Interview: How to survive food adventures with Jonell Galloway
Jonell Galloway is the Rambling Epicure, a foodie, chef, and writer. Food has taken her from Kentucky to Le Cordon Bleu in France to Switzerland. We chat about how she was eating so well it almost killed her and the mindful eating that is now a big part of her writing.
Below is a summary of our interview:
Spread love in everything you do. -Mother Teresa
Eating is an agricultural act – Wendell Berry
Jonell chats her food journey from the family farm in Kentucky to studying cooking and wine in France to Switzerland.
Jonell talks about the experience become so sick from eating rich foods that she could only eat bland food for over a year.
Jonell discovers Wendell Berry essays about food and the slow food movement, a reaction to fast food. She goes into talk about the origin of slow food in Italy.
Jonell’s work now
Jonell discusses the Rambling Epicure, her food blog, which features like minded food experts. She writes many essays on mindful eating.
What’s exciting Jonell now
Jonell’s working a couple books. One about how to survive in life and another on traditional Kentucky recipes.
Book Jonell Recommends: A Timbered Choir: The Sabbath Poems 1979-1997by Wendell Berry
Helpful Habit: Let no one leave you without being happier
What’s Your Purpose: To spread love and to help others live better
Where to follow Jonell
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When you do something you are passionate about you automatically do good things in the world.
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