A native of Northeast Ohio (USDA gardening zone 5), Blogmaster Paris Wolfe has been writing since she could grip a thick, blue Laddie pencil. Her best friend’s mother Pat Peters introduced her to herb gardening in 1990 and she has been obsessed eversince.
Writing about food, and herbs has been a passion throughout her career. She has been a restaurant reviewer and blogs for The Herb Society of America, Willoughby Outdoor Market and Paris Wolfe on Food + Travel. She’s written for The (Lake County) News-Herald, The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, Cleveland Magazine, Edible Cleveland, Chardon Magazine, Chagrin Magazine and so many more publications. As Blogmaster she works with writers and contributors to facilitate twice weekly posts.
Her favorite herbs, currently, include mint and everything lemon – lemon balm, lemon basil, lemon thyme. That could change tomorrow.
Away from the keyboard, Paris may be found herb gardening, traveling or finding motorcycle adventures with her boyfriend. She’s often in the kitchen cooking, eating and reading about food. A supporter of mom-and-pop shops and farmers, she avoids big box retailers. Paris lives in Geneva, Ohio, and is the mother of two college-age sons.