Writing for the Edible Communities

9 Nov

You may have noticed a slow-down in my posting here on Hot, Cheap & Easy of late. Nothing’s gone wrong..in fact everything is going right! I am working towards tenure at the college where I teach, exploring new areas of academia, presenting at conferences and working hard to provide good stuff for my students.

Alfajores: Café Buenos Aires

Alfajores: Café Buenos Aires

On the home front, my second-grader’s activities keep me on the hop: music, soccer, friends, Spanish school, Scouts, …and of course we still need to make time for walks in the woods and bike rides and baking and all those good things we like to do together.

Ïn the Kitchen with David Rosengarten" Amagansett

Ïn the Kitchen with David Rosengarten” Amagansett

I am still cooking and (sort of ) gardening and trying out new recipes, but I  just run out of time to post, especially because I have been doing a lot of writing: blog posts and articles for Edible Communities publications.

A Taste of Africa in Deer Park

A Taste of Africa in Deer Park

Their mission: …to transform the way consumers shop for, cook, eat and relate to local food. Through its printd publications, websites and events, ECI strives to connect consumers with local growers, retailers, chefs and food artisans, enabling those relationships to grow and thrive in a mutually benenficial, healthful and economically viable way.

In the Kitchen with David Rosengarten: Amagansett

In the Kitchen with David Rosengarten: Amagansett

Leandro learnes to dip chocolate, while I work on a story. I bring him with me when necessary and sometimes it works out really, really well!

Leandro learnes to dip chocolate, while I work on a story. I bring him with me when necessary and sometimes it works out really, really well!

They are beautiful magazines that celebrate local food and I am pleased to be working with them. So….if you’d love to see what I’ve been doing when I am cheating on my own blog, here are links to my Other work!

Natalia de Cuba Romero at Edible Long Island

Natalia de Cuba Romero at  Edible East End

I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I’ve enjoyed doing them!

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One Response to “Writing for the Edible Communities”

  1. Mad Dog November 9, 2014 at 9:01 am #

    You’ll have a budding food writer and chef in Leandro 😉

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