Today on the podcast I excited to offer this interview with Melissa Bottoroff-Arey. Melissa is the Founder of Cultivated Journey. Melissa and her husband are full-time travelers. They live and work from their motor home while traveling in the United States. Melissa has a passion for farm-to-table cuisine and teaching other travelers how they can eat local and seasonal in every community they pass through. Melissa as a cookbook collector had to purge her collection when they decided to travel full-time, as well as her experiences with cookbooks as an industry-trained chef, and cooking meals for family and friends in her motor home. We also discuss Melissa’s desire to write a cookbook and start a cookbook club for full-time travelers.
Listen to Episode 30 below:
Things We Mention In This Episode:
- Connect with Melissa at Cultivated Journey
- Book: Woman’s Place is in the Kitchen
- Whitefish, Montana
- Fantastic Fans
- Join the waitlist for the next opening of the Cookbook Writers Academy
- Download checklist for first-time cookbook writers “Are You Ready to Write a Cookbook”
- Please join our Cookbook Love Podcast Facebook Group
- Instagram @cookbooklovepodcast or @greenapron
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