The Year My Music Library Moved to the Cloud
After a lifetime of meticulously managing his own digital music collection, Daniel Adler lets loose and signs up for an unlimited streaming service.
Ingredients: Blood and Brownies
After watching someone cut the head off a rooster, Daniel Adler takes comfort in dessert.
Ingredients: Cassoulet Showdown
Is it possible to make a quick-and-dirty version of cassoulet, a dish that prides itself on a tradition of taking forever to prepare? Daniel Adler compares two recipes.
Ingredients: Christmas Becomes Eclectic
Daniel Adler plans an unusual holiday meal for his family. But as the big day nears, he finds himself concerned not with quality of his food, but with the spectacle of creating it.
The Year Kanye West was Predictably Unpredictable
It was a bold year for Kanye West, but did teenagers care? Daniel Adler asks his high school students about pop’s most contentious entertainer.
Ingredients: Eating Outdoors
While Daniel Adler goes camping, all the rules of good eating go right out the window.
Ingredients: Fish Curry and “Zucchini Surprise”
Daniel Adler struggles with the pressure to be a conscientious food shopper, which in turn endangers his fish curry.
Ingredients: Bánh Mì a la Sheraton
Attempting to make “comfort food” while on a business trip, Daniel Adler tries to assemble a Vietnamese sandwich in his hotel room. The result isn’t pretty.
Ingredients: Corn Flake-Breaded Chicken
In his new series about food, Daniel Adler struggles with the choice between tradition and ethical eating.
License to Chill
Daniel Adler deconstructs the genre of chillwave, and the web’s evolving relationship with the music it labels.
I Saw the Sign: Tacoma’s Historic Signage
In this photo essay, Daniel Adler captures his favorite neon and Beaux Arts signs in Tacoma, WA.
Visa on Arrival: Tourist or Traveler?
In the final installment of his Pacific Rim tour, Daniel Adler compares his experience as a tourist in Vietnam and as a denizen of China.