Follow Danny Chau as he travels to some of America’s best food cities like New Orleans and Portland and discusses what food can tell us about their people and cultures.
Jan 29, 2018, 5:40am EST
September 18, 2019
Chau Down: A Montreal Food Diary
Our food correspondent navigates around billion-dollar road repairs to sample wood-fired bagels, Vietnamese and Senegalese delicacies en Français, and more from a food city worlds apart from nearby Toronto
February 18, 2019
Chau Down: A Toronto Food Diary
How does a city with a negative wind chill come to feel like home to a native Angeleno? Our food correspondent returned to Toronto seeking clarity and curry goat roti on the hood of a Volkswagen hatchback.
September 6, 2018
Chau Down: A Chicago Food Diary
Our food correspondent traveled to the Windy City and returned with a deep admiration for the city’s cultural multitudes and evangelical fanaticism for its most underrated cultural institution: the jibarito.
July 18, 2018
Chau Down: An Endless Pursuit of Perfect Flavor
Our resident food correspondent considers the phenomenon of involuntary memory, and the ways it helps us form connections to the world around us
April 22, 2018
Chau Down: A Portland Food Diary
Our resident food correspondent takes a trip to Rip City for the first time to explore the rich diversity of restaurants embedded within the whitest major city in America
January 29, 2018
Chau Down: A New Orleans Food Diary
Seven days in the Crescent City, where the Ringer’s resident foodie ate some of the best fried chicken in America, quested for a perfect gumbo, and found home away from home