Free wedding food shines light on ethical questions

Food critic Josh Ozersky made the news himself recently, after writing a column touting the food created for his recent wedding and recommending readers hire restaurant chefs to cater their own special days. When another writer pointed out that Ozersky's catered affair was done for free, the story sparked larger ethical discussions in the food community about the relationships between chefs and the people who write about them.

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