ABOUT US

Hi and welcome!

My name is Mary Oliver, and this little food blog is my online kitchen book.

I write, I cook, and I take pictures of delicious food.

I’ve spent last seventeen years of my life working as a professional sous chef and chef at several restaurants in US and UK, including the “Barnyard” London place for which I’ve been awarded a Michelin Star. Doing that during the day and blogging about food and tastiest recipes at night, loving both jobs and never wanting to give either of them up, that is me!

Though the idea of becoming a fully dedicated, 9am-6pm food and cooking blogger has always seemed fascinating to me. So in June 2012, I officially made the leap and I can’t be more happy about how great it all turned out for me!

Way back in 2006 my husband Enrique and I had the opportunity to live in Portugal for two years, where we worked at a local French cuisine restaurant as chefs and eventually bought the place. That little Portuguese food-place is still ours, and I always draw a lot of my food inspiration from there. Occasionally, once or twice a year I visit it and work there as a Chef for couple of months straight.

And as for my culinary tastes and preferences, I don’t have any specific or strict ones. I’m basically a fan of all foods and ingredients out there and never stop loving to discover new ones. Thankfully hundreds of local cuisines all over the world help me to find out about some new vegetables, meat or spices almost every day. So I either incorporate them in the meals I’ve already mastered or am trying to cook some new local authentic dishes with them. Just like I did with my most recent discovery – a Basque (region in Northern Pyrenees peninsula) dish called “pintxos”(snack with hake, cod, anchovy; tortilla de patatas; stuffed peppers; and croquettes on a bread bed, spiked with a toothpick), for example…

All in all, just like any other person I like chocolate chip cookies, Chinese food and sunsets.

And as for more personal things in my life, I always appreciate such thing as charity activities.

As an example of that: 1% of profit off my recipes ebook “Mary Oliver’s Food Twist” is spent on fighting poverty and starvation in Central Africa.

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Alex Buoyega

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Mr. Buoyega was born in one of Detroit’s poorest blocks, all before pursuing his successful managerial career in the future. For him, the breakthrough happened when he was able to get on Harvard University’s Law School list.

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Kenneth Richardson

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A talented and creative leader, Kenneth is known among his colleagues for how good his organizing and team leading skills are… Working priorly for a number of American and International multi-billion dollar companies, Kenneth has built up a reputation and a skillset worthy of an executive manager.

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Jonathan Christman

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Being as a devoted family man as he is, it is incredible how Jonathan has time left for managing multi-million dollar contracts, satisfying all of our clients and managing a vast team of professionals under his command.

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Martin Gray

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Originally from London, at one point of his sophomore college year, Martin decided to turn the tables for his career and travel to the US, to try and get a Harvard MBA degree… Eventually, he succeeded in that, becoming one of…

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Mary Applebaum

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A Juneau, Alaska native, Mrs. Applebaum has come a long way since her high school graduation all the way up to getting a Brown University Master’s degree in Economics. Talented with the digits, she’s no less successful when it comes…

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