In case you don't get enough email (is there such a thing? Doesn't email volume = love?) here are a few food-centric options for you.
In an Octopus' Garden: Aqua's monthly newsletter. Regular sections include Recipes, When Not at Aqua (writer Michelle Odom provides a succinct review of another Bay Area restaurant) and Chef's Tips (an ingredient is selected - in March it was red snapper - and Chef Manrique provides instructions for buying, storing and preparing it). Feature articles vary; sometimes they're chef profiles, other times Odom takes on when and how (and why, for Pete's sake!) to decant your wine. Even if you don't live in SF or love the restaurant, the writing is evocative and lively and the recipes mouth-watering. Sign me up!
Chocolate & Zucchini: Chocolate & Zucchini is a bimonthly compendium of posts from the food world's cutest - and favorite - French food blogger, Clotilde. She used to live in Silicon Valley (and her English is perfect, truly and absolutely) and now keeps up her English-language blog from gay Par-ee. She's at work on a cookbook of original recipes; perhaps it will include her confit of spring asparagus, almonds and rosemary? Sign me up again!
Whole Foods Market: From America's favorite alternative grocery store. Whole Foods Market sends out a monthly (?) email focused around a topic: Asian greens and Cuban food are recent examples. Chock full of recipes (Tropical Plantain Split, anyone?) the WF letter also includes educational information about different foods and alerts to in-store specials. Want this one too?
Food and Drink Newsletter: The Tribune family of newspapers (think Chicago and LA) also put out a weekly digest of articles from their food sections around the country. The Food and Drink Newsletter covers everything from new Indian food celebrity chefs like Suvir Saran, to pairing wine with that old favorite, grilled cheese, to how to make real Irish soda bread. Hint: To sign up for this one, you first have to register, and then indicate you want Food the Drink Newsletter sent to you.