Month: March 2016

“So, What Do You Do?”

Some days, I help write copy for signs in the SHED retail store. Tomorrow is my one month anniversary of my new job at SHED. In that time, I’ve had the opportunity to partake in some unique, tasty, learning experiences. I recently had the honor of helping write the signage for the March Story Table–a gorgeous, central space in the retail store that centers around a monthly theme. This month’s theme is “foodshed” and features several winners from the 2016 Good Food Awards (where I interned in the summer of 2014). I was so happy to see these two circles in my life intersect and put some hard-working producers in the spotlight. I’ve also been contributing content to the SHED blog and checked in on the Tofu Making Workshop with Japanese cooking instructor Sonoko Sakai a few weeks ago. I’ve since tried to make the term “bean to block” catch on (unsuccessfully), as she really did go from soaked soybeans to hand pressed blocks of tofu within a couple of hours. I’ll never look at the store-bought stuff the same way again. I …