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.
Music as Food: Homage to Alice Herz-Sommer Music as Food: Homage to Alice Herz-Sommer by Jonell Galloway Alice Herz-Sommer died on Sunday, March 2, 2014, at her home in London, at the age of 110. She was the oldest known survivor of the Holocaust. Mrs. Herz-Sommer was a concert pianist in her native Czechoslovakia before the war, and said th... Thu, 06 Mar 2014 21:17:31
The Many Names for Tamales The Many Names for Tamales by Lenny Karpman Now that Christmas and the New Year have passed, my neighbors here in Costa Rica are putting away lights, ornaments, Styrofoam snowmen, straw reindeer and faux pine trees. For the family Sunday mid-day meal many are dining on tamales. ... Fri, 28 Feb 2014 14:59:55
WEEKENDS AWAY: TRASTEVERE, ROME, AND SANTA MARIA WEEKENDS AWAY: TRASTEVERE, ROME, AND SANTA MARIA by Jonell Galloway A weekend in the Trastevere neighborhood of Rome lets you live and feast like a real Roman, if only for a short time. It is rich in history and culture, and plenty of fun and good food to boot. A little hotel we?ve found near [̷... Sat, 15 Feb 2014 22:15:26
Spread love everywhere you go Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier.–Mother Teresa Related articles Mindful Eating from a Buddhist Point of View The Mindful Eating Series: Interview with Geneva Farmer David John Kong-Hug Food Art: The Incre... Fri, 14 Feb 2014 20:50:36
Food Art: Lute and Fruit, by Henri Matisse Food Art: Lute and Fruit, by Henri Matisse Related articles Food Art: Still Life with Mouse, by Giovanna Garzoni Saffron Culture: A Pictorial Cycle on Santorini, Part II Swiss Food: How to Make Raisinée The Real Facts about Calories in Junk Food vs. Real Food Gareth Jones is In Search ... Fri, 14 Feb 2014 18:10:39