Anne Bramley

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At the age of fifteen, Anne took out her first subscription to Bon Appétit and soon thereafter started a small baking business out of her mother's house.

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Anne Bramley's first cookbook, Eat Feed Autumn Winter: 30 Ways to Celebrate When the Mercury Drops, was named one of the best food books of 2008 by Epicurious. With her dedication to seasonal eating and entertaining in the colder months, Anne encourages cooks to revel in ingredients such as pears, parsnips, and kale and to be ready to put on a quick and comforting spread at the drop of the first snowflake.


Anne is the host of Eat Feed, which was selected by as one of the best podcasts of 2005. Praised for an approach that is both scholarly and quirky, the podcasts delve into topics as diverse as 500 years before Jell-o, eating green in the Midwest, and Anglo-American relations through cookies and biscuits. The podcast was singled out by The Boston Globe and Saveur, referencing its “delightfully food-geeky segments" (Globe) and "folksy, bookish vibe" (Saveur).


Anne studied English Renaissance literature and food history while working on a BA and PhD at the University of Chicago. She and her family live in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where they eagerly await the next snow day. Recipes, podcast episodes, and a food blog are available at



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