Who am I?
Let's start from the beginning, shall we. I was born in California and raised across Asia and outside Washington, D.C. by my two agricultural economist parents. When I came of age, I shipped off to Boston to study at Harvard University where I majored in Social Studies.
After graduation I made my way to New York City, where I spent three years in various basements helping to run some of the city's most notable restaurants. After learning a lot (and eating even more), I packed up my backpack for eleven months of wandering the Earth and finishing my first book on the history of eating chicken.
Somewhere in between, I started contributing writing about food for places like VICE and TIME and was named a National Geographic Young Explorer.
If you want to get in touch with me, head over to the contact page or shoot me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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