- Adam Chandler has written about the long and complicated history of fast food for Serious Eats.
- He is the author of Drive-Thru Dreams: A Journey Through the Heart of America's Fast Food Kingdom, which was named a Smithsonian Best Food Book of 2019.
- He has lectured and appeared on panels at Sarah Lawrence College, New York University, Columbia, and George Washington University.
Adam Chandler is a New York-based journalist and author who has contributed his knowledge of fast food history to Serious Eats. He's the author of Drive-Thru Dreams: A Journey Through the Heart of America's Fast Food Kingdom, which was published in 2019 and became an NPR Favorite Book of the Year. He previously worked as a staff writer at The Atlantic, and as a freelance writer has contributed to publications like The Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, TIME, Slate, and Esquire.
Adam has made appearances on a number of both American and international platforms, including History Channel's The Food That Built America, BBC's World News America, and PRI's The Takeaway.
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