- Kiera Wright-Ruiz is a writer, recipe developer, and consultant who wrote for Serious Eats about essential food scenes in Studio Ghibli’s anime films.
- Formerly based in Brooklyn but now living in Hawaii, Kiera has also written for The Kitchn, contributed recipes to Food52, and worked as the Social Media Editor for NYT Cooking, among other roles.
- She’s the author of an upcoming children’s picture book called I Want to Be Spaghetti, a story about a small pack of ramen living in a world that pays more attention to bigger noodles; the book will also offer insights into the relationship between colonialism and food.
Kiera Wright-Ruiz is a writer and recipe developer who wrote for Serious Eats about the importance of food scenes within anime films by Studio Ghibli. She’s also written for publications including The Kitchn, foodbeast, and OC Weekly, and has worked in social media management for NYT Cooking and companies like Taco Bell.
Now based in Hawaii, she’s also the author of an upcoming children’s picture book called I Want to Be Spaghetti; during the story, which subtly comments on colonialism and food, readers follow a tiny package of ramen as it finds confidence in a world preoccupied with spaghetti.
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