Foodism – a U.K.-based publication – chose some of their favorite food-related podcasts, and they really liked The Feed. I especially liked how they referred to me and Chef Rick Bayless.
I was elated to help Texas-based writer Sarah Jacobs out with this piece for Business Insider. She was in town during the James Beard Awards, and had never had a proper Chicago dog. We chatted after her experience at Portillo’s. Read her story here: http://www.businessinsider.com/portillos-hot-dog-chicago-favorite-review-2018-5
It was nice to be asked about my beloved city for this piece in Qatar Airways Magazine. Click here to read it.
I was extremely honored to be listed among four other distinguished gentlemen in this issue of CS Modern Luxury Men’s Book. We all apparently love what we do for a living.
Honored to be listed as #7 in this biennial roundup of Chicago’s most influential food folks (who are not chefs).
In their annual Travel issue, the Tribune asked me where I love to eat/stay/shop in Montreal, one of my favorite North American cities. Click here to read the story.
I was featured in this Sunday Chicago Tribune profile by the great Rick Kogan for his “Sidewalks” column.
Michigan Avenue Magazine featured our James Beard Award-winning program, The Feed Podcast, in the November, 2015 issue. Click here to read it.
Food & Beverage Magazine had a feature on me in their July, 2015 issue. Click on the pages to read more.
Chicago was the third city Tom Sietsema tackled in his Washington Post series on America’s great food cities this year. Not only did he completely capture the zeitgeist of what’s going on right now, he also had one of the Post’s videographers shoot and edit this great video (of which I’m honored to be a … Continued
My colleague, Rashmi Uday Singh, came to Chicago to check out a few restaurants, so the least I could do was show her a few interesting places to eat, including Parachute, which was nominated for a James Beard Award for Best New Restaurant in the country. I think she liked her visit here. Click on … Continued