@ZachIsWeird

  • @ZachIsWeird
    22 May, 2017

    Certain South Florida news outlets are really taking advantage of their ability to send me "breaking" news alerts

  • @ZachIsWeird
    21 May, 2017

    RT @ashleyfeinberg: steve bannon looks so uncomfortable here and it rules https://t.co/GlPQJPUTts

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  • @ZachIsWeird
    20 May, 2017

    RT @guardian: May’s plan to end free school lunches ‘to hit 900,000 struggling families’ https://t.co/UOrvZSgKDs

  • @ZachIsWeird
    20 May, 2017

    Bird's the word @ Bantam King https://t.co/CySlnKUfhQ

  • @ZachIsWeird
    20 May, 2017

    I feel like the headline should say something along the line of Poutine promising to send maduros an edible noose https://t.co/iAH2bLq8sv

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Zachary Fagenson

Zachary Fagenson

Zachary Fagenson entered the professional food world at 5:30 a.m. some time in the mid-1990s. He was 12. The place was called Bagel Boys. It was your archetypal suburban New York spot where he would help boil the day’s bagels (something like 2,000) before several hours of slicing and shmearing. Jobs in restaurants waiting tables, running food, and working kitchen prep filled the following dozen years. Zach attended the George Washington University before graduating from the University of South Florida in 2008. He became the New Times Broward-Palm Beach restaurant critic in 2012 before taking up the post for Miami in 2014. He has a penchant for Asian cuisine and its marriage of savory, sweet, sour, and spicy flavors. That blessed union can be found in Central American cuisine. When he’s not stiffening his arteries for South Florida’s greater good — and rest assured, food can be a powerful force in a city’s development — he works as a correspondent for Reuters, Politico, and Agence France-Presse.

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