A Miami food blog has been duped by an anonymous writer-marketer posing as a New York Times food scribe, who hoped to garner some press for a few South Florida restaurants.
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This is a warning to you, the enthusiastic eater, to make some effort to learn who your recommendations come from. As online food and restaurant marketing has boomed, the Internet has become clogged with shady characters posing as earnest gastronomic guides. The fraudsters collect some benefits from the joints they boost.More »