Old business/new business

Ah, Wisconsin. Don't ever change. 

Ah, Wisconsin. Don't ever change. 

Here we are at the end of another year, and changes are afoot behind the scenes at Irony or Mayo. There might even be a new look to the site in 2014, but I'm still hashing that out.

Starting in January, I'll be launching that roundup of Midwestern restaurant criticism I mentioned a while back. It'll run every week as a feature I'm calling Flyover Friday. (It'll run on Fridays, oddly enough.)

Before we get there, though, I'll have some closing out to do on 2013 items, including a little Kyle Ate Here action and my 2013 in review post.

In the meantime, you may have seen my recent posts for both Isthmus and Eater National. If you didn't, then A) my self-promotion is flagging, and B) please give 'em a look.

 A new way of looking at Midwestern eats in James Norton's The Secret Atlas of North Coast Food

The Eater Madison Heatmap: Where to Eat Right Now

You'll also be able to see some of my 2013-in-review remarks on Eater National as part of the Year in Eater series -- which has featured such food writing luminaries as Kat Kinsman, Andrew Zimmern, Ryan Sutton and Regina Schrambling -- that the site will be running through the end of the year. And of course there are always new reviews coming up at Isthmus; my last review for 2013 is for Taqueria El Jalapeño

As always, thanks for reading! Let's wrap this year up in style.