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Anita Parris Soule is a Virginia native with a passion for delicious food and beautiful words. She is a blogger, food photographer, and recipe developer at cookonawhim.com, a blog she created in 2013 to share her love of cooking and writing. Her appetite for food, cooking, and all things culinary was inspired early on by her father and has never stopped growing. With a strong French influence, her meals are simple, classic, and unique. She loves baking sweet treats, too. Especially on snow days. She lives in the country with her husband, kids, and animals, and is an English graduate of George Mason University. She has been featured on The Feed Feed, as well as written several articles for DCfud, freelanced for The Fauquier Times-Democrat newspaper, and guest-blogged for BeFunky.com in Portland, Oregon. Find her on:
Marie Rayner is a Canadian, who moved over to the UK and began a new life in the year 2000. At the age of 45 she decided she needed a career change and went back to College to take a Chef’s course, after which she worked as a Personel Chef for a number of years. Since retiring she has authored a cookbook entitled, The English Kitchen, an anglophiles lovenote to English Cuisine (Passageway Press) based on her popular blog, The English Kitchen. Prior to her arrival in the UK she had been told that English was awful, which she soon discovered was not the case! She has made it her Mission since then to prove that English food is a wonderful mix of the traditional and non-traditional, a melting pot of cultures mixed with some of the finest ingredients in the world, one recipe at a time. When she’s not in the kitchen she enjoys painting, writing, making dolls and the Gilmore Girls. She can be found at theenglishkitchen.
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