The Gourmet Cartographer writes a recipe blog and a restaurant review site from her Bombay apartment. She was raised in Massachusetts but made frequent trips to Bombay to visit her grandparents and gorge on chutney and cheese dosas from the bus stop opposite her Nani’s big old bhooth bungalow (ghost house). After college, she worked at a children’s publishing company in New York and lived in Astoria. She spent the majority of her evenings watching The Wire while eating Mexican take-out. A lack of kitchen space drove her to an old brownstone in Park Slope, on the prettiest street in Brooklyn. She merrily cooked there until she fell in love and decided to move to Bombay. The Gourmet Cartographer’s new food mapping studio is in a lovely apartment overlooking the Arabian Sea. She rooms with her cute husband and their pet hippo, Winston.
The Gourmet Cartographer enjoys:
apples, carrots, sweet potatoes, brussels sprouts
pinching chubby babies
and pumpkin-picking in autumn.
Please write with any recipes or tips about buried turnips to:
traderjanki [at] gmail [dot] com