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Marathoning: The Columbia Diet

In my last Marathoning column, I wrote about pain and rotisserie chicken.

Every Friday, an “interesting” pseudo-celebrity—often a food professional—publishes their diet on Grub Street. This egoistic and strangely entertaining exercise in narcissism seemed like fun, so I decided to keep track of what I ate for a week. Currently, I’m about three weeks away from running the Fargo marathon; tomorrow, I plan on an 18 miler. Without further ado, my marathoning diet. Continue reading

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Warique Peruvian Kitchen Review

If you’re a Columbia student, it’s worthwhile to take a little walk down Amsterdam Avenue and visit Warique Peruvian Kitchen. Order half a rotisserie chicken—at $6, you won’t find a much better bang for your buck in Morningside Heights. The restaurant opened earlier this April, and hopefully it’ll survive the first few months of operation.

Check out my review of Warique Peruvian Kitchen for the Columbia Daily Spectator.

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Warique Peruvian Kitchen Coming to Morningside

Where Noche Mexicana once entertained students with well-crafted Mexican fare, Warique Peruvian Kitchen is opening My Upperwest reports. Continue reading


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