About

   I grew up in New York City where I developed a taste for fabulous food. From ethnic restaurants to my family’s cooking, I gained a sense of what I love. I then spent four years in small town Winona, Minnesota that had few restaurants but plenty of local farms to fill the fridge and a community of fellow foodies to explore with. I’ve now lived in St. Louis, Missouri for the past eight years where I regularly teach cooking classes, make television appearances, and write a popular cooking column. I’ve won a teaching award, hosted countless dinner parties, and daydream about what I am going to cook and eat next. At night I curl up with my husband and three children and read to them from my favorite cookbooks, which I believe, if one looks hard enough, are filled with stories, stories told through food.

 

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2 Responses to “About”

  1. Shut Up & Cook October 19, 2012 at 6:07 pm #

    So excited to have discovered your blog…this is fabulous!

    I remember when I first got turned onto pomegranates. I think it was in fourth or fifth grade and I thought I was just THE coolest thing for knowing what they were and would bring them to school and then with a hideous amount of grandeur dole out the seeds in multiples of one or two to my closest friends. Ha.

    Looking forward to perusing your blog more…great stuff you’ve got here!

    Like

    • pomegranatesandhoney October 20, 2012 at 11:56 am #

      Love your pomegranate memories! They are pure magic as far as I am concerned! I’ve enjoyed browsing your blog as well. Great to meet a kindred spirit in the blogoshpere!

      Like

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