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Hello and welcome to Lore of the Ladle!

I’m Hannah, a keen recipe tester and an ambitious researcher of exciting ingredients and obscure food history. I’m drawn to recipes with compelling heritage and geographic terroir, and I’m heavily influenced by seasonality, sourcing locally and organically to find the absolute acme of each ingredient. My biggest delight is in the way proper attention to good ingredients can turn something as modest as a turnip into a gastronomic epiphany.

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    Hello and welcome to Lore of the Ladle. My name is Hannah Robie and I am a recent graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in Art History who realized post-graduation that her real passion lay in mindful cooking. A keen recipe tester and an ambitious researcher in nutrition, I am lucky enough to work with a boutique food PR firm in the Bay Area, allowing me to engage in the Bay Area food scene on a day-to-day basis. I am drawn to recipes that are mindfully created, those that demonstrate an attention to foodways through sincere connection to history, culture and aesthetics. My philosophy emphasizes seasonality and sourcing locally and organically while searching for the perfect expression of simple ingredients. My biggest delight is in the way proper attention to good ingredients can turn something as modest as a turnip into a gastronomic epiphany.

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