Founder/Editor: Anna Brones
With a Swedish mother that always insisted on breakfasts of open faced sandwiches made on dense European bread, it is no surprise that Anna grew up to love kale and sea salt and would found a website dedicated to just that. She’s fully aware that her need to pronounce croissant in a French accent is totally pretentious. Email. Connect on Google+.
Foodie Underground is a labor of love. Here are some of the people that sometimes take part.
Daniel is a hypocrite who hates pretentious food yet swoons at homemade granola, desserts made with obscure flours, and local coffee roasters. When he’s not slinging foodie snark at Wholier Than Thou, he works in publishing, obsesses over fairy tale and folklore academia, goes on long runs, listens to pop music, and inhales almond butter. He’ll always order a second cocktail. Catch his bi-weekly Wholier-Than-Thou features on Foodie Underground.
Emily Dilling Poulain
At a formative age, Emily Dilling Poulain heard the European lifestyle described as one in which afternoon naps were widely encouraged and the eating of fresh and local foods was a regular practice. Inspired by this description, Emily moved from her native California to Paris in 2005 and has been in pursuit of great naps and food ever since.
Emily founded Paris Paysanne, in 2010 in order to document her quest to find farmers and local, seasonal produce in the Paris markets. Emily’s writing has also appeared in publications such as The Huffington Post (US & Fr editions), EcoSalon, Local Spotter, and Girls Guide to Paris.
Johanna Kindvall is an illustrator based in New York (and South Sweden). Her work includes illustrations and graphics for websites, books and public art projects. The motifs of her illustrations vary, although as a serious home cook and editor of her illustrated cooking site, Kokblog (started in 2005) many of her drawings are food related.
Raised in the intermountain west, the place of function over form, Kristin believes in delicious food without phenomenal fuss. When not brewing beer or creating other messes in the kitchen, she’s likely getting dirt under her nails, hiding out with a book, riding her bike, or cruising the farmer’s market for good greens. And yes, she has field-butchered a moose.
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