Hi there!

I’m Gillian – a tech Product Manager by day + a vegetarian, DIYer, traveler, and sour beer-drinker by night/weekend.

I’ve always loved food, but growing up I ate without regard to my health.  As a teenager, I decided to become a vegetarian and started cooking for my family.  I soon fell in love with everything about fresh, handmade food – from grocery shopping to chopping vegetables.  When I moved away to college, that feeling only grew stronger.  There was something about my new surroundings that just “clicked” for me.  I feel so blessed to live in an area with deep connections to the slow food movement, with limitless choices when it comes to fresh produce and foodie finds, and where the real visionaries of the future of food are based (ahem ahem).


4 thoughts on “About

  1. Saiem Nasir says:

    Great website! Great reads!

    I was wondering if you got my email, I had some ideas I would like to share!



  2. Hey Gillian,

    I’ve noticed you post some really great content about your adventures around food and where it intersects with life. I’m working for a new start-up called HeyLets and we’re trying to get people excited about doing what you do. We want our users to rediscover their city through mini-recommendations from people with similar interests and hopefully pay it forward. I was wondering, would you be interested in sharing some of your positive experiences in your community with us? We’d love to hear what you have to say and help you promote your blog.
    Drop me a line if you’re interested in more info: adam@heylets.com
    Thanks for your time and keep up the good work!

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