Camel rider sandwiches are the po-boys of Jacksonville, Florida, a totem of identity, beloved by many. But wait, isn't that term a pejoraitive? Here's my NYT United tastes column with an answer.
The Admiral in Asheville, NC, is the subject of my latest Garden & Gun column.
It's a dive with a hipster vibe and adventuresome, tasty eats. Enjoy.
My latest NYT "United Tastes" column is out.
Tostilocos are bags of Tostitos, topped with lots of different stuf.
They're popular in Tijuana, Mexico, are spereading to US cities with big Mexican American populations, and showcase the cultural porosity of the borderlands.
Two-fer Publishing Event
The nice folks at Workman, and their sister publisher Algonquin, just published the third edition of Southern Belly -- with a snazzy new cover -- and the first printing of the Truck Food Cookbook.
Both are out now.
Square Books has (signed) copies.
So do bookstores across the land.