Marnie Shure
marnieshure
Marnie Shure is editor in chief of The Takeout.
1/23/20
9:04 PM
4

Am I the only one who was almost ecstatic just to see that it was still in the wrapper?

1/23/20
7:53 PM
2

I’m the weird person who just remembers what page they stopped on. This is my mutant power, I can remember where I stopped reading books I haven’t looked at in years. Read more

1/23/20
7:30 PM
20

Wait. Since the book was hinged, was that a cheese hot dog? Or was it still a cheese sandwich?

1/17/20
12:42 PM
6

I remember being in grade school and trying to discretely share one with your crush but you didn’t want to give it away that they were your crush so you always played it off like you didn’t mean to give them that specific heart.

12/20/19
10:50 AM
11

If you want to break it down and smash the hot dog meat, that’s not even really enough meat to make a good sandwich. Read more

12/20/19
10:17 AM
30

This may be the best answer ever given to this question. To the window.......

12/19/19
3:33 PM
3

>And if I ever find myself at the second largest mall in the United States

I feel The Takeout would be neglecting its journalistic duties if it did not send you.

12/19/19
11:02 AM
9

I love these draft articles, and it has become commonplace for me before I read them to a) think of a couple items that absolutely must be selected, and b) decide in advance—before I see the final draft—that I will vote for whoever took one or more of them. For this draft, those items were: Read more

12/16/19
8:07 PM
3

I love this blog, because it has introduced me to new recipes and a side of American cooking that I had never seen. I don’t live on the American continent, so it’s fun to learn about jell-o salads and regional dishes that seem to boil the blood of people that hate them and bring out nice memories in those that love Read more

12/16/19
6:50 PM
3

I haven’t been in the comments section much lately (new 9-to-5 is eating my life for breakfast, lunch, and a sensible dinner), but I still pop my head in once in awhile. Keep up the good work!

12/16/19
2:57 PM
5

It would be impossible to choose a Best or even a few Bests. At The Takeout, I’m that little girl on a farm in the middle of Nowhere reading the exotic and treasured copy of National Geographic I hid under my over-sized winter coat while leaving the Big City Doctor’s Office (cause I’m an Outlander in the world of Read more

12/16/19
1:13 PM
6

So much remarkable storytelling and commentary. Reads like that cooking club that’s really a martini club where we drink too much and by the end of the day, we’re all sharing social security numbers unwisely.

12/16/19
11:19 AM
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I just wanted to say thanks to all of you for such a great blog. It has improved my cooking a lot, and introduced me to a bunch of easily accessible (and some not so easily accessible!) recipes that have made my life better. It’s also just such a lovely oasis in a sea of internet grossness. I always leave happier than Read more

12/16/19
9:12 AM
5

Just here to say, I’ve recently realized just how much I enjoy it when John Carruthers shows up around here. I’m still going to make that pastrami one of these days.

12/11/19
2:48 PM
3

Today, I learned never to read a recipe article on an empty stomach. My mouth is watering and I need to find some nuts STAT!