Fearless forager Peter J. Kim ventures out on his first New York City taxi adventure and ends up eating curry with his fingers at a 24-hour deli where they don't know Lindsay Lohan.
Food lover and fearless forager Sara Berg-Johnson recently ventured out on her second Montreal taxi adventure. Here's the story of her journey with Charles - a former barbershop owner who's driving a cab to put his kids through private school - along with a run-down of her first taste of Haitian food on Rue
Sara Berg-Johnson is lucky to be living (and eating) in what that Chowhound founder Jim Leff considers to be the best food city in the world: Montreal. Hungry and raring to dig deeper into the culinary scene in La Belle Ville, she ventured out on her very first taxi adventure last week.
Besides being accomplished cooks and photographers, Ryan Bird and Christine Fannon are two travelers who aren't afraid to venture off the radar. The couple met in Taiwan, traveled to South America in 2006 and have been on the road ever since. These days, they're in Jordan, where they tried a taxi adventure in Amman.
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Hagan Blount is a hungry man on a New York mission: “For thirty-one days straight, I will eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner at NYC’s best restaurants with more than 60 of the city’s most influential food writers, blogging our every bite.” On Monday, I joined him for two of his 93 meals: at Outpost
On her first day in Buenos Aires, exchange student Kira Lerner sat in a meeting room in the city center, raring to explore every corner of the Argentine capital. After a quick welcome activity, her program directors handed her a map of the city covered with big red x’s. These x’s, or “no-zones”, were
Thanks to food guerrillas like Justin Fornal (alias Baron Ambrosia), people are starting to pay attention to the hunger-inducing array of culinary treasures in the Bronx. According to the Baron, who showcases his passion for the food of his beloved borough on a fantastic show called Bronx Flavor, the Bronx is New York’s most
Congratulations to Ms. Emily Flake of New York, New York, the winner of the First Annual Taxi Gourmet Story Contest. Here’s her brief but entertaining tale of a Big Apple-based taxi adventure: I was taking a black cab from Park Slope to Greenpoint (both neighborhoods in Brooklyn but a pain in the a** to