A Tale of Two Chowhounds (sort of the foundational story of Chowhound)
Eating by the Numbers (my capricious system for rating things on a scale from one to ten which weirdly turns out to have some depth to it).
Take the Three Food Personality Test!
A Chowhound editorial (which doesn't sound so radical anymore, but represented a fresh viewpoint back when Chowhound first started)
How to Chowhound (from the introduction to "The Eclectic Gourmet's Guide to NYC" published in 1997)
About Chowhounds (from the introduction to "The Chowhound's Guide" series, published by Penguin in 2005)
Really Expensive "Drinks and a Bite" Followed by Thai Food at Blimpies The surreal tale of discovering a Thai restaurant stealthily lurking within a Blimpie's sandwich shop.
A very trippy dinner ten years ago at the mysterious Dreamaway Lodge. Note that the Lodge is now under new ownership, and completely different
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Artificial Flavors (note: I don't see many people out there predicting where food culture's headed in the next few decades. Let's see if my predictions pan out!)
My Cookies, My Life My multi-decade obsession with an unexceptional supermarket brand of Italian cookies.
Pat Hammond's fascination with Portuguese perceves
The most ambitious writing project I've ever attempted: a ten week Chow Tour (8000 miles driven, 600 eateries sampled). Here are some of the most entertaining reports:
The Greatest (Chowhounding) Story Ever Told (in rural Kentucky)
36 Sublime Hours in Newfoundland
Madly in Love with Maxine's
The Enchanted Misty Mountain of Tea and Excrement
Chow Tour Redux (or, Lots and Lots of Millet) (thinking back on What It All Meant)
Vacation Tamales (incredible tamale place in Puerto Vallarta)
An account I wrote for the Toronto Star, of a particularly amazing day.
A photo essay of a trip I took to Tucson with Chowhound co-founder Bob Okumura. It's quite old at this point, but people still request it...
I'll add more...meanwhile, feel free to mail suggestions.