Portfolio

Portfolio: www.jessicacolleyclarke.com 

Below is a sampling of Jessica’s work. She is currently available for freelance assignments and project work.

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Afar-logoAFAR magazine

A Winemaker’s Map of Piemonte      2017      Michele Chiarlo — the acclaimed winemaker who has witnessed 61 vintages — shares his picks for where to eat, drink, wander, and taste Piedmont’s famed white truffles.

The Late Night Secrets Ireland’s Pubs Don’t Want You to Know About        2016       Detailing the cheeky, illegal, but somewhat common tradition of the lock-in.

A Rare Peek Inside Basque Country’s Members-Only Gastronomic Societies      2016      A glimpse behind the doors of these clubs that celebrate food, community, and conversation.

How to Take an Italian Road Trip      2015      A European road trip isn’t all rainbows and blissfully open roads — but it can be, with a little planning.

What I Learned During the Honey Harvest in Portland       2015      Drizzled on fried chicken. A final flourish to a peanut butter and banana sandwich. A next-level glaze on meats. Once I got the beekeepers of Bee Local talking about their favorite uses for honey, there seemed to be no end to its potential.

A Slice of Life: Ireland’s Classic Brown Bread       2014     Fresh from the oven, sliced thick, slathered in salted Irish butter, brown bread soothes with its unfussy nourishment.

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nytlogoThe New York Times

Keeping the Fire of Irish Lighthouses Alive    2016     Connections to my Irish family normally provide a reason to visit obscure graveyards and quiet country towns not on most guidebook maps, but for this trip, two lighthouses in County Mayo and County Donegal would guide the way.

In Portland, A Warm Embrace of Tango     2016      One look with sustained eye contact (“cabeceo”) was a mutual agreement to dance. Within moments of arrival, dancers were locked in a cheek-to-cheek embrace, gliding to the music.

During Miami’s Low Season, Discounts at Hotels and Spas       2016    The words “Miami” and “value” aren’t commonly found in the same sentence, but for a chunk of the year, from summer through fall, a surprising number of deals and discounts can be found.

In George V Show, Benson Meets the Beatles    2014    “I got the call late at night in London,” Mr. Benson said during an interview in New York. “They wanted me to go to Paris in the morning with the Beatles.”

A Dublin Neighborhood Pushes Its Boundaries     2013     The cobbled quarter of Temple Bar has long maintained its tourist-destination status with overpriced pints of Guinness and a reputation for wild bachelor parties. While these traits endure, entrepreneurs have begun to reclaim the historic streets flanking the south side of the River Liffey.

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The Oyster Poachers of Connemara     2017      In Ireland, few things are black and white, especially the law — and the tales of men who break it to dive for treasure under the cover of darkness.

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Bon Appetit

When to Order the Chicken?     2016      The perfect chicken dish requires time, attention, and care. Could it be that chicken is the true test of a restaurant’s caliber, a symbol of the pride of a kitchen?

What Does Dave Matthews Eat for Breakfast?      2014      In this My Morning Routine column Dave Matthews details how he kickstarts his day.

ba_logoFeast of the Seven Fishes Advice    2013    For those of us that began the heart of the Christmas season scrubbing mussels or stuffing clams while still in our pajamas, it is a beloved tradition, garlic-scented fingers and all.

Know Your Butcher    2013     You may already request pork chops cut 2 inches thick or prefer your lamb rib roast Frenched—but that isn’t all the mighty butcher can do with his (or, ever more frequently, her) cleaver.

How to Take Your Oyster Slurping to the Next Level     2013     Many of us share a love for oysters, washing the briny bivalves down with a glass of champagne or pint of stout. But how many of us sink our teeth into the oyster meat, chewing to release the flavor? Do we even know what we like when it comes to oysters?   

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TASTE

Brown Bread is the Spine of Ireland      2017      How a breakfast obsession evolved into an any time of day cure-all.

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ft-logoFinancial Times

Spirited Away: Mezcal at the Source    2016   Cocktails were my introduction to mezcal, and it only took a handful of mezcal negronis and mezcal old-fashioneds before I booked a ticket to Oaxaca. I wanted to see how mezcal is made, to smell the smoke, to taste this spirit hot off the still.

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Conde Nast Traveler

Real Balsamic is Rarer Than You Think       2017       In a corner of Italy, aromatic attics are full of barrels where balsamic vinegar ages over decades.

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Wall Street Journal Magazine

Pairings That Pop      2014       Creative champagne pairings from fried chicken to onion rings to ice cream sundaes.

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Extra Crispy

An Introduction to the Early House: Where to find pints in Dublin at 7am        2017

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Worth magazine

Atlanta as a National Culinary Destination        2016

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world-hum-logo-4World Hum

Hands Like Shovels     2013     In the far western reaches of Ireland, an exploration on how another country mourns their dead.

Catching the Gist    2012    How to communicate when you don’t speak the language? In Italy, fumbling towards an answer.

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b inspired (Brussels Airlines in flight magazine)

Bites Out in the Big Apple     2017      An anti-restaurant guide to New York City featuring markets, food halls, hybrid shops, and more.

What Does It Take to Make a Sweet Go Viral?       2016       A profile of Sugarfina co-founder Rosie O’Neill, who created a luxury candy store for grown-ups.

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vice-logoVice

These Brothers Are Trying to Revolutionize Irish Whiskey        2016

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Stock Tips   2014     An Investigation into Veal Stock

The New Age of Bolognese    2014    The classic Italian meat sauce gets a cheffy revamp.

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Conrad magazine

The Look of the Irish    2016

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bbc-travel-logoBBC Travel

Dublin’s Chilly Tradition      2012

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toronto-star-logoToronto Star

Long Live the Greeks      2012     How do the Greeks live such long, healthy lives? What are the secrets to weight control and living to a ripe old age? While I was interested to see all the work that goes into a single bottle of olive oil, my real curiosity was about the Greeks themselves.

Getting My Hands Dirty in Deutschland     2011    I kept following the scent, hoping it would grow stronger. Towards the village, it began to intensify, saturating my nostrils. I couldn’t identify the unfamiliar scent, but its luster drew me straight to an open door.

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chron-logoSan Francisco Chronicle

Danish Word Hyggeligt Defies Translation      2013     “The fish have to swim,” I’m instructed as a glass of schnapps is placed in my hand. It’s lunchtime in Copenhagen, and apparently the fish atop rye bread I just gobbled down need to “swim”. So I must drink.

 Ireland Surprise: Skinny Dipping in the Ocean     2012     Of all the tall tales told that rainy afternoon, the story of the swimming holes lingered. Who would be crazy enough to get into the water? And in Ireland — a heavily Catholic country known for modesty — who exactly is stripping down for a dip in full view of the public?

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f&w-logoFood & Wine

Best Chili in the US      2013       Chili has so many regional iterations, and each version comes with its own cult following. Is it best with beef or chicken? Green chiles or red? Vegetarian or bean-free Texas-style?

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nymag-logoNew York magazine

Taste Cartagena’s New Culinary Wave    2013

Go Artisanal in Bristol, Rhode Island    2013

Slurp Oysters on Virginia’s Eastern Shore    2013

See the Contemporary Side of Dublin    2011

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A Wine Lover’s Guide to Cafayate, Argentina     2017

How to Do the Galapagos Now      2016

Ben Jacobsen’s Guide to Portland, Oregon   2016

Where the Chefs Love to Eat  2014

New York Cocktail Bars    2013

Stellar Hotel Wine Programs     2013

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cnn-travel-logoCNN Travel

Decadent Hotel Breakfasts    2013

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cover-postcardsPostcards Magazine

Cruising in Alaska   2014    PDF

Europe is Calling: What to Do in 2015    2014     PDF

On Dry Land   2014      PDF

Rock the Kasbah   2013      PDF

On the Adriatic Waterfront   2013   PDF

City Stay: Oslo   2013   PDF

Three for All: Ireland, Scotland, and Wales    2012       PDF

Island Hopping in Hawaii   2012     PDF

Amalfi Coast: the Ultimate Roadside Attraction  2011    PDF

City Spotlight: Dublin   2011    PDF

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Fodors.com

Where to Go For Afternoon Tea in Dublin     2016

5 Reasons to Go to Cartagena Now   2013

Daniel Boulud Talks Travel, Toronto, and Why NYC is Home   2013

Virginia is for Oysters: Kayaking, Wine, and Oysters on the Eastern Shore    2012

fodors-logo-goodFood Lover’s Tour of Sicily    2012

Traveling to Greece in Harvest Season    2012

Splurge vs. Save Dublin     2012

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Letting Life Unfold    2015    When Diana Valenzuela, currently the pastry chef at Élan, isn’t pondering pumpkin créme caramel, you might find her on a farm in Ireland reading James Joyce or tucking into the ricotta toast at Razza in Jersey City. We sat down with the self taught pastry chef to track her trajectory to the top of the dessert scene.

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Clean Plates Restaurant Reviews

2012 Manhattan and 2012 Brooklyn Guides

The Meatball Shop   PDF

Burger Guru   PDF

Applewood   PDF

Convivium Osteria   PDF

Simple Cafe    PDF

 

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Hey there Jessica! I just wanted to comment and suggest something for your page. I know that your posts usually are posted on other page other than your WordPress site, and because of that I highly suggest a search bar. Since I see titles of your blogs on other sites, I really would like to come back to your blog, search for it, and make sure that I reference YOUR site when I talk about it instead of others. I love your work 🙂 and I want you to have all the credit.

    1. Jessica Colley says:

      Hey Kristen, thanks for your comment and for reading. The search box must have gone missing in a recent theme change, but it’s back there now! Thanks for pointing this out. Happy searching! Cheers, Jessica.

  2. Hey there Jessica! I just wanted to comment and suggest something for your page. I know that your posts usually are posted on other page other than your WordPress site, and because of that I highly suggest a search bar. Since I see titles of your blogs on other sites, I really would like to come back to your blog, search for it, and make sure that I reference YOUR site when I talk about it instead of others. I love your work 🙂 and I want you to have all the credit.

    1. Jessica Colley says:

      Hey Kristen, thanks for your comment and for reading. The search box must have gone missing in a recent theme change, but it’s back there now! Thanks for pointing this out. Happy searching! Cheers, Jessica.

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