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Protected: The Top Six Cheap M-eats in Chicago

Posted by Hagan on March 28, 2013
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I recently went to a lunch profiling gastrotourism in Australia. It was hosted by Tourism Australia, and I talked mostly to the person representing the Northern Territories. Her name was Kylie (quite Australian), and I could tell she was really proud of the food culture. The event was held at the Sunburnt Calf, but I don’t think any of this stuff is available there on a regular day. I think it might be available at

S Prime Steakhouse

Posted by Hagan on August 22, 2012
Category: Food, Sponsored
I haven’t had a good steak in a while, so when S Prime contacted me to sample some of the stuff here, I jumped at the chance to participate. As a new restaurant in NYC, it’s difficult to get press around restaurant launches when you’re not one of the twenty chefs that Eater and Grubstreet cover on a weekly basis. I’m actually fleshing out a concept to help restaurants get more press with bloggers and

What To Expect From A Turkey Food Tour

Posted by Hagan on May 22, 2012
Category: Sponsored
Being at the crossroads between the East and the West, Turkey boasts rich heritage and a unique cultural mix. These factors are perfectly reflected in the country’s cuisine, which is renowned worldwide for its expert use of exotic spices, fresh produce, and incredible variety. Sampling Turkish food alone is a great reason to visit the country, so continue reading to find out what you can expect from a food tour around this fascinating country. Turkish

Lima, Peru – Part Two

Posted by Hagan on October 22, 2011
Category: Peru, Travel
This update spans two separate stints in Lima – one pre-Machu with the family and one post-Machu with food poisoning. I even have the picture of the place that gave me the food poisoning. It was fried chicken livers and a salad, but it couldn’t have been the chicken livers. You know they always tell you to make sure your food is cooked down here… that is a rule I have not abided by thus