Posts Tagged ‘Hungry In’

  1. Josh Ozersky Boldly Determines Manhattan's Best Slices

    November 26, 2012 by Sid E. Serch

    New York may be the pizza capital of the world and those guys

    take their slices seriously. Josh Ozersky risks a flogging by dissenting New Yorkers as he boldly declares Manhattan’s best pizza pies after some unforgettable taste testing. Watch and salivate at our latest episode of Hungry In…. Want more of Josh’s recommendations? Check out his tips right here.


  2. Mamma Mia: Tablehopper Tours the Best Italian Restos in North Beach

    November 9, 2012 by Sid E. Serch

    If you don’t have an

    appetite after watching Tablehopper aka Marcia Gagliardi eat her way through North Beach’s most irresistible Italian dishes you should probably have a friend check your pulse. For more Hungry In, click here. 


  3. Meet our Hungry In Hosts

    October 30, 2012 by Sid E. Serch

    Our wunder-scout down in Austin, Tolly Moseley, did a wonderful series of interviews with our Hungry In talent. Below is an excerpt but read the whole thing down this way.

    Josh Ozersky of Ozersky.TVTIME MagazineEsquire, Host: “Hungry In…New York”

    How did you become a professional foodie?
    I was always obsessive and grandiloquent on the subject of food, and had even done some food writing in my 20s. But It wasn’t until 2003, when I wrote Meat Me in Manhattan for a small press, that I arrived on the scene — albeit under the pseudonymn “Mr. Cutlets.” The book led to my becoming a restaurant critic, and then the founding editor of Grub Street, and then national restaurant editor for Citysearch, and then writing for TIME, and OTV, and so on. It’s been a decade of toil and gluttony and I wouldn’t

    have missed a day of it.

    When you’re not eating/drinking/writing/talking about food, you are:
    Hungry.


  4. PORK TOUR: Josh Ozersky's Swine-Centric Journey Through Chinatown

    October 19, 2012 by Sid E. Serch

    The latest episode of Hungry-In New York has arrived and there

    is no shortage of swine. Follow Citysearch scout and meat enthusiast Josh Ozersky on a pork tour of Chinatown and watch him try pork delicacies you didn’t even know existed.


  5. Holy Mole! San Francisco's tablehopper Eats Her Way Through the Mission!

    October 12, 2012 by Sid E. Serch

    Hungry? You will be after watching Citysearch scout Marcia Gagliardi, aka San Francisco’s tablehopper, hunt down the Mission District’s most

    mouthwatering and authentic Latin eats.


  6. Hungry-In Austin Has Landed

    October 8, 2012 by Sid E. Serch

    Hungry-In has landed in Austin! Take a drool worthy tour of South

    Lamar (which includes smoked pork ice cream!) with our super scout Tolly Moseley of Austin Eavesdropper.  We have a feeling you’ll love her as much as we do! A word of warning though, this video WILL make you want to get on the first flight to Austin and stuff your face.


  7. It's HERE: The First Episode of our Web Series, Hungry In has Arrived!

    September 24, 2012 by Sid E. Serch

    http://youtu.be/JX0FNxd5GBY


  8. Meet the Hungriest Folks Around: 5 Second Interviews with the Hungry-In Hosts

    September 20, 2012 by Sid E. Serch

    Have you heard the big news? Some of our beloved Citysearch scouts are starring in their own Youtube shows. They’re exploring their cities mouth first to find the best in just about everything food related. But who are these guys and why should you trust them to tell you where to eat? Well, they’re major movers and shakers with the most discerning taste buds in town. Below, you’ll find a little appetizer. Tune in to the Hungry Channel  this Friday to get to know even more.

    http://youtu.be/fc6NIMLYmag?hd=1

    Let’s start with Hungry in Los Angeles Host Adrianna Adarme.

    Name: Adrianna Adarme

    Blog: A Cozy Kitchen

    How Long have you lived in Los Angeles: 5 years

    Favorite dish in LA: Fried Egg Rolls from Golden Deli 

    Best Meal You’ve ever had: The Vagrancy Project at The Allston Yacht Club

    If you had a mission statement, what would it be? Faster, cuter, stronger.

    Now let’s head to San Francisco where Marcia Gagliardi’s blog, Table Hopper is the be-all-end-all of Bay Area food writing.  She is like the princess and the pea of eating, seriously.

    Name: Marcia Gagliardi

    Blog: tablehopper.com

    How Long have you lived in San Francisco: Since September 1994.

    Favorite dish in town: Again and again, I fall in love with the pasta dishes at SPQR.

    Best meal you’ve ever had: It’s the Christmas Eve fish fest (“La Vigilia”) with the Italian side of my family, every year.

    If you had a mission statement, what would it be? Live enthusiastically, be curious, be friendly.

    Next up to bat is the incomparable meat lover Josh Ozersky,

    founder of Meatopia and man of a million food adjectives.

    Name: Josh Ozersky 

    Blog: Ozersky.TV, Rachael Ray.com, Time.com

    How Long have you lived in New York: 10 years

    Favorite dish in town: First-cut “deckle” pastrami, with french fries and dr. brown’s black cherry soda at Katz’s.

    Best Meal You’ve ever had: Meatopia 2012!

    If you had a mission statement, what would it be? “The fat is the meat, and the meat is the vegetable.”

    Finally we head Southwest to meet Austin’s pride and joy Tolly Moseley whose love of her city , as expressed through her culture blog, AustinEavesdropper could probably convince you to relocate in under an hour.

    Name: Tolly Moseley 

    Blog: AustinEavesdropper.com

    How Long have you Live in Austin: On and off for many years — but at this point, the last 5 years consecutively.

    Favorite Dish in town: Smoked Bacon/Mint/Feta Brussels Sprouts from Second Bar + Kitchen.

    Best Meal You’ve ever had: One time, my husband and I had a big certificate to Uchiko (Chef Paul Qui’s restaurant), and, feeling rich … my husband snapped the menu shut, and simply told the waiter, “Dazzle us.” (PS he never talks like this). We ended up spending the equivalent of our monthly mortgage that night on top of the gift certificate, but it was worth it! Tasting after tasting of beautifully-composed, non-traditional sushi rolls, like my favorite, the Tiger Cry: Cured wagyu beef, rice paper, red pepper, charred green onion. It’s not for purists, but it’s a tasty little bite.

    If you had a mission statement, what would it be?  Be a better listener.

    To learn more about each of these wonderful people and what they’re eating and drinking in their cities subscribe to the Hungry Channel!