Edible Hudson Valley Winter 2011-12 : Page 6

contributors Jay Blotcher (Happy-Go-Lucky) has been a freelance writer for three decades. In addition to newspaper and magazine features, his nonfiction essays appear in seven anthologies. He is the co-writer of “Holding On,” a new musical about 1960’s Harlem. Jennifer Brizzi ( Flowing Currant ) has been writing about the world’s classic dishes since 1997. A resident of Rhinebeck, she writes and edits for a variety of media, and also does recipe development and cooking demonstrations at fairs and festivals. Her food column appears bi-weekly in Ulster Publishing’s Almanac . Sarah Copeland (A Taste of Paradis) is a writer, urban gardener and the author of The Newlywed Cookbook: Fresh Ideas and Modern Recipes for Cooking With and For Each Other (Chronicle Books). She craves homegrown veggies, stinky cheese and chocolate cake. Lisa M. Dellwo (Fair Food) writes about food, farms, nature, and environmental issues, and she blogs about a winter harvest project at winter-bounty.wordpress.com. Her photos of Hudson Valley farm scenes and produce will be on display at Red Devon Restaurant in Bangall this winter. Lucy Engelman (Soil Matters) is a recent BFA graduate and illustrator living in Northfield, IL. In addition to working with Edible Hudson Valley, Lucy has created works for several maga-zines and publishing houses listed on her site. To see more of her work, visit lucyengelman.com Meredith Heuer ( Last Suppers ) was born and raised in Detroit, MI. She has spent the last 15 years traveling the globe, shooting assignments ranging from apples to Arnold Schwarzenegger, for magazines such as Fortune , Gourmet and Travel & Leisure . Phil Mansfield ( A Taste of Paradis, Flowing Currant ) shoots for such publications as The New York Times , Vogue Living and Food & Wine . Phil’s latest cookbook, Eat Fresh Food was published by Bloomsbury. Phil runs the digital lab and teaches photography at The Center for Photography in Woodstock. philmansfield.com Jennifer May ( What is Making Us Happy, Happy-Go-Lucky ) is currently photographing several cook-books. The recently published The Butcher's Guide to Well-Raised Meat (Clarkson Potter) features her work as does The Art of Living According to Joe Beef (Ten Speed Press), recently named a Top 10 Cookbook of the Year by Details magazine. jennifermay.com Bethany Saltman ( What is Making Us Happy) lives and writes in the Catskills. Her writing can be seen in magazines like The Sun , Witness , Parents , Mothering , and Buddhadharma . She writes a monthly column in Chronogram called Flowers Fall: Field Notes from a Buddhist Mom's Experi-mental Life . Victoria Spencer (Soil Matters) is a freelance writer and editor focusing on food, cooking, and other elemental subjects. She divides her time between New York City and Delaware County. Thomas Schwarz ( Last Suppers ), seen here with granddaughter Saulé, lives on an ancient apple orchard in Pleasant Valley, Dutchess County, were he pursues the creation of the perfect ham-burger and dreams of peach pies all year long. In his spare time, he works as a hospice nurse. J. N. Urbanski ( Whisk–Mob Rules ) is a British writer and consultant based in the Catskills. When she arrived in NYC 12 years ago, she covered arts and culture for European publication, Ahead Media . Now she covers feminism, food and the economy. 6 winter 2011/12 edible hudson valley

Contributors

Jay Blotcher (Happy-Go-Lucky) has been a freelance writer for three decades. In addition to newspaper and magazine features, his nonfiction essays appear in seven anthologies. He is the co-writer of "Holding On," a new musical about 1960's Harlem.

Jennifer Brizzi (Flowing Currant) has been writing about the world's classic dishes since 1997. A resident of Rhinebeck, she writes and edits for a variety of media, and also does recipe development and cooking demonstrations at fairs and festivals. Her food column appears bi-weekly in Ulster Publishing's Almanac.

Sarah Copeland (A Taste of Paradis) is a writer, urban gardener and the author of The Newlywed Cookbook: Fresh Ideas and Modern Recipes for Cooking With and For Each Other (Chronicle Books). She craves homegrown veggies, stinky cheese and chocolate cake.

Lisa M. Dellwo (Fair Food) writes about food, farms, nature, and environmental issues, and she blogs about a winter harvest project at winter-bounty. wordpress.com. Her photos of Hudson Valley farm scenes and produce will be on display at Red Devon Restaurant in Bangall this winter.

Lucy Engelman (Soil Matters) is a recent BFA graduate and illustrator living in Northfield, IL. In addition to working with Edible Hudson Valley, Lucy has created works for several magazines and publishing houses listed on her site. To see more of her work, visit lucyengelman.com

Meredith Heuer (Last Suppers) was born and raised in Detroit, MI. She has spent the last 15 years traveling the globe, shooting assignments ranging from apples to Arnold Schwarzenegger, for magazines such as Fortune, Gourmet and Travel & Leisure.

Phil Mansfield (A Taste of Paradis, Flowing Currant) shoots for such publications as The New York Times, Vogue Living and Food & Wine. Phil's latest cookbook, Eat Fresh Food was published by Bloomsbury. Phil runs the digital lab and teaches photography at The Center for Photography in Woodstock. philmansfield.com

JenniferMay (What is Making Us Happy, Happy-Go- Lucky) is currently photographing several cookbooks. The recently published The Butcher's Guide to Well-Raised Meat (Clarkson Potter) features her work as does The Art of Living According to Joe Beef (Ten Speed Press), recently named a Top 10 Cookbook of the Year by Details magazine. jennifermay.com

Bethany Saltman (What is Making Us Happy) lives and writes in the Catskills. Her writing can be seen in magazines like The Sun, Witness, Parents, Mothering, and Buddhadharma. She writes a monthly column in Chronogram called Flowers Fall: Field Notes from a Buddhist Mom's Experimental Life.

Victoria Spencer (Soil Matters) is a freelance writer and editor focusing on food, cooking, and other elemental subjects. She divides her time between New York City and Delaware County.

Thomas Schwarz (Last Suppers), seen here with granddaughter Saulé, lives on an ancient apple orchard in Pleasant Valley, Dutchess County, were he pursues the creation of the perfect hamburger and dreams of peach pies all year long. In his spare time, he works as a hospice nurse.

J. N. Urbanski (Whisk–Mob Rules) is a British writer and consultant based in the Catskills. When she arrived in NYC 12 years ago, she covered arts and culture for European publication, Ahead Media. Now she covers feminism, food and the economy.

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