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Giveaway & Celebration: Driving Hungry is Here

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At last! After five years and three hemispheres and too many drafts to count, Driving Hungry hits the shelves today. I couldn’t have possibly imagined everything that was going to happen, everything that had to happen, between getting that first email from the woman who was to become my literary agent ...

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From the Archives: The Way to Albamonte

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It's Independence Day in Argentina, and I thought I'd celebrate from afar by re-posting the story of one of my all-time favorite Buenos Aires taxi adventures. I've been back to Albamonte many times since taxista Antonio dropped us off here, and I've never been disappointed.

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Berlin Dispatch: Rumen’s Top 5 Under 5 Euros

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If you've been reading this blog for a bit, you know that Rumen, my man, and my favorite cab driver on earth, knows as much about Nietzsche as he does about sausage. When I met him five years ago, I had no idea how modest he was being when he described himself as "a little gourmet"...

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Berlin Dispatch: Notes on Abundance

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Abundance isn’t Marjan Grill’s only virtue – and I’m not just saying that because of the thoughts this Croatian restaurant provoked, nor because Dirk recommended it and I want it to be good...

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