“Go, eat your bread with joy, and drink your wine with a merry heart, for God has already approved what you do.” Ecclesiastes 9:7
Hi, I’m Shanna Mallon, a freelance copywriter in Nashville, TN. I’ve been food blogging since 2008. I used to write on another site, sold in 2017; if you knew me there, welcome!
Go Eat Your Bread with Joy is a new outlet for posting approachable, bite-sized research on food topics. Read ideas on what to bring a new mom and posts detailing how far a $12 bag of cassava flour can take you. Get excited about bread-baking, or learn some simple facts about health.
Do you have a kitchen question you’d like explored? Reach out anytime!
What can you expect here?
- Recipe roundups
- Food inspiration
- Posts on kitchen questions
- Analyses of grocery sources
- As of May 2018, a lot of excitement about sourdough
- Posts on health topics
- Info on cooking with kids
- Nashville-related content
- There’s also the occasional recipe I’ve developed and/or loved to share with you
- (Explore topics on the categories page!)
Want to know a little more about me?
I’m a writer by profession. Since 2010, I’ve been a freelancer and, since 2011, a freelance copywriter in Nashville, TN, writing about everything from special education to manufacturing parts. In 2014, I co-published The Einkorn Cookbook (Fair Winds Press, 2014) with my husband, Tim. I’ve also developed recipes, shot photos and created travel guides for clients. I live in Nashville, in a mid-century fixer-upper, with Tim and our two small kids.
My writing has been featured by The Kitchn, MSN.com, Everyday Health, Better Homes & Gardens, Houzz.com, Food News Journal, Food52, Zeit Magazine, Mom.me, Babble, Delish.com, Parade, Foodista, Entrepreneur and Ragan PR. I’ve created recipes and shot photos for brands such as Larabar, Kroger and Aldi/Bon Appetit.
So that’s me. Who are you, and what’s your story? Feel free to reach out anytime, or follow me on Instagram to participate in the many food-related polls I’m posting in Stories. Sometimes these polls even become infographics.
Ready to start reading? Go to the blog.
You can also learn more via the links below or the social media links on the sidebar.