Jim Breslin,
Author

Jim Breslin prefers cheeseburgers over filet mignon and porter over pilsner. He once ordered and ate Six Meats and Sauerkraut in Luxembourg, though he didn’t finish the tripe. He’s fumbled with chopsticks in Beijing, eaten conch fritters in Grand Cayman and fish and chips in Australia. His biggest dining faux pas? Asking a Quizno’s employee in Toronto for American cheese. At home, he is known for homemade pizza, stromboli, and killer enchiladas. Jim is also the founder of the West Chester Story slam and a fiction writer. His first collection of short stories, Elephant, is best served with Victory Hopdevil or a a chilled Pinot Grigio.

Posts by Jim Breslin

Batata

You say potato, I say batata. Our local Giant had a whole setup of natural plant-based foods I’d not heard of, so I decided to pick out some batatas, take them home and research what I should make with them. It turns out that batata is the Portuguese word for potato. Batata has been adapted […]

Classic Diner Owners

As previously published on Daily Local. Malvern’s popular eatery, Classic Diner, recently announced they are opening a second location in downtown West Chester. The original location, which has been open for 19 years, receives rave reviews from foodies, and the line to get in the diner often snakes out into their parking lot. The new […]

beer

On Tuesday, October 21, Sly Fox is hosting a Meeting of the Malts panel discussion with local craft brewers Bill Covaleski (Victory Brewing Co.), Bill Moore (Lancaster Brewing Co.) and Brian Reilly (Sly Fox Brewing Co.), in addition Bill Moeller, who is labeled as a “beer industry legend.” On an early morning phone call, Moeller chatted with […]