Adrienne Katz Kennedy

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London, England
Cleveland State University, Roehampton University
Food, Culture, Anthropology
  • Adrienne has been working in food education and food media for the last 12 years. Her work within cookery schools earned her a finalist title in the category of Unsung Heroes at the UK's Cookery School Awards.
  • She has contributed to three cookbooks, including the Gourmand Award-winning "Hong Kong Diner."
  • As a freelance writer for the last three years, her work has appeared in multiple publications including Sierra Magazine, Heated by Bittman, Whetstone Journal, Vittles, Pit Magazine, and more.


Adrienne has been writing, cooking, and questioning since she was old enough to reach the kitchen counter. She uses her training in anthropology and performance to investigate culture through the lens of food. Adrienne is interested in understanding where food comes from, who makes it, and why it can be such a vessel for joy, empathy, and connection.


Adrienne completed her undergraduate work in cultural anthropology at Cleveland State University, before packing her suitcases and moving to England to earn her master's in the field of Dance Anthropology from Roehampton University.
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