Elvis Presley before in the movie, Elvis.
Maybe we can just put Rumer Willis in a pompadour wig?
Gael Greene twittered that a TV pilot is in the works based on her memoir Insatiable: Tales from a Life of Delicious Excess.
Greene writes on her blog:
I always thought Insatiable could be "Sex and the City at the Table" or "It Takes Two to Fork Play." Serendipity Point, the Canadian film company that bought the [...]