One of the many perks of a 22-city book tour includes never being hungry. As I criss-cross the United States and Canada, I get to explore all sorts of incredible regional North American cuisine, cocktails, and craft brewing. Aside from a few sad airport breakfasts, I have been loving the food on the road and [...]
Join me and Conde Nast Traveler for a visit to my friend Jim Lahey's Sullivan Street Bakery for a peek at what makes his pizza rossa the best in the city! You can check out the first installment in this series here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOAwHEXjkks
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lkQGf2QfE0 The March issue of Conde Nast Traveler features Tasting Rome and a fun (if brief!) Rome guide by me and my pal Mario Batali. As part of their book coverage, CNT asked me to track down Rome-style pizza places in NYC. Here's the first installment, a visit to Marta in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood where [...]
On last week's broadcast of Food Talk with Mike Colameco on Heritage Radio Network, Chris Struck stopped by to talk about the sensational orange wines of Georgia and I was in the studio to chat about Rome's restaurant scene and the wines of Lazio. HRN is listener-supported radio. If you like what you hear, please [...]
Illustration: Maddie Edgar. By definition, the lives of professional drinkers are fraught with occasional property damage, impaired judgement, and an insatiable thirst for booze knowledge. My illustrious colleague Whitney Adams surveyed the crowd over at PUNCH and here's what we'll be hitting or quitting in 2016. Happy New Year!
Make food, not war. It’s a simple imperative with undeniable gravity in Lebanon, a small but ethnically diverse country that was ravaged by political and religious conflicts for three decades. This catchy slogan is accompanied by a half-bomb, half-fish logo perfect for slapping on a canvas bag or printing on a […]