It's time to get to know our Sunday Supper recipe columnist Jennifer Olvera. The Chicago-based writer likes to spend her weekend mornings at Pho 777 on Argyle Street eating crackly, pan-fried noodles, lime-y bo tai chant, and bank xeo.
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All over the Serious Eats sites, we've been chatting with all our lovely columnists, helping you get to know the folks behind the articles you read every day. Here's Jacqueline Raposo, who's been chatting with New York chefs from the Meatball Shops to the rarefied kitchen of Per Se.
It's time to say hello to our barbecue columnist James Boo! He loves making breakfast in his Brooklyn kitchen and doesn't love eating deep-fried brains in Budapest. When did he first know he was a serious eater? After his first trip to the original location of Chef Edwards BBQ in Oakland (R.I.P.).
It's time to get to know our longtime grilling guru Josh Bousel. Over the years he has shared countless grilling recipes and tips with us, and more recently, has started exploring the wonderful world of condiments. His perfect meal? Texas smoked brisket and hot links with a side of fried chicken, eaten with Mr. T.
Nearly everyday on Serious Eats you'll hear from our Cook the Book columnist Caroline Russock. She's our fearless cookbook maven who scours through pages of countless cookbooks, selecting the very best to be featured here each week, testing out each recipe first. You can imagine how much love her kitchen gets! It's time to get to know Caroline and find out more about her cooking routine, her favorite food writers, and her aversion to cereal.
Say hello to our bread baking columnist Donna Currie, aka dbcurrie. She's responsible for so many of the wonderful bread recipes on here, from biscuits to rye and this week, she's profiling the book Kneadlessly Simple. She's full of pointers for novice bread bakers too. Today we get to know more about the woman in front of the oven!
It's time to meet another member of the SE gang. Sarah is one of our all-star editorial interns at SEHQ right now. Her guilty pleasures? Drinking pickle juice straight from the jar or peanut butter milkshakes for breakfast. Get to know more about Sarah, and say hello!
There are approximately a gazillion taco destinations in Los Angeles, and Farley has made it his mission to eat all the good ones. Every Tuesday he talks tacos with us, whether deep-fried shrimp tacos from a truck or late-night chorizo tacos from a taqueria next to a car wash. So what else is Farley into besides tacos? He's here to tell you.
All over the Serious Eats sites, we've been chatting with all our lovely columnists, helping you get to know the folks behind the articles you read every day. Here's Jamie Feldmar, who just kicked off her Cheap Eats column on Serious Eats: NY.
If you have a weakness for beautiful desserts, you may want to stay away from Sweets posts by María del Mar Sacasa, whose ridiculously gorgeous photos have graced our pages since the start of Serious Eats: Sweets. (On the other hand, you might want to pull up a chair, because there are wonderful and carefully tested recipes in her weekly cake column as well as her series on Latin American desserts.) She also recently launched Sandwiched, a recipe column to help you make delicious sandwiches. Today's your chance to get to know Maria a little better.
Note from J. Kenji Lopez-Alt: I can't remember when I first met Yvonne, but I clearly recall the first time I tasted her awesome triple chocolate mousse cake. From that day on, it was clear that her destiny lay as the chocolate recipe writer for Serious Eats. Today's your chance to get to know our resident Chocoholic a little better. Got dessert recipe requests for Yvonne? Please leave them in the comments.
All over the Serious Eats sites, we've been chatting with all our lovely columnists, helping you get to know the folks behind the articles you read every day. Here's one of our Queens writers, Sara Markel-Gonzalez, who's taught us about tacos and albondigas and nieves and so much more.