Food and Travel Writing from ELYSE PASQUALE
Got Squirrel? Judging the World’s Weirdest Cook-off – Here in the heart of the Ozarks, they call it “tree bacon” and “limb chicken;” but on this crisp, September morning, it’s perfectly clear that squirrel is what’s on the menu.
Condé Nast Traveler
The Worst Hotel Experience Tori Amos Ever Had – Talking travel with acclaimed musician and noted road warrior, Tori Amos.
How to Eat a Chicken 33 Ways: Yakitori at Tokyo’s Toritama – Extreme yakitori in Tokyo, Japan.
Airline Catering International, March 2013
No Fry Zone – As the public embraces a wider range of healthy eating choices, competition is increasing for airlines to create more nutritional and ethical onboard options.
Fast Lane – You’re on your flight, watching a movie – when better to treat yourself to some truly fast food, but can the inflight offering really compare to terrestrial treats?
Holidays for Couples, April 2013
New York Like a Local – Planning a trip to fabulous New York City? Local foodie Elyse Pasquale gives the lowdown on the ultimate couples experience the Big Apple has to offer.
New York’s New “It” Dish – Tongue
A Sweet Getaway to the Hudson Valley
World Cup NYC: Brazilian-Inspired Hot Spots to Eat, Drink and Watch
Where to Play Bocce, Shuffleboard and More Games in New York City
Move Over Ramen, It’s Soba’s Time to Shine
Culinary Insiders: Astoria Favorites with Chef Michael Psilakis
Take a Food Tour and Taste the World without Leaving NYC
The Huffington Post
7 Places to Travel for Food in 2013
Terror Tourism: A Day in Chernobyl, 26 Years Later
What’s on the Menu at the World’s Best Restaurant? Noma in 26 plates
Meet Richard Ousby, the World’s Next Culinary Superstar
Making Liquid Gold in Tuscany
Contributor, The Flying Pinto Blog
Contributor, Skinny Scoop