A pre New Year round up of my favorites bites is a fun excuse to look back on each year of dining. It is also incentive to get down and hold the plank position until the ball drops. Here are my 2014 eating highlights:
During my first overseas trip of the year, I ate my way through Beijing, Xi’an, and Shanghai!
Soon after, I started giving Chinatown Food Tours! (if you still owe someone a belated Holiday gift, its not a bad idea!)
I wrote a few fun articles for Zagat, including one on shopping at “ethnic” markets.
On an outing to Graffiti Pier in Port Richmond, I put together a Polish picnic that you can replicate.
For my birthday, we celebrated with beer and a Puerto Rican Pork feast.
I coordinated a food truck festival for 15,000 people in Mt. Airy.
On a solo vacation in Mexico City, I ate a ton of street meat.
I was really proud of my Federal Donuts costume this Halloween.
Way more, after the jump…
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Posted at 12:19 pm, December 29th, 2014 under African, Center City, Chinatown, Chinese, Fairmount, food truck, Greek, Indian, Korean, Mexican, North East, North Philly, Polish, pork, Port Richmond, Puerto Rican, Russian, sit-down, snacks, soup, tacos, West Philly.