Sarah Anderson – Contributing Editor
Sarah Anderson has a BA in English from Skidmore
College and an MFA from the Warren Wilson College
Program for Writers. Sarah has taught high school English
for 13 years, and currently teaches at Phillips Exeter
Academy. Her poems have appeared in The Café Review,
The Oakland Review, Hamilton Stone Review, and the
2008 Guide to NH Poets. Sarah lives in Exeter, New
Hampshire, where she runs creative writing workshops in
her barn, The Word Barn.
Eva Baughman – Senior Editor & Staff Photographer
Eva Baughman has loved studying and practicing
photography since buying a second hand Nikkormat
SLR when she was first out of college. Photography took
a secondary role while she raised a family and worked
as a pastry chef and as a recipe tester. When her nest
emptied, her passion to create images was reignited.
Now it’s with a Pentax DSLR, a Fujifilm X-T1 and in the
digital darkroom. She especially enjoys travel and nature
photography, has exhibited in New Hampshire, and has
had her photos published by the New York Times for
food-related stories. She is a member of the New England
Chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier.
Georgeanne Brennan – Translating the French Way with
Georgeanne Brennan is a James Beard award-winning
cookbook author, journalist, and entrepreneur. Her work
has been featured in numerous publications. In 2014 she
founded La Vie Rustic: Sustainable Living in the French
Style, a product line and on-line store, www.lavierustic.
com. Her most recent book is My Culinary Journey –
Food and Fêtes of Provence with Recipes (Yellow Pear
Press). The La Vie Rustic Cookbook – Cooking and Living
in the French Style will be published in March, 2017 by
Steve Carlson – Home Made: Make Your Own Maple
Steve Carlson traveled extensively throughout Asia,
Europe and the US during his career in the semiconductor
industry. While traveling, he developed a love of regional
foods with a particular interest in the science of cooking.
Now retired and living in New England, he enjoys growing
unusual vegetables and herbs. He can usually be found
fishing, digging clams, raking oysters or in the garden. He
recently bottled his first vintage Gruner Veltliner from his
Philippa Davis – Movable Feasts
Philippa Davis is a freelance private chef. Cooking for
clients all over the world, she can be grilling lobsters on a
beach in the Bahamas one week, then jetting off to rural
Scotland and roasting haunches of venison the next.
Along with her travels she writes her blog, Philippa Davis:
Postcard Recipes, sharing tales and recipes from her
adventures and giving discreet glimpses into the lifestyles
of her clients.
Contributor Photo Credits: Sarah Anderson/Courtesy
photo, Eva Baughman/Eva Baughman, Georgeanne Brennan/
Courtesy photo, Steve Carlson/Courtesy photo, Philippa Davis/
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