- A native of Manhattan, Sam is a former Serious Eats intern who wrote about summer and seafood menu ideas for the site.
- Sam loves to travel far and wide in search of excellent East and South Asian fare, while also breaking for Mexican and Middle Eastern specialties.
- Since his internship, he’s worked as a journalist in Colombo, Sri Lanka and has bylines with The New Republic, Foreign Policy, and ChinaFile.
Sam Bresnick is a former Serious Eats intern who contributed a number of menu ideas to the site. He’s worked as a journalist in Sri Lanka, written for magazines like The New Republic and Foreign Policy, and is currently an assistant editor at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy. The weekends of his youth on the Upper West Side of Manhattan were split between sporting contests and food treks; nowadays, he likes to travel in search of East and South Asian fare as well as Mexican and Middle Eastern specialties.
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