- Malcolm Bedell is a native of New England who has written for Serious Eats about the best food (lobster rolls included) that’s in and around Portland, Maine.
- He has founded and co-authored a number of successful blogs, including a New England food blog that later turned into a book called Eating in Maine (2014).
- Malcolm is the owner of a restaurant called Ancho Honey, and has also run an award-winning food truck called Wich, Please.
Malcolm Bedell is a New England-based writer, blogger, and restaurateur who has written for Serious Eats about the food scene in Maine. Originally a graphic designer, he's lived in New York, California, and Merida, Mexico, where he spent five years working remotely and developing a true appreciation for food.
After returning to the United States from Mexico, he began entering cooking competitions (many of which he won) and opened an award-winning food truck called Wich, Please. He also started a number of successful blogs—one later becoming a book—and contributed as a freelance writer to publications like The Guardian, Grub Street, Food & Wine, and Bon Appetit.
Today he is the owner of Ancho Honey, a “modern luncheonette” in Tenants Harbor, Maine.
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