Hi! I’m Rémy Robert. Forget phonics—it rhymes with Amy Snowbear. (The é is like in Beyoncé.) In France, Rémy is a boys’ name, but I’m not from France, and I’m not a boy.
I’m a born and raised New Orleanian, back home where it’s warm and sunny after stints in Providence, NYC, and Boston. I work for Mark Bittman, research and develop recipes and cookbooks, and freelance write. I eat like it’s my job; sometimes it is. My spirit vegetable is a golden beet.
I’ve written for Food52 and Serious Eats and managed social media for Sweet Roots NYC (now Ritual). As an undergrad at Brown, I got a rather versatile degree in philosophy, wrote a column about dogs, and had a reputation as the girl who kept Sriracha in her backpack. Beyond writing, I’m passionate about food’s potential as a means of ambassadorship, social entrepreneurship, and community building.
If you’d like to be friends, I’m down! Get in touch and/or buy me a pastry.