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A New York Weekend, Day Three

To wrap up our weekend in New York, we ventured onto the island of Manhattan. On the way, we learned the lesson that precision is required when entering an address into a GPS unit. Always make sure you include the … Continue reading

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A New York Weekend, Day Two

After all the excitement from the amazing food and conversations about food on Friday night, I could not imagine that Saturday would be able to rise to a similar level. Man, was I wrong. We started the day with a … Continue reading

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A New York Weekend, Day One

A couple weeks ago, I made a road trip to New York City to help with the Charcuterie Masters competition. Considering my fellow road trippers (fellow members of The Salt Cured Pig, John Patterson and Jason Osburn) and I were … Continue reading

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Antwerp

A few months back, I had an opportunity to travel to Europe for a work-related conference and did what I could to take full advantage. My conference, Interaction 14 (of the Interaction Design Association) was in Amsterdam. Since I don’t … Continue reading

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Scott’s Bar-B-Que

In the middle of July, my wife, daughters and I took a week-long vacation in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This is the second time that we have made the trip, with the idea that it may be an annual event. … Continue reading

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Washington, DC

I recently visited the Washington, DC, area for a short work trip. I was working as a staff member of the organization that was running a conference, so I did not have too many chances to eat outside the hotel … Continue reading

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New Orleans

Last summer, I spent four days in New Orleans. That meant that I had to make some tough choices. ¬†Knowing that there was a limit on how many times I could eat and that there are over 900 restaurants (not … Continue reading

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