I am passionate about cooking
and love bringing family and friends together around my table. I first learned to cook with my
Grandmother Nye, an award winning New England cook ($5 prize for her fish chowder from the now defunct Boston Post newspaper!)
Every summer, I played sous chef for Nana. She baked blueberry pies and I made jam tarts from the pie crust scraps.
Want to see me in action? I make regular appearances on ABC affiliate WMUR's
Cook's Corner. You can watch me make Asparagus Risotto, Strawberries and Cream and much, much more!
I'd love to get to know you. In print, on television and live, I'm out and about! Find out where and when on my
For almost two decades, I lived a stone’s throw from the French border in Switzerland. With my day job as a sales and marketing executive, I traveled the world and brought home
new and different recipes and entertainment ideas. From those simple jam tarts I have built up an eclectic array of dishes fusing the
tastes of New England, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia.
I am delighted to be back in New
Hampshire. I stay busy living the good life. When I am not writing or cooking, you can find me in my garden, walking around Pleasant Lake
or kayaking. In the winter I am out on my skis.
In my spare time, I volunteer for a number
of worthy organizations. I am one of the early committee members, helping organize the New Hampshire Women’s Leadership Summit. I have been
happy to mentor students at my alma mater,
Babson College. I enjoy working with other entrepreneurs and served on the board and as Vice
Chair and Chair of New Hampshire Women’s Business Center, a terrific organization which supported business owners with education, coaching and
networking programs for fifteen years. Closer to home, I’ve started Eat Well – Do Good. I host a monthly dinner party to raise money to support the Alzheimer's Association.
I look forward to sharing my
stories, my kitchen and my table with you.
My Nana Nye
and her 1930
Fanny Farmer Cookbook