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Nick Mancall-Bitel is an editor at Eater overseeing travel coverage. He manages Eater's international maps program, travel packages (including the annual Where to Eat guide), and columns and reports on global cuisines. He previously covered cocktail and bar culture at Thrillist, and his freelance writing on food, drink, and culture has been featured in the LA Times, Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, the BBC, and others. He has also appeared on programs for WNYC and iHeartRadio.

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Michael Twitty Goes Deep Into the Black Jewish Kitchen

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For Some Food Bloggers, Digital Cookbooks Are Better Than Print

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What We Miss When Vacation Rentals Become Contactless

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