- James Boo was the founder and editor-in-chief of the Real Cheap Eats guide and co-founded the food blog The Eaten Path.
- His documentary series, 1 Minute Meals, is a 60-part web series exploring New York City lives through food.
- Boo is a documentary filmmaker and launched a podcast called Self-Evident, telling the stories of what it means to be American as told by Asian Americans.
James Boo has been telling stories about food, people, and experiences through writing and film since 2007. He added podcasts to the mix in 2019, launching Self-Evident.
Boo co-founded The Eaten Path, an international food blog that focused on food culture, and travel narratives that ran for six years.
He was the creator and editor-in-chief of Real Cheap Eats, a prominent food guide that showcased where to enjoy meals under $10. From 2013-2018 he produced the 60-part web series entitled 1 Minute Meals, telling the stories of New Yorkers through food.
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