Meet the Editors
I’m a sophomore from Chicago who hasn’t decided on a major yet. I’ve always been an adventurous eater and a true foodie. I got my start eating nothing but mushrooms, eggplant and garlic before I turned one and devouring octopus and raw oysters by the time I was three. When I’m not exploring Boston or trying a new restaurant, you can find me practicing yoga, drawing, attending a concert or drinking a good cup of tea.
I am a junior studying History and International Relations, with a concentration in the history of modern South Asia. When I’m not studying, or oftentimes while I’m studying, you can find me watching old episodes of Jacques Pépin’s shows, salivating over stand mixers and French presses, or (most likely) eating. If I’m not doing any of the above, I’m probably editing this blog or catching up on my daily pop culture news.
I’m a junior from Birmingham, AL majoring in Biology, but also very interested in Japanese. When not studying, I love to throw dinner parties, bike around town, and explore Boston’s rich culinary scene. I’m most interested in Asian cuisine, from Persian to Chinese, but my weakness is kaiseki (懐石)—highly seasonal, traditional Japanese meals that may consist of over 10 simple yet elegant courses. My culinary goals include meeting Anthony Bourdain and sharing a kaiseki meal with friends in Kyoto.