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My published writing

I’ve written for The Guardian, Grub Street/New York magazine, the Travel Channel’s worldhum.com, Time Out and NPR Berlin. My stories have also been included in the Best Women´s Travel Writing 2011 and 2012 anthologies.

I’m always on the lookout for new food and travel assignments. Please contact me at layne@taxigourmet.com.

Here are some of my recent articles:

Where to eat in Rome – by the city’s cabbies (The Guardian)

‘Adana Grill Haus’: Beyond Doener Kebab in Berlin (NPR Berlin)

Where Taxi Drivers Break Bread in Berlin (NPR Berlin)

Dining and Design Converge at Taste Festival Berlin (NPR Berlin)

What to Eat at Little Oven’s New Brick-and-Mortar Digs in Long Island City (Grub Street/New York Magazine)

Ganesh Temple Canteen (Restaurant Review – Grub Street/New York Magazine)

Papaye (Restaurant Review – Grub Street/New York Magazine)

The Door (Restaurant Review – Grub Street/New York Magazine)

Lima Limon (Restaurant Review – Grub Street/New York Magazine)

How to Taxi Like a New Yorker in New York City (The Travel Channel’s Worldhum.com)

Five Ways to Taste the Silk Road (Not for Tourists)

Meet German Martitegui (Time Out Shortlist Guide)

History Over the Counter (Time Out BsAs)

Home Cooking (Time Out Shortlist Guide)

The Taxista Tango in Buenos Aires (PCM Cover Story)

The Taxi Drivers’ Dining Guide (Time Out BsAs)

Bakers Unite!(Time Out BsAs)

The Sweeter Things in Life (Time Out BsAs)

The Quest for the Golden Empanada (South American Explorer)

Food in the Slow Lane (Time Out BsAs)

Show Me the Dough (Time Out BsAs)

Back to the Future: New Andean Cuisine (South American Explorer)

Building a Bacchanalian Democracy (BA Insider)

France Endures in a Porteño Kitchen (Buenos Aires Herald)

Slow Food y la movida gourmet en Buenos Aires (Resto & Catering)

Gelato Heaven in Southern Italy (Gonomad.com)

Beyond the Parrilla: BA for Vegetarians (Buenos Aires Herald)

A Different Kind of Drive-Thru: The Taco Truck (The Snail)

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