The Rambling Epicure joins the voices of professional food writers and artists from around the world who are interested in promoting a mindful, responsible approach to real food shopping, cooking, and eating, as well as food politics, safety, history, art, literature and philosophy.
Interest: Slow Food and Mindful Eating, Food Photography, Sustainability, A to Z
About me: I am from Kentucky; I work as a freelance food writer and translator, cooking instructor, recipe developer and tester, as well as editor of the daily international food chronicle The Rambling Epicure. I have worked as a cooking instructor, food critic, food event organizer, and am active in the Slow Food movement. I studied wine in France and Switzerland and now work as a freelancer.
Potatoes: Endless Varieties in Switzerland Potatoes: an essential part of the traditional Swiss diet. If there?s one thing we have plenty of in Switzerland, it?s potatoes. I didn?t even like potatoes before I came here and discovered all the subtle differences of texture, taste and all the ways of using them in cooking. By Jonell Galloway fo... Sun, 29 Sep 2013 12:48:10
Saffron Culture: A Pictorial Cycle on Santorini, Part I by Elatia Harris Part One in a series of articles on aspects of saffron. Photos under the title and below, of wall paintings from the excavated areas of Thera (also called Santorini), are taken from a magnificent site that has expired off the Internet, www.therafoundation.org. How Far Back Does Saff... Wed, 25 Sep 2013 13:52:39
Simon Says: Daily Food Quote, September 20, 2013 Simon Says: Daily Food Quote, September 20, 2013 In a restaurant choose a table near a waiter.–Jewish proverb Related articles Top restaurants in Wales: What the critics said about Welsh restaurants in the Good Food Guide Restaurant owners: Time to banish the electronics? That Tablet on... Wed, 25 Sep 2013 07:05:14
Full-Sensory Taste and Proust Full-Sensory Taste and Proust by Jonell Galloway We think of taste as something universal that we have in common with all (or most) human beings, as a mechanical and chemical process that requires no thought. If we could measure the data that goes into our final judgment about the taste of a food, w... Tue, 17 Sep 2013 11:16:45