Paying Homage at the Altar of Michelin

I tasted some of the best food in the world. I’m not exaggerating.

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Diary: The Day After…

Congratulations America, you survived two years’ worth of yet another round of presidential elections. Yesterday, we headed out to the polls, filled in a bunch of circles, and elected the next Most Powerful Man In The World. The results came in, speeches were made, whoops were heard, tears were shed. There will be protests, some…

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Diary: Finding Some Peace + Quiet

My apartment window, in New York City, faces one of the busiest avenues in the neighborhood. Ambulances and honking drivers are a daily occurrence, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg; if I had a nickel for every time I was shocked out of my beauty sleep at four in the morning by a…

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Diary: Welcome to the subway, ignore the smell

My commute to and from work is usually the same every day: wake up at around 8 in the morning, take a shower, eat some toast, then walk the block-and-a-half it takes to get to the Myrtle Av./Broadway J,M,Z station (trust me, the subway system is less complicated than it sounds at first glance). I…

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Diary: 2016 In The Big Apple

One more year, one more tally mark on the chalkboard. No, I’m not going to the Times Square Ball Drop, just like every other sane-minded New Yorker. If I wanted to stand around in the cold for six hours with people who don’t understand the concept of hygiene, I would be back at Disney World….

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I ♥ NY

Tonight is my last night in California. Tomorrow, early before dawn, I’ll be squished in the middle seat on a Delta economy flight, on my way to New York City to start the next chapter in my journey. So long, palm trees! So long, IN-N-OUT Burger! So long, referring to freeways by putting “the” in front…

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