I’m joining OC Weekly’s Stick A Fork In It blog!

If you follow my Facebook page, you would have seen that a couple of days ago I posted about some exciting news to come.

And now it’s official. I’m headed back into the world of Orange County food blogging, this time with the crew from OC Weekly’s awesome Stick A Fork In It blog. The thing I miss most about working at The Reg is the food stuff, so needless to say, I’m excited to do it again–and especially so with such a talented group of food writers.

That being said, nothing changes here. My primary goal is to lose weight and get all sexy by the big 3-0 in October. But, I still eat meals out, and it would be a shame not to write about them. I asked to join Stick A Fork In It because there was no place I’d rather be writing about great local eats. And I’m honored that they’ve taken me in.

My first post should run sometime next week, and will likely be about my undying love for the Hawaiian plate lunch. I’ll post links to my stories there on this blog too, but until that first post, here’s a link to the post introducing me to their readers.

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One thought on “I’m joining OC Weekly’s Stick A Fork In It blog!”

  1. Congratulations Niyaz! I’ve been missing both you and Jeff from Food Frenzy. Looking forward to having one of my favorite food writers back.

    On another note, I’m really glad that you’re going to the gym now. Once you start seeing the results it gets pretty addicting. Also, I’m not sure how attached you are to your current routine, but I’d suggest throwing out the tricep pushdowns and bicep curls. These are bodybuilding exercises more suited to making your arms look big than actually having a functional or calorie-burning benefit. You’ll get all the bicep work you need through the lat pulldowns and cable rows (these can be replaced by pullups or negative pullups), and all the tricep work you need through the bench press and overhead press. This should save you some time for each workout.

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