Martha J. Miller

Martha J. Miller

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"Firsts + Lasts: Todd Bolton" for EthnoTraveler Magazine

Firsts + Lasts: Todd Bolton

"Eat Like a Local - Edinburgh" for EthnoTraveler

Martha Miller's tips to eating like a Scot include snappy sausages, haggis balls, and, yes, a dram or two of whiskey.

"Firsts + Lasts: Angus Ferguson" for EthnoTraveler Magazine

An interview with Angus Ferguson of the Demijohn Shop, a "liquid deli" in central Edinburgh.

"A Tale of Two Cities (In One)" via Roads and Kingdoms

A TALE OF TWO CITIES (IN ONE) Matt Goulding calls Barcelona home, but is not sure which Spain he lives in: the sun-bathed land of tapas and siestas, or the country in full economic collapse.

"South Carolina barbeque and the human condition" via Eatocracy

"South Carolina barbeque and the human condition" via Eatocracy

"What's Wrong with the Michelin Guide" - A.A. Gill for Vanity Fair

Directed by Erika Frankel. With Nicholas Elmi, Georges Perrier. Documentary about Philadelphia restaurateur Georges Perrier and the closing of his iconic restaurant, Le Bec-Fin.

"Traveling Taqueria" for Richmond Magazine

Richmond Magazine: restaurants, news, events, top docs, and

"Firsts + Lasts: Elaine Murphy" for EthnoTraveler Magazine

The woman behind the Winding Stair restaurant in Dublin, talks charcuterie, the connection between books and food, and why Ireland is falling back in love with fish.

"Eat Like a Local: London" for EthnoTraveler Magazine

Quiet lunches, teeming markets, and rowdy pubs. Food columnist Martha Miller on five easy ways to amplify your London dining experience.

"Firsts + Lasts: Timothy d'Offay" for EthnoTraveler Magazine

Timothy d'Offay of Postcard Teas, London

"Learning How to Eat Like Julia Child" Tamar Adler for The New Yorker

“L’appetit vient en mangeant.” There are a few ways to translate that French adage about appetite. There is the straight sort, “Appetite comes …