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Am I the only one who shudders at this kind of thing？ Certainly， I‘m not the first to have noticed it. The existence of child foodies isn’t anything especially new； two year ago the Times did an awful piece on “Fine Dining Where Strollers Don‘t Invite Sneers”； a year ago the New York Post weighed in on “Tweezine，” or fine cuisine grade schoolers. In both cases ers retched. But the trend， sadly， wasn’t limited to New York： Chicago Magazine called the snooty spawn “koodies” and ecasted “an emerging society of pintsize gourmands.” And they aren‘t going away. Earlier this week I a story in the Daily News about a -year-old critic who had just published a restaurant guide to New York. Kid critics are the latest trend； even the normally caustic eater.com has commissioned some. Then one of my friends wrote to tell me about his 8-year-old nephew. “He’s such a food snob，” he writes， that he “won‘t eat canned or jarred foods. If he’s given bottled tomato sauce he spits it out.” Now， we‘ve all seen bad kids； they’re even a m of entertainment， in the m of viral s enjoyed by those of us who don‘t actually have families. Child foodies aren’t bad—but the precocious displeasure they display towards foods beneath them is most unnatural. I‘m not against kids enjoying good food， even grown-up food like sushi or goat cheese risotto balls （fed to a two-year old， at one of the best restaurants in Manhattan， in the Times piece.） But being a foodie means having an aroused and rarefied interest in unusual foods； and that， inevitably， means an implicit detestation of regular， crappy foods. I may be the only professional food writer I know who eats Go-Go Taquitos at 7- as part of his regular diet； and I would get bounced out of the profession if people knew what I did behind closed doors. I don’t want to be the one to suggest that it‘s wrong to encourage prepubescent epicureanism in a country where 6 million people are on food stamps…but it is wrong. I know no kid is moved by warnings that children are starving in Biafra； but they should be aware that children are starving three blocks over. Not to pick on the Times piece， which is both old and ludicrous， but I can’t stop thinking of the photograph， of three princelings being waited upon by what appear to be hispanic servers. The image is one with more than a whiff of feudal privilege， in the context of which the children‘s choices seem totally gross and un-American.
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