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The Washington Post

How to Eat Your Way Through Maryland’s Pupusa Highway
Pupusas are everywhere in Washington, but nowhere does the concentration of cheese-filled tortillas seem greater than on a single stretch of University Boulevard in Maryland.

Netflix has a new cooking competition, and this D.C. chef is a contestant
The Final Table is a new cooking show coming to Netflix. There are nine episodes and culinary challenges to overcome, each with a different food challenge tied to a specific country and dish.


Meet the Man Using Your Leftovers to Change Washington, D.C. for the Better
Mike Curtin calls himself Washington, D.C.’s food fighter. It’s a title he earns every day by feeding the city’s needy through his organization, DC Central Kitchen, a nonprofit located just a few blocks north of the U.S. Capitol.

Pro Tips for Saving Money on a Caribbean Resort Vacation
What does “all-inclusive” really mean? And How much is that in-room Champagne service going to cost me?

Washington City Paper

The Many Lives of Dupont’s Iron Gate, One of D.C.’s Oldest Restaurants
Almost every day is throwback Thursday at the revived Iron Gate. The recently reincarnated restaurant has a century’s worth of old photos, menus, and newspaper clippings to prove it… [Young & Hungry]


At This Immigrant-Owned Restaurant in D.C, the Homeless Eat For Free
Pakistani-born Kazi Mannan worked his way up to owning a halal restaurant that caters to the poor.

The Cult of Crystal Hot Sauce: How New Orleans’s famous cayenne condiment conquered America
If you venture into almost any New Orleans restaurant, whether it’s white-tablecloth or a po’ boy takeout, you’ll see that signature white-and-blue label with a green cap. Crystal’s parent company, Baumer Foods, processes more than 12 million gallons of cayenne pepper mash annually just outside New Orleans, resulting in 3 million gallons of Crystal hot sauce, shipped to more than 75 countries each year.


The Tastee Diner is the Flavor of Silver Spring
I had a guest appearance on WETA’s “If You Lived Here”

Thrillist Explorer Podcast

Where to Go and What to Eat in Washington, DC
I was invited to talk about Washington, DC food and destinations on Thrillist’s Explorers Podcast.

American Journalism Review

Is Facebook the Solution to the Obnoxious Comment Plague
19 December 2011
American Journalism Review

Developing Maps for Journalists
10 November 2011
American Journalism Review

Going Long in the Digital Age
10 October 2011
American Journalism Review

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