- Vonnie Williams is a first-generation Ghanaian-American food writer who contributed a piece to Serious Eats about Filipino food and its relationship to migration, colonization, and the concept of authenticity.
- Her writing on food and food culture has been published by the likes of Food & Wine, TASTE, Edible Brooklyn, and Gastro Obscura, and she’s also written travel guides for Atlas Obscura.
- Vonnie loves travel, photography, pop culture, and ice cream, the latter of which she consumes more of than she should admit.
Vonnie Williams is a food writer who wrote for Serious Eats about the effects that migration, colonization, and the concept of authenticity have had on Filipino cuisine. As a first-generation Ghanaian-American writer in an industry lacking voices like her own, she shares her perspectives on food and food culture in pieces written for Food & Wine, TASTE, Edible Brooklyn, and others. Vonnie has also edited travel guides for Atlas Obscura and been published by Gastro Obscura, a James Beard Award-nominated food and travel site.
Vonnie loves cooking—especially the easiest recipes in her cookbooks—and eats more ice cream than she should admit.
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