Eating Across America
Release Date  
Pages   200
ISBN-13  978-1-63353-686-9
Categories  

Eating Across America

A Foodie's Guide to Food Trucks, Street Food and the Best Dish in Each State

By Daymon Patterson, Daymon "Daym Drops" Patterson

#1 Amazon Best Seller ─ Best Daym Takeout

Drive-ins, diners and dives: Daymon Patterson, author of Eating Across America, is better known as Daym Drops, an American food critic, YouTube celebrity, and television presenter. He initially gained popularity on YouTube for his video review of a Five Guys takeoutmeal, which spawned a viral online song by the Gregory Brothers. He hosted Best Daym Takeout, a food-review oriented television program on the Travel Channel, based on his experiences and with certain aspects borrowed from his YouTube channel. "Best Daym Takeout", aired in 2013, with works featured on The Jimmy Fallon show. That's where Rachel Ray's Team found me, and brought me on for a few episodes before Rachel Ray offered me a position on the show as her Food Correspondent. I travel abroad, sampling dishes and many QSR locations, all to give them a Super Official Food Review from the front seat of my Truck.

Cheap eats, food trucks and street food: Shows like Diners, Drive-ins and Dives have never been more popular. And they have inspired a movement. More and more, people are packing up their cars and road tripping in search of cheap eats, food trucks and street food. Daym Drops offers Eating Across America for all traveling foodies.

Select format

$24.95

You May Also Like

Saigon Kids

By

• Just in time to accompany the September release of Ken Burn’s Vietnam Documentary series, which Burn’s claims as his finest to date. • Reads like “Good Morning, Vietnam meets “The Quiet American,” this memoir is a secrets history of Saigon under fire. • Features archival photos from the period revealing the peaceful American-South Vietnamese relations before the implosions. • Up close and personal revelations about the protests of the Buddhist monks to keep peace, including the now-famous immolation of one of Thich Nhat Han’s acolyte (including a never-before-seen rare photo)
Read more

Color My Washington D.C.

By

Color Washington, D.C., the way you want to see it... Color your journey through the capital of the United States. Color elaborately hand drawn pen and ink illustrations of some of the most iconic destinations in the District—from to the White House, down through the National Mall and across to the Washington Monument, enjoy all the treasures this city has to offer. Each page contains facts about the District of Columbia, so regardless if you’re a Democrat or a Republican or a first time visitor to Capitol Hill, you'll have your own relaxing coloring experience for years to come.
Read more

48 HOURS IN EUROPEAN CAPITALS

By

Every Saturday in The Independent’s award-winning Traveller section, “48 hours” stories explore new and exciting city-break itineraries. This collection is a wonderful reference tool for travellers looking for inspiration. The cities chosen encompass well-known and less-visited destinations, and offer travellers everything from dazzling architecture to world-class museums, designer shopping and historic landmarks.
Read more

48 HOURS IN NORTH AMERICAN CITIES

By

Every Saturday in The Independent’s award-winning Traveller section, our “48 hours” stories explore new and exciting city-break itineraries. Now, 25 years after the series was first launched, we’ve produced this special, designed to help you get the most from a visit to a selection of 20 key North American cities. Among them, you can choose from New York’s dizzying nightlife, the rollercoaster thrills of Orlando, the Hollywood glitter of Los Angeles or Vancouver’s great outdoors. We’ve also included a range of accommodation options to suit your budget.
Read more

Color My San Francisco

By

Color San Francisco the way you want to see it... Color your journey through the City by the Bay. Color elaborately hand drawn pen and ink illustrations of the most iconic destinations in Frisco—from The Painted Ladies to Fisherman’s Wharf, down through Chinatown and across the Golden Gate Bridge, enjoy all the treasures this city has to offer. Each page contains facts about the history of Fog City, so regardless if you’re a native San Franciscan or a first time visitor to Twin Peaks, you'll have your own relaxing coloring experience for years to come.
Read more