Main Course: Nonfiction and Essays

Loretta Lynn’s Classic Country Recipes Helped Me Find My Southern Home at Southern Living

How To Create a Perfect Cat Eye on Mature Skin at Well & Good 

Nathan’s Famous in the Time of Covid at Pit Magazine Print Issue #8

At Randazzo’s Clam Bar, Calamari, Rosie from Napoli’s Sauce and Family are Celebrated at Edible Brooklyn

Since 1904, Ferdinando’s Foccaceria Has Kept Sicilian Food Alive in Brooklyn at Edible Brooklyn

Can’t Be Tamed: A Wild Food Addiction at Edible Queens

The Oldest Hummus Recipe in the World at Chowhound

Eat Like a Getty at Chowhound

New Orleans’ Food Scene is Rich with Surprising History at Chowhound

Everything You Wanted to Know about Dining Naked at Chowhound

Dragon Eggs Are the New Easter Eggs at Chowhound

Can the South’s Meat and Threes Bring Our Country Together? at Chowhound

11 Moonshine Cocktails That Are Worth the Trip to Atlanta at Chowhound Cities Guide

Cushcush, Skillygalee, and Other Southern Breakfasts You’ve Probably Never Eaten at Chowhound Cities Guide

5 Paris Tea Houses for Drinking Tea and Being Chic at Frenchly

Foodspotting: Salt & Bone for Edible Queens

Stroll Around the World on this One-Block East Village Staycation at Edible Manhattan

Create Your Own Custom Perfume in Paris at Frenchly

Le Cirque Closed This Month – But Will It Be Back? at Edible Manhattan

Keep the Holidays Going with these Traditional Orthodox Christmas Dishes at Edible Brooklyn

33 Amazing French Holiday Treats that are Literally Works of Art at Frenchly

12 Days of Delicious, Delightful, Decadent Holiday Eating in Paris at Frenchly 

A Behind the Scenes Look at Eric Kayser’s Buche de Noel at Edible Manhattan

Hunting for Treasures: Under the Radar Shops in Paris at Frenchly

Colette is Closing – You Need to Go Before It Does at Frenchly

Where to Eat in Paris’ Little Tokyo at Frenchly

Fashion Designer Cho Cheng’s Essential New York Restaurants at Edible Manhattan

10 Sweet and Savory Ways to Celebrate the Mighty Peanut in NYC at Edible Manhattan

Paris Adventures: Do a Super-Sweet Pastry Crawl at Frenchly

12 Fantastic Pastry Artists to Follow on Instagram at Paste Magazine

5 Weird (and Serious) Meat Art Pieces at Paste Magazine

Make the Most of Summer with This Local Picnic Shopping List at Edible Manhattan

6 Must-Try Russian Bakeries in New York City at Paste Magazine

7 Wagashi Instagrams You Need to Follow at Paste Magazine

I Went to the Unbelievable New Cheetos Museum at Paste Magazine

5 Easy Meals You Can Make From Your At-Home Bar at Paste Magazine

10 Foodie Fathers Day Gifts From $2 to $12,000 at Paste Magazine

10 Under-the-Radar Food Instagrammers to Follow Now at Paste Magazine

22 Deceptively Named Foods at Paste Magazine

Life Lessons from 10 Female TV Chefs at Paste Magazine

How to Make Beer-Steamed Mussels on the Beach at Paste Magazine

Life-Changing Cookbooks: Lenotre’s Desserts and Pastries at Paste Magazine

Five Beer-Based Desserts You’ll Want to Make ASAP at Paste Magazine

A Valentines Day Aphrodisiac Dinner, Solo at Paste Magazine

15 Drool-Worthy Chocolatiers to Follow on Instagram at Paste Magazine

A Sure Thing in a World Where Nothing is Sure: Carbonnade Flamande at Paste Magazine

Real Facts and Beer Make Welsh Rabbit Great Again at Paste Magazine

5 Poems Cooking Up Meaning In Breakfast at Paste Magazine

10 Ways to Have Your Christmas Tree and Eat It Too at Paste Magazine

Reindeer Food is the Magical Glitter Snack to Make Christmas Eve at Paste Magazine

Kompot is the Warming Holiday Drink to Make this Winter at Paste Magazine

A Recipe for the Mysterious Maine Mustard Pickle at Paste Magazine

15 Paintings of Coffee Lovers for National Coffee Day at Paste Magazine

 How 13 Fashion Designers Do Breakfast at Extra Crispy

Not Enough Chinese New Years? Eat More Here! at Best American Poetry

It’s All About the Scotch at Best American Poetry

The Bright Side of the Moon at Lucky Peach

Ready to Serve: A Short History of Being of Service at Best American Poetry

Friends, Poets, Gastrolaters! An Evening of Friendship-in-Poetry at Best American Poetry

I was reading Isaac Bashevis Singer the Other Day when Haruki Murakami Walked into the Room at Best American Poetry

Shad Caught Bare-Handed at Christian Science Monitor (as Ren Bejtman)