Author Archive: Guest Contributor
Zomppa Board member Gabe is on a six-month sabbatical with his wife. As the two wander the world, volunteering, they are also testing and exploring new foods and cultures. Check out New Yorker Gabe’s thoughts on his first time eating in Bangladesh. For more on his ventures with his wife, please check out their blog. My […]
We are pleased to feature guest writer, Mehmet Burk, the senior writer for Melting Glacier Analytics, which analyzes emerging international disasters and unique humanitarian initiatives. He also has written for has written for Monthly Developments Magazine, EurasiaNet, Environmental Graffiti, and on InterAction.org. Food Security Updates for Zomppa Readers: Zomppa readers who would like to join the Melting Glacier […]
Welcome to our guest writers from Once You Go Vegan. I met this lovely family on Saturday morning at the Durham Farmer’s Market selling the most amazing donuts – and they were vegan! It turned out they had extensive culinary experience at some of my favorite DC restaurants. But how the move from southern soul […]
Remember our incredible partner, Real Good Food, at the Bull City Food Exchange? They are such a hit that communities want to see them grow – but to grow, they need your support. Seeing as how we walked off with some amazing peanut butter chocolate treats, lemon honey, and met some great neighbors while at […]
Thanks to our guest contributor, Michael, of Daylight Magazine, a non-profit focusing on using art to highlight issues of social importance. Michael is here to tell us of an exciting new initiative based in North Carolina that promotes local food, local community, and local fellowship! Welcome, Michael! Founded in 2003, Daylight is dedicated to using […]
As I’m sure most of you know, Belinda is the brains behind the entire Zomppa operation. If it wasn’t for her (and her B-I-G dreams), so much of Zomppa would not be possible. ****Wishing you the very best and brightest birthday, Belinda.**** You’re really old now.
Welcome to our guest contributor, Justine Williams! Justine is a sociocultural anthropologist who studies social and economic justice, particularly as it relates to food and agriculture. We are excited to hear her work bettering our communities with Real Good Food! Learn how to support these efforts. By Justine Williams A couple years ago, Devin McIntire […]