Sal Vaglica

As a freelance writer, Sal Vaglica focuses on food, gear, gardening, technology, how-to stories, and adventure travel. A former staffer at This Old House, Serious Eats, Men's Journal, and Fatherly he's most interested in reporting and writing stories that are service-oriented. Finding sources who know what they're talking about excites him because he's convinced people in marketing are, 79 percent of the time, full of baloney.
Since the pandemic, you can find him working from the home he shares with his wife, tween daughter, and their labradoodle. You can find his bylines in the Wall Street Journal, Men's Health, Better Homes & Gardens, Bloomberg, Maxim, USA Today, Entreprenuer, Inc., Food & Wine, and others. When he's not reporting he's working on perfecting his donut recipe (yeasted, of course) and his latte art, both of which are still tasty even when he messes up.

All Articles From Sal Vaglica

An Argument for a Late-Winter Visit to Portland, Maine

Instead of fighting the crowds who flood this New England town during the summer, pack a warm coat and have it all to yourself now

The Best Way to Experience Yellowstone Is With a Guide

You could see the national park's greatest hits by yourself, but during a Yellowstone Forever tour, you'll learn the stories behind them, too

Cheyenne Is an Honest Look at the American West

The city behind the famous horse-bucking cowboy emblem holds onto its Wild West past