From Monday to Friday Lynda Ingham-Brown, senior copy editor at Woolworths’ Taste magazine, lives and breathes all things epicurean. These are the places where you’ll find her tucking in when she’s not eating on the job. When I tell people I work at a food magazine, they say: "You must be a great cook, then." Sure, I can follow a good recipe (making sure the ones we publish in Taste are well written is my job), but that doesn’t mean that I spend all my time in the kitchen. In fact, I love eating out. I attribute this to it being a serious luxury when I was a kid, and to my chronic Fomo (fear of missing out) — I like to know what’s going on. Being in the food media business means I get my fair share of work perks. My lunches in the winelands and dinners at the newest spot on the block have my friends commenting: "Tough job, hey?" on my Instagram posts. Don’t get me wrong: I’m aware that this is an incredible privilege, and I’ll never forget that. But when people ask me where they sho...

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