Ariel is a food writer in Boston, MA. She is interested in the ways food connect, divide, and define us in today's world. She thinks food should be shared, ice cream is for every day, and that everyone should have a seat at the table.
Ariel holds an MLA in Gastronomy from Boston University, where she focused her thesis research on value and identity formation in alternative food communities. Her work now focuses on the intersection of food, gender, identity, and community building through shared meals.
Ariel is available for event planning and contributing writing. Inquire here.