Press and Praise!
Have you heard? The good word? Of the foodie who was not a snob, but fun, and funny, and genuinely entertaining? And also a really hard worker?
I’m talking about myself, here…obviously. Read all about it!
Or listen, or watch, or whatever.
Take a gander at what other folks are saying about Fun Foodie NYC Tours, or hear founder, Adrienne Cooper talking about the business herself.
Thanks to everyone who's written about this fan of food and good times, and anyone who's invited Adrienne to talk shop on their podcast is more than a friend!
My family finally found a reason to be proud of me--I was featured in a Buzzfeed article! The branded content that was created to promo a show that's got Snoop as a producer, was generous enough to include me in a list of hardcore women who've made their own destinies. The company that I keep in this list is truly mind-blowing, from the two broads who created one of my favorite parody news sites, Reductress, to a fellow foodie female who owns and operates The Rolling Brick Food Truck. Click on the link above to read the full piece and in case you're wondering who some of my heroes are, they include my Mother, Grandmothers, and Alice Foote MacDougall.
The beautiful women of the Soul Glo Project are friends and funny ladies! They're supportive and smart and super entertaining! I was so grateful to be asked on the show, and it was one of the first few things I was doing to get back on my feet after my ankle injury. We discuss comedy in terms of food, I answered a couple of classic questions and then we tried a game of two truths and a lie. They continue to support the Food Funny and the Fun Foodie, and now Emily's got a great instagram of her eating ice cream. Check it out!
My friend Dennis, do you know him? Well he has a podcast! It's super easy to remember the name, too. Dennis Has a Podcast. Dennis Holden is now someone I think of as a friend, but we connected because of our mutual friends, first. My good friend Adriane (yes, I know), was on his podcast and so when I took a listen and shared the post he realized what fun friends we had in common and invited me to be on his show. Of course, I said! And we scheduled the meeting for a date in winter, that ended up being rather snowy. I trekked out to Astoria, as I'm not one to break a date--especially where I get to talk about myself, and Dennis didn't! It was an earnest misunderstanding, as he thought we were scheduled for a phone interview at a different time. After I gave him a lot of slack for it, we rescheduled at my favorite neighborhood joint, Bettolona. We ate and talked.