Hi everybody. Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today I’m excited to host an interview with three cookbook writing students from the current Hungry for a Cookbook Mastermind. They are Jennie Gottschalk, Rikki Asher, and Shan O’Fee-Byrom.
Jennie is a composer based in Boston. She holds a bachelor’s degree in composition from The Boston Conservatory and a master’s degree and doctorate from Northwestern University. She is the author of two books – Experimental Music and Being Time. Jennie is beginning a cookbook project that explores beans and bean techniques. :
Rikki is a New York City visual artist. She is the author of the Art in Queens Cuisine and is working on a second cookbook that combines vegetarian cooking, art, and meditation/mindfulness. Asher received her MFA in painting from City University of New York at Lehman College, and earned a Doctorate in Art Education from Teacher’s College, Columbia University. She was a professor and Director of Art Education at Queens College, CUNY for 17 years, Asher currently serves as Artist-in-Residence at Lenox Hill Hospital in a program she developed (Art by the Bedside).
As a former corporate trainer, plant-based cook, soccer-mom, and Naples-based triathlete Shan loves experimenting with delicious food to keep everyone in our family healthy, strong, feeling good and performing at our best. Her family has been eating a plant-based diet since 2015 when they started experimenting with it as a way to promote health. Shan is the founder of Plant Fare and is a master at systems and in her first cookbook plans to make plant-based meals a breeze for families on the run.
Listen to Episode 129 below:
Things We Mention In This Episode:
Let’s connect on Instagram @greenapron
Here’s How To Subscribe
I’d love for you to get notified when I release new episodes so you don’t miss any new episodes Click here to subscribe to the podcast in iTunes.
How to Leave a Review:
And, I’d love for you to leave a rating and review. I want to know what you think of the podcast and how I can make this podcast one you love to listen to and share with your friends. Plus, iTunes tells me that podcast reviews are really important and the more reviews the podcast has the easier it will be to get the podcast in front of more people, which is the ultimate goal. You can leave a review for the podcast here.
Let’s Keep The Conversation Going…
Do you have an idea for a cookbook concept?
Would you like to know more about writing cookbooks?
Do you collect cookbooks and want to be interviewed on the show?