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Food Writing and Food Podcasting

If you don’t listen to the podcast, it does not exclude you from the Guys and Food family. If reading is more your thing, I am starting to add regular blog posts into the mix because when I am not talking about food, chances are that I am writing about it.

That writing extends beyond this platform.  I’ve been lucky to be able to write for a couple of magazines, most recently in Edible Western New York.  In the latest edition, I write about fading food traditions and family.  A few months ago, I started writing for Buffalo Spree.  Here is the first article that I wrote for Spree, its about sauce.

Both are very good magazines aside from the fact that they publish my work.  If you see them at your local newsstand, pick up a copy.  If you live outside of Western New York, click on the links in this article and read the digital versions.

The Guys and Food Podcast

You may not have the time or know how to listen to the Guys and Food Podcast.  Certainly, it’s my hope that this will change.  If you already listen to the podcast–Thank You!  It’s a labor of love and I appreciate that you listen.  However, if you’re not familiar with what a podcast is and you want to know more, please contact me directly and I will personally walk you through it.  Call me and, if I don’t answer, I will call you back– 716-427-GUYS (4897).

If you’re podcast savvy, you can easily subscribe to the Guys and Food podcast in Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, GooglePlay, and Tunein Radio.  On social media you can find us on Facebook and Twitter!

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