I am a long time food writer, author of four books (the fifth comes out in September), an Italian cook, mushroom hunter , master canner, and all-around bloated pleasure seeker. I am married to architect Kevin Bone with whom I have two grown children, and live and write and cook in a loft in SoHo that Kevin moved into in 1978, when it had nothing but six urinals. I grew up in a food environment as my dad, Ed Giobbi, is an accomplished Italian cook and cookbook author. He and my mom hung out with a gang of chefs who were influential in their day, and I learned a lot from observing them. Indeed, those chefs shaped my attitude about food: to use everything, to taste constantly, and to be grateful for every mouthful.
Many of the photos for this blog were taken by Megan Fawn Schlow.
Megan Fawn Schlow is a photographer and food stylist whose work has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers, including Gourmet, The New York Times, and Bon Appétit. She has contributed to a number of books as a food stylist and recipe tester, and was the primary photographer for Eugenia Bone’s book, Well-Preserved. Her advertising clients include Russ and Daughters and Mondavi Wines, and she has worked with many food photographers and personalities throughout her career. She is based in New York City. Website