Adam Boles

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Austin, TX
Florida State University
Restaurant Trends, NA Cocktails, Recipe Design
  • Adam spent most of 2021-22 traveling the American Southwest and West Coast in his teardrop camper interviewing chefs, farmers, and food writers for his podcast, Road Hungry.
  • He is the author of two volumes of 'The Odd Duck Almanac,' an annual cookbook from chef Bryce Gilmore's family of restaurants in Austin, TX.
  • He has more than 25 years experience working in and around restaurants and bars all over the United States.


Adam has been writing about food, wine, spirits, and restaurants for the last 10 years for outlets including The Daily Meal, Edible, CultureMap, HuffPost, and others. He has interviewed multiple subjects for his podcast, Road Hungry, including chef Maria Mazon, Don Guerra, and Chris Bianco.


Adam holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Florida State University where he also taught composition, creative writing, and English literature.
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