Food Writer & Editor
Angela was born and raised in a rural town in northeastern North Carolina. She holds a Master’s from Duke University where she concentrated in Russian, Slavic, and East European Studies. She has written about food and food culture for over 10 years. And though she has eaten glorious cuisines and culinary works of art from all over the world, “traditional” Southern cooking remains her favorite.
In addition to her 10+ career in corporate communications, writing, and editing, she recently served as an English language teacher for elementary school students. She used food and foodways to help her students celebrate their native languages and cultures.
She is always on the hunt for the foods of her childhood – collard greens with fatback, biscuits, fried okra, bbq, coleslaw, cornbread (by the way, there should never be sugar in cornbread – EVER), grits, and fried fish. Her dad is Mexican and she is hoping, in 2022, to get much more in touch with her Hispanic heritage. Particularly through food. Namely through homemade tortillas – which she could live on. Well, tortillas and collard greens cooked in fat back. And hot water cornbread. And homemade biscuits.
WRITING AND TRAVEL INTERESTS
Multiculturalism and foodways
The language of food
Pop culture and food
GET IN TOUCH
Angela is always available for side collaborations, writing, editing, and consulting. If you want to chat about Southern foodways (ANY foodways), great restaurants to try, how Dostoevsky and Faulkner are two sides of the same coin, Chinese film, or anything else, don’t hesitate in reaching out. The site email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.