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Popeyes’ Fried Chicken and the Virtue of Being #2

Popeyes’ Fried Chicken and the Virtue of Being #2

by James Boo June 29, 2010

Several years ago, I realized that The Impressions‘ “I’ve Been Trying” is my second favorite song of all time. My rationale behind naming this sweet piece of soul my definitive #2 lies in the fact that naming a definitive #1 is a hopeless and hollow […]

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The Week of Eating In: Day One – The Greenmarket

The Week of Eating In: Day One – The Greenmarket

by James Boo February 22, 2010

When I accepted Cathy’s offer to be on the blogging team for the Week of Eating In, I envisioned myself incorporating bold new moves into my cooking repertoire. Then, I realized that this is deadline week for Ice Cream Man‘s Off the Wookie, an annual […]

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The National Week of Eating In Begins on Monday!

The National Week of Eating In Begins on Monday!

by James Boo February 20, 2010

When I started reading food blogs in early 2007, two web sites jumped out at me right away as great resources with great voices. The first was Monster Munching OC, a deep reservoir of informed, informative and fun reviews of an expanse of land with […]

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Shooting for the Superstars

Shooting for the Superstars

by James Boo January 5, 2010

When I tell people I’m going home for the holidays, I mean to say two things: 1. I’ve booked a flight to Los Angeles. 2. Once I’m in Los Angeles, I’ll get the Hell out and make tracks for the East Bay. 3. My appetite […]

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2009: The Meals That Were

2009: The Meals That Were

by James Boo January 1, 2010

The world has made it through the last gasp of 2009, and those of us here at The Eaten Path who haven’t been completely swept up in the holidays have taken some time to reflect on the year in bites. Our favorite meals? Vicky The […]

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Going, Going… Kare!

Going, Going… Kare!

by James Boo December 22, 2009

Tomorrow I set foot in California for the first time in over a year. As much as I like to think I’ll be able to spend my two weeks on the west coast exploring brave new worlds of flavor, my rotation of meals will probably […]

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In Too Deep

In Too Deep

by Nate Tabak December 21, 2009

Since this story was written, Peshku has closed its doors. Nate has since found a new love in Pristina’s Fish Grill. Nate Tabak is a journalist and a man of flavor living in Pristina, Kosovo. Like the dim red light baiting the baby-faced sailor about […]

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Breakfast Is Not a Stage

Breakfast Is Not a Stage

by James Boo December 15, 2009

I live for BBQ. I wake up for breakfast. Those who know me best will understand when I say that American breakfast is the backbone of my appetite. If done right, it’s cheap, satisfying and timeless. Two eggs over easy have nowhere to hide and […]

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Taipei to a Tea

Taipei to a Tea

by Vicky Lai December 4, 2009

The basic purpose of food is to provide sustenance; the body needs it to function. Today, food serves many other purposes: social activity, hobby, art. Innovation with regards to food has been stupendous, as the variety of techniques used to render raw materials into a […]

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