Good. Food. Stories. is an online magazine that focuses on food from a storyteller’s perspective. Our diverse contributors share tales of recipe testing and cooking with the best ingredients, round-the-world restaurant recommendations, book and movie reviews, and wide-ranging essays on food.
|Casey Barber is a freelance food writer, recipe developer, and photographer whose work has appeared in Gourmet Live, Leite’s Culinaria, Better Homes & Gardens, iVillage, ReadyMade, DRAFT, and other publications. She contributes regularly to Serious Eats as Slice’s New Jersey correspondent. Casey is the author of Classic Snacks Made from Scratch: 70 Homemade Versions of Your Favorite Brand-Name Treats (Ulysses Press, 2013).|
|Danielle Oteri is the founder of Culinary Ancestry, where she helps Italian-Americans recover, decode and preserve family recipes. A tireless sleuth of everything tasty, Danielle writes about subjects as diverse as saints, butchers, and hole-in-the-wall restaurants. She contributes stories about culinary history, book reviews and Italo-centric recipes.|
|Rebecca Peters-Golden lives in Philadelphia, where she splits her obsessive energy among cooking, traveling, and dreaming of opening a cooperative science fiction and fantasy bookstore with an attached bakery. She has a Ph.D. in English from Indiana University and teaches at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.|
Contributors to Good. Food. Stories. come from a wide community of good eaters around the world:
|Tessa Barber works as a librarian in Pittsburgh, PA but spends much of her time thinking about food. Two kitchen items she doesn’t want to live without are her micrograter and her roommate’s immersion blender.|
|Now that West Coast native Meredith Brown has successfully received her doctorate from the Courtauld Institute of Art, she’s free to down double espressos, sip martinis, nibble pork belly, and explore other culinary delights. When she’s not zooming from London to Paris to London to D.C. and back to London, Meredith is now happily settled in Brooklyn with her books and barbecue.|
|C.C. the Culinarily Clueless serves up amuse bouches of naive gastronomy sprinkled with all the insight of a reluctant foodie living in the gustatory mecca of San Francisco. Find her on Twitter: @CulClueless.|
|Christine Galanti is a kangaroo-cooking, $5-Polish-dinner-hunting, baby-octopus loving freelance writer in Brooklyn, NY. Find her on Twitter: @Chris_Galanti.|
|A transplanted New Yorker living in London, Irene Kopitov loves nothing more than a whole grilled fish and a Negroni on a sunny summer day. Since there aren’t too many of those in her new home, she is learning to love the sprawling farmers markets and afternoon pints. Born in the Ukraine and raised in Boston, Irene is a publicist specializing in design and the arts.|
|Max Rudy is a globe-trotting, food-loving good time waiting to happen. When not running the Interwebs for Rubbermaid (not Tupperware), he can be found planning vacations based around food and friends, eating ethnic delicacies, or being woken up by his cats for their food. Max resides in Little Poland—aka Greenpoint, Brooklyn.|
|Caitlin Thornton is a writer living in Brooklyn. In her so-called free time, the Chicago native rides her bike around in six-inch heels, writes about dating and relationships, and eats and drinks a little too decadently. Thornton specializes in killer goat cheese omelettes and perfectly poured gin-and-juices. Follow her on Twitter: @caitlinthornton.|
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