To us, food isn’t just food; it’s the story and the essence of the person who made it, and there’s something magnetic about that.
Also, we love that food has this wonderful way of pulling people of different backgrounds and cultures together.-NomsPedia
The Noms Pedia is a website dedicated to helping people learn about food and cooking.
We believe that good food starts with education, and our goal is to provide our readers with the resources they need to make healthy, delicious meals for themselves and their families.
Whether you’re a seasoned cook or just starting out, we’ve got something for you. So come on in, have a seat at our table, and let’s get cooking!
Meet Our Team
There are few things in the world more meaningful than spending time cooking a meal for loved ones and then having a feast in each other’s company. A glass of good wine completes the experience but is not strictly speaking necessary.
There are people who eat to live, there are people who live to eat…..I come under second category…coz if there is so much to taste and enjoy as food, why not enjoy it to the max, we can…
As an ex-chef, Amy feels she has a lot of know-how that she can share with readers that you won’t get from a writer that is just a food enthusiast.
Her favorite way to write about food is as if she is chatting to a friend and giving them some tips.
If her readers leave feeling enriched and entertained then she know her job is done.
Cooking is an act of love that brings people together in a way that transcends culture, language, and interests. Different foods connect us to the many histories, cultures, and peoples of the world.
Darla Romanski is a savvy food, nutrition, foraging, and gardening writer based in the Chicago Northwest Suburbs.
In an effort to overcome a chronic illness, she dove into researching the many healing diets available.
And found a love of cooking and developing nutritionally dense recipes that are both healing and delicious.
When she’s not cooking or writing, you can find her reading and dream about being at the beach.
Agnes Szeplaki lives, works, and writes in Budapest, Hungary. She has spent many years honing her craft, writing about foods, cooking and kitchen.
Despite having a degree in Marketing, her true passion, calling, and life is writing. She seeks knowledge of both traditional and modern cuisines and techniques.
Between bonsai gardening sessions, she is always ready to share her next culinary adventure while enjoying a steaming hot cup of coffee.
Everyone loves food and I am no different. However, my love for food goes deeper than just the urge to eat, I also loves watching food shows.
Food is our culture, and in that sense, food is our identity. It is something that no one can take from us, no matter how far from home we go.