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A taxi driver's quest for the best restaurants in New York, Buenos Aires, Berlin and beyond - driven by the food wisdom of cabbies.

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  • Today is The Day: A giveaway, a celebration, and gratitude. #drivinghungry

    Giveaway & Celebration: Driving Hungry is Here

    taxigourmet.com 14 Jul '15, 10am

    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 ...

  • For your eating/reading pleasure, I made some #food maps of NYC, Buenos Aires & Berlin: #DrivingHun…

    Culinary Mapping: New York, Buenos Aires, Berlin

    taxigourmet.com 27 Jul '15, 7pm

    You’ll find food maps of Buenos Aires and Berlin below (Click on the images or on the city names to view the maps in full). I hope you have a chance to try some of these places — and if you do, please tell us about your meal!

  • Chasing the Golden Pretzel: the search for a great #Berlin bakery continues #drivinghungry

    Berlin Dispatch: Chasing the Golden Pretzel

    taxigourmet.com 21 Jul '15, 11am

    I didn’t notice any Golden Pretzels in the window as we walked into Feinbäckerei Gabriel , the first bakery Jürgen recommended, on Florastrasse, about half a mile west of the Pankow stop on the S-Bahn. But a bakery doesn’t have to have a Golden Pretzel to be outstanding, does it? Afte...

  • El-Reda felt more like a world than a restaurant to me. #Berlin #food #drivinghungry

    Berlin Dispatch: Christoph’s Not-so-Secret Tip |

    taxigourmet.com 24 Jun '15, 12pm

    1974 was an extraordinary year in Berlin, even by Berlin standards: it was the year the punk movement started to flower in West Berlin, the year the East German team upset the West Germans in the World Cup (though the West Germans went on to win the whole thing), the year the first So...

  • "A poem is never finished" Read this #journey from #blog to #book via @TaxiGourmet

    From Blog to Book, Part 5: Revising the Manuscript | Taxi Gourmet

    taxigourmet.com 06 Feb '15, 12am

    From Blog to Book, Part 5: Revising the Manuscript February 5, 2015 This is the fourth in a series of posts about how Taxi Gourmet the blog led to Driving Hungry the book. In Part 1, I wrote about how I found my agent . In Part 2, I described what went into writing my book proposal . ...

  • In the beginning, there was Parrilla Peña #BuenosAires #steak #drivinghungry

    Buenos Aires Dispatch: In the beginning, there was Parrilla Peña |

    taxigourmet.com 20 May '15, 8am

    On this day in 2007, I attempted my very first taxi adventure in Buenos Aires. At the time, I never imagined it would become the first of many taxi adventures, that it would eventually lead me to New York, to Berlin, to my own taxi license, to so many people and places I couldn’t have...

  • Taxi Gourmet - Ethnologin lässt sich weltweit von Taxifahrern zu deren Lieblingsrestaurant fahren.


    taxigourmet.com 24 Apr '16, 3pm

    When I read a Lonely Planet piece about Berlin cab drivers who allegedly know as much about Nietzsche as they do about sausage, I took the Taxi Gourmet® blog to Berlin, where there’s more good food than you might imagine. Here, I met a cab driver named Rumen , who danced on the Wall t...

  • From Blog to Book, Part 3: The Anatomy of a Book Deal #amwriting #writingtips #writing

    From Blog to Book, Part 3: The Anatomy of a Book Deal | Taxi Gourmet

    taxigourmet.com 21 Dec '14, 1pm

    The editor brought up the inevitable comparison of my book with Eat, Pray, Love. I know Driving Hungry is different, but I couldn’t really articulate how. The difference, I think, is that after many people read EPL, particularly women, they felt a need to go on a three country journey...


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