Bloomberg News editor-at-large Tom Keene opens up to New York magazine this week about his diet: the “healthy and then less-than healthy” options in the Bloomberg TV pantry, what restaurant he sits at to write his blog and how to make the perfect cocktail. The “Surveillance Midday” anchor, who also co-hosts the morning show on Bloomberg radio, also talks about how difficult it is to get a good meal in while trying to deliver the news:
[Radio co-host] Ken Prewitt and I do the show, and I have breakfast during the nine o’clock hour. A classic kind of Winston Churchill breakfast: scrambled eggs, sausage, English muffin toasted twice, home fries. And I eat about half that because I’m on live. So, I can be talking about Euro, Yen, or the president’s economic policy, and I got a sausage in my mouth. The major goal of power breakfast is to not spill scrambled eggs on Ken Prewitt.
Read the full interview here.