- Lucas Kwan Peterson is a food and travel writer who wrote all about finding Los Angeles’ best dumplings for Serious Eats.
- A former Jeopardy! champion, Lucas once hosted “Dining on a Dime” for Eater, and had a column with The New York Times called Frugal Traveler, which saw him travel the world on a serious budget.
- Lucas is now a food columnist with the LA Times, and his writing has also appeared in Eater, LA Weekly, and Lucky Peach, the latter of which earned him a James Beard Award nomination.
Lucas Kwan Peterson is a food writer and LA Times columnist who wrote for Serious Eats about Los Angeles’ best dumplings. Prior to his role as a food columnist in LA, he wrote for Eater and LA Weekly, and was nominated for a James Beard Award for his work in Lucky Peach. He is also the former host of Eater’s “Dining on a Dime” series, which took him across the US, and The New York Times’ former Frugal Travel columnist, which took him across the globe.
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