“Impulsive Traveler: Houston” for the Washington Post

I wrote a little piece on Houston food for tomorrow's… [more]

“Impulsive Traveler: Houston” for the Washington Post "Impulsive Traveler: Houston" for the Washington Post

“The farm, at the table” for the Washington Post

I have another piece in the Washington Post Food section… [more]

“The farm, at the table” for the Washington Post "The farm, at the table" for the Washington Post

food trucks + wine for Richmond Magazine

I've got two pieces in the October issue of Richmond… [more]

food trucks + wine for Richmond Magazine food trucks + wine for Richmond Magazine

eat like a local: paris

Check out my latest column for EthnoTraveler in which… [more]

eat like a local: paris eat like a local: paris

“Impulsive Traveler: Houston” for the Washington Post

December 7, 2012

I wrote a little piece on Houston food for tomorrow’s Washington Post. I give Houston’s “looks” a bit of a hard time, but I really had a fabulous few days eating my way around the city. You can read the full article here.

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“The farm, at the table” for the Washington Post

October 10, 2012

I have another piece in the Washington Post Food section this week about restaurants that grow their own food, an extension of the farm-to-table movement. The piece focuses largely on Joneve Murphy, the Inn at Little Washington’s farmer-in-residence, but also touches on a few other concepts in Virginia. I spent a few hours touring the [...]

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food trucks + wine for Richmond Magazine

September 26, 2012

I’ve got two pieces in the October issue of Richmond Magazine, including this story on the food truck scene, which is available online for your reading pleasure. The print version, which focuses largely on wine, will get you another piece I did on local wine shop owners and tons of other great stories. So, do the struggling [...]

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eat like a local: paris

July 18, 2012

Check out my latest column for EthnoTraveler in which I offer five tips for eating like a local in Paris. I stumbled upon these pointers during my brief, but food-filled, trip to Paris last summer. Writing this made me want to go back! Hope you enjoy!

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article in The Washington Post

July 8, 2012

  I’m very happy to share my first piece for The Washington Post, which ran in the July 4th issue of the Food section. It covers a lovely group of ladies and their delicious gouda at the Our Lady of Angels Monastery down in Crozet, VA. You can read the full story online and be [...]

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interview with Eric Kayser – French baker extraordinaire

June 26, 2012

In my latest Firsts + Lasts column for EthnoTraveler, I chatted with the famed French baker — Eric Kayser. Last summer, I popped into his shop in the 7th for a baguette on my first morning in Paris and it was a perfectly crunchy and carby way to start the food-packed, solo tour of the [...]

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