Join me, Nancy Harmon Jenkins, On the Kitchen Porch, where I like to put my feet up at least once a week but sometimes more frequently, for spirited conversations about shared interests—food, wine, people, places, gossip, politics, recipes, the state of the world, new ideas, you name it. It’s a lively and often funny interchange about all my favorite subjects, from the need to peel fava beans (not!!) to the price of lobster (outa sight!) to how Maine farmers deal with contaminated soil to the Mediterranean Diet. Plus, recipes for luscious cakes, sumptuous stews, savory salads, and other good things.
Who Am I?
I’m a writer, journalist, story teller, cook, historian, and world traveler. I’ve spent much of my life in the Mediterranean world but am now back home in Maine, with occasional forays to the Mediterranean, especially to Tuscany where I oversee 150-odd olive trees and a centuries old tumble-down farm.
I’ve been a staff writer for the New York Times food section, publications director of the American Institute of Wine & Food, a founding director of Oldways Preservation Trust, and the author of many, many articles in many, many publications, as well as eight books about food and a few about other subjects. Find my full bio on my website, nancyharmonjenkins.com.Subscribe to get full access to the newsletter and website. Never miss an update.
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