Then I beheld Knoll Krest Farm Coconut Macaroons, awkward, prepackaged orbs in ecru and ivory. Even prettier! [PDF]
Slideshow of some things we ate in western El Salvador, including pupusas, sausage, corn drink (atol de elote), coconut cornmeal pancakes, iguana, and iguana eggs. Iguana really does taste like chicken; its eggs . . . not so much.
What we ate while traveling from Moscow to Beijing on the Trans-Siberian Railway, including kolbasa, sweet quark fritters, and stuffed cabbage buns.
The East Village's 7th Street is like the City's food scene in miniature. Come for brunch, come for lunch, come for dinner—just come hungry. This slideshow for the city's official tourism website covers what to eat and drink along four delicious blocks.
Ever get drunk from a pizza? Here's your chance. This article offers the 9 Best Boozy Bites in the US.
The savvy eater knows that what’s good for the belly is also good for the planet.
From 2008 to 2010, I reviewed restaurants for Citysearch [bylined].
Slideshows of some things we ate while traveling for several weeks in India: Street Sweets, Vegetarian Street Food, and Rajasthani Eats
Some say we eat first with our eyes. If true, then Maharaja offers belly-busting rainbows galore.
I'll have the donkey sandwich, please. Hold the mayo.
Forget pepperoni. People in other countries are busy slapping everything from tuna to kimchi on their pies. This article goes around the world in pizza.
Equine dining: on eating horse in Mongolia