Food on the Move

Since I’m now traveling 120 days a year — roughly a third of the time, which is all I can stand — people routinely ask me how I handle eating on the road. I’m actually writing this column while traveling to a speaking gig in New Hampshire. In fact, I do much of my writing away from home these days. I wrote my last two books while I was on airplanes. But back to food.

First, a disclaimer: I don’t have all the answers. All I can do is share what works for me, realizing that I’m a

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