- Born and bred in New York but now based in Paris, Emily Monaco is a freelance food and travel writer who penned an essay for Serious Eats about the perils of cooking Thanksgiving dinner while abroad.
- She writes a blog about food, culture shock, and speaking Franglais called Tomato Kumato, and her writing has been featured in That’s Paris, an anthology about life in the French capital.
- Emily’s work also focuses on the food system at large, and has been published by the Wall Street Journal, Vice, and Munchies, among others.
Emily Monaco is a freelance food and travel writer who wrote an essay for Serious Eats about what it’s like to cook Thanksgiving dinner as an American in Paris. She shares other food, culture, and language-related adventures on her blog, Tomato Kumato, and her insights about life in the French capital have been featured in an anthology called That’s Paris.
Her other writing largely focuses on exposing the issues within the broader food system to help consumers make informed decisions; her work has been published by the likes of the Wall Street Journal, Vice, Munchies, and others.
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