Hi and welcome! I hope you like to eat.
I’m a New Orleans-based cookbook developer who transforms brilliant visions and recipes into the kind of books that get stained with sauces, shared with family, read on couches, and displayed on coffee tables. I worked with Alon Shaya on his upcoming cookbook and with Mark Bittman on How to Bake Everything, and I’ve contributed to Hartwood, Food52, and Serious Eats. It’s so much fun, Thrillist has even featured me on their list of dream food jobs. I also cater, teach private cooking lessons, and volunteer by teaching kitchen skills and food literacy to young adults in New Orleans.
You wouldn’t know it based on rules of phonics, but my name rhymes with Amy Snowbear. My wheelhouse is using food as a means of community building and ambassadorship; my spirit vegetable is a golden beet. In college, I wrote a column about dogs and had a reputation as the girl who kept Sriracha in her backpack.
Get in touch to discuss your next book, meal, or the finer points of cheeseburgers.