November 4, 2014

Some (a lot) of journalists are eating pizza tonight, or #newsroompizza if you want to hashtag and give it a Twitter account. But not everyone.

Here are a few other scrumptious things you may see tonight on Twitter or Facebook from journalists who are covering the election (or possibly just the rest of the news.) Of course we need coffee, good call from Liset Marquez at the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin in California.

And here’s a meal from WGBH that sounds delicious:

Journalists are getting some BBQ tonight at the Dallas Morning News.

DMN reporter Eva-Marie Ayala (who shared the previous tweet with me) is missing out on that, but school-board-meeting-meatloaf looks yummy, too.

The Austin American Statesman went with fajitas.

St. Louis Public Radio went with muffalettas.

Lindsay Wise, a national correspondent with McClatchy’s DC bureau, shared this meal on Facebook (and I’m sharing with her permission):

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And Michael Biesecker, a reporter with the Associated Press in North Carolina, shared this feast on Facebook (again, sharing with his permission):

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Biesecker tells me that meal included “pork barbecue, brisket, ribs, mac & cheese, baked beans, fried okra, hush puppies and sweet tea.”

Let’s end, for now, with bipartisan brownies from Cleveland. They look good. And fair.

After posting this, I saw some more delicious-not-pizza meal tweets. Here are a few of them:

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