From time to time, we've been interviewed by different publications -- sometimes it's about restaurants (as in this recent item in Afar), sometimes it's about our cooking (as in this interview with PBS Food), and sometimes it's about actual recipes (as in this Fakesgiving interview with NPR's "All Things Considered").
But it's always about food.
So we were happy to talk about something a little different with The Writer, a magazine about writers and writing. (Spoiler alert: We talked about writing!)
If you're interested in the writing side of our blog -- how we put together a post, what we've learned over the years, how our writing style has changed -- check out the piece.
And while we're at it, we thought you might be interested in seeing a couple recent travel stories that Zach has freelanced for Endless Vacation magazine. Over the past couple years, he's written a few pieces about travel destinations near Washington, D.C. Clay tagged along on the trips, which turned out to be great little mini-getaways. We got to check out the foodie side of Colonial Williamsburg, go on a hunt for fine antiques along the Shenandoah Valley, and explore Virginia Beach in the off-season.