About The GastroGnome

Being a GastroGnome is not about sitting idly on the front lawn of culinary cottages, but rather, it is about exploration into the wide world of culinary creations. The GastroGnome is young, daring and always on the look out for something new. There is no animal part too scary, no dining method to exotic. And after The Gastrognome eats, The Gastrognome tells. The GastroGnome is a daring cook as much as she is a daring eater, and after many delicious meals, she tries to recreate them in her home kitchen. You can contact the GastroGnome: naomibishop at gmail.com

The Gastrognome does, on occasion, accept freebies from companies, but you’ll always be told if The Gastrognome didn’t pay for a product or meal referred to in a post.

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12 Responses

  1. Naomi.

    This is genius! When did you start doing this? What have you been up to? Hope that your doing well.

    Raija

  2. I FOUND it!!! The link on the touchy waiter brought me right here.

    Lots to do out and about today, but I’ll look forward to this evening, spent with all these luscious words and pictures.

    rachel

  3. Gnomey….Its Will Carter from Salt Lake….Is this really you?

    Will

  4. POOP!

    (this is totally julie, btw)

  5. Oops, I didn’t know that it would actually get posted…I thought you would have to approve (or disapprove). Hello world, I’m 10.

  6. This is great. I’m always excited to see other people in Seattle that are excited about food.

    Eric

  7. Naomi — So good to meet you yesterday. I would have loved to have talked more. (For instance, among other connections, I have spent three summers in Peru, including the Northern coast.) Thanks for the introduction to some more great dishes at Chiangs.

  8. I love your site — I had to bookmark it on my blog. The tamales are adorable and all the bright colors in the photos are just lovely. Hooray for Northwest foodies!

  9. My name is Jeff Anderson and I represent a new hard cider in the Northwest, Crispin Cider. I would like to mail or drop off samples of Crispin Hard Apple Cider. Please let me know what works best for you.

    Thanks,
    Jeff

  10. Favorite sequence from a Brian De Palma film. ,

  11. Hello from Cafe Nordo!

    We have some availability for Cafe Nordo tomorrow, (Thursday,) and are offering $50 tickets at Brown Paper Tickets under the Passcode “babychick”. Might your readership like to know? If you could pass it on, we would so appreciate it.

    Thank you for your kind words!

  12. Hi gg/alias dagoose!

    I hunted and hunted on the ChowHound board for my upcoming visit to Chicago, and FINALLY found your thread! Wonders of wonders!

    (Was searching for “ethnic” (ugh!) hole in the wall (ugh!) African – better!! and got to you!)

    If you’re ever coming to Boston, our “crew” will give you a tour of the BEST! Cheers!

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