Jonell Galloway

Jonell Galloway is a freelance writer who grew up on Wendell Berry and food straight from a backyard Kentucky garden. She attended Le Cordon Bleu and La Varenne cooking schools in Paris and the Académie du Vin, worked for the GaultMillau restaurant guide and CityGuides in France and Paris and for Gannett Company in the U.S. She collaborated on Le tour du monde en 80 pains / Around the World with 80 Breads with Jean-Philippe de Tonnac in France; André Raboud, Sculptures 2002-2009 in Switzerland; Ma Cuisine Méditerranéenne with Christophe Certain in France, At the Table: Food and Family around the World with Ken Albala, and a biography of French chef Pierre Gagnaire.

She ran a cooking school in France, and owned a farm-to-table restaurant, The Three Sisters’ Café, with her two sisters in the U.S. She organises the Taste Unlocked bespoke food and wine tasting awareness workshops with James Flewellen. She is an active member of Slow Food, and runs the food writing website The Rambling Epicure. Her work has been published in numerous international publications and interviewed on international public radio in France, Switzerland, and the U.S. She is now working on a book, What to Eat in Venice.