There are moments in every writer’s life that are significant: the first day you see your name in print, the moment you find out that other writers like your work, and, for travel writers, the first time you get a story in an in-flight magazine.
Today, I’m extremely proud to share with you my first story for American Way Magazine, the in-flight publication of American Airlines. Thanks to a truly wonderful and enthusiastic editor, I was able to combine a bunch of my passions and write a story about celebrity chefs serving food at NFL stadiums this fall. In the process, I spoke to big names like Michael Mina and Michael Symon while learning about some really exciting things happening for football fans all over the country.
Check out my story at this link and share this post with your friends so they, too, can learn about the joys of the “Fat Doug,” Chef Symon’s signature sandwich that lives up to its name by topping a burger with a mound of pastrami, coleslaw, mustard and Swiss cheese for a sandwich hybrid that’s half-diner/half-deli. Mmmmmmm. (You can also click on the headline below to read the story)
Forget concession stands. These culinary trailblazers are upping their gourmet games at stadiums across America.
Photo via American Way Magazine/Underbelly