Rachel Pasche

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Gilbert, AZ
University Of Michigan, Denver Publishing Institute
Camping & Hiking, Food/Healthy Recipes, Travel, Publishing
  • Rachel has written on a variety of food-related topics including restaurant openings and menus, exploring and testing new healthy recipes found on the internet, and substitutions that can be made for recipes when supplies are limited.
  • In addition to writing for Mashed, Rachel writes for various magazines covering budget-friendly road trips and unique explorations within the Southwest region of the United States.
  • She writes for Wide Open Eats where she covers seasonal recipes, as well as Wide Open Spaces where she reviews camping gear.


Rachel has worked as a professional writer for nearly eight years, covering a variety of topics ranging from local music and art performances to simplified boondocking for the beginner. She has written for several publications large and small, including CNET, Narcity Media, ROVA Magazine, Nevada Magazine, Wide Open Media Group, among others. She has won several awards for her fiction writing, including Current Magazines Award for Creative Fiction.


Rachel has a Bachelor's Degree in English and Creative Writing from the University of Michigan, as well as a degree in Publishing from the Denver Publishing Institute.
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