Jeffrey Steingarten is a great food writer. He’s the kind of food writer you love and hate because he’s that good. He has been the long time food critic and columnist at Vogue magazine (like, since before I was born, people!) and has written hilarious books, like The Man Who Ate Everything. In this particular book, he writes in an essay about the first food piece he ever wrote, a column called Fish Without Fire, where he shares his adventures in cooking fish in the microwave.