My Story

Growing up with parents who worked hard outside the kitchen but not so often in it, I had my first culinary education at the local meat and three over plates of fried chicken and collard greens. My formal training comes from Boston University where I created my own food writing curriculum with courses in Journalism and Gastronomy, a cultural study of food founded by Julia Child and Jacques Pepin.

I’m author of The Food Lovers’ Guide to Nashville (Globe Pequot Press, November 2012), and I worked as food culture and lifestyles reporter at The Tennessean for six years. My work also has appeared in editions

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with chefs from Nashville’s iconic Loveless Cafe to the James Beard House in New York City. I love stories about late bloomers, creators, lovers, dreamers and hard workers with dirt on their jeans and flour on their aprons.

Prior to journalism, I worked in qualitative research studying the emotional connections we make with food. I spent hours in the kitchens of home cooks looking for the reasons behind the comfort in a pot of chili and conducted deprivation studies with teenagers across the country to understand the craving for a slice of pepperoni pie.