Before my hand injuries I auditioned to write the text for an official Gilmore Girls cookbook. I didn’t get the gig, but it was the most fun I’ve ever had creating a writing sample.
“While The Dirt Cure is geared towards parents healing their children, the plethora of advice and information is applicable to everyone living in modern American society, making The Dirt Cure a must-read for anyone who cares about what goes into their, and their children’s, bodies.”
“While food is one of the two fundamental pillars of human survival — water being the other — how often do we stop to think about food in a socio-cultural sense? For Zeynep Kilic, sociology professor, Fulbright Scholar, and Turkish transplant in Alaska, Turkish food has been the link between her new world in the US and her upbringing in Turkey…” My 34th article for HuffPost, and my first feature for HuffPost Taste.
Approaching the eleven-year memorial of Wendy Soltero’s murder and my self-preservation instinct finally kicks in.
“In what areas of your life are you preparing to live?” asks Jonathan Mead for Day 6 of the Emerson “Self-Reliance” project.