Rachel Hughes is writer, performer, and visual artist. Her fiction has been published in the Frequency Writers anthology City & Sea, online at Soar For Harriet and The Bookwoman where her short story "Hinterland" placed third for fiction in the Women's National Book Association annual writing contest.
Best piece of advice you ever got about cooking: Never throw out the bones.
If you could only eat one meal forever, it would be: Two eggs over easy with homes fries and rye toast
Favorite food: Homemade chicken stock
Recommended reading: The Cooking Gene by Michael W. Twitty
Best meals: Top Ramen with cracked black pepper, onion powder, lemon juice, and egg.
Food you'd like to try: Sushi at Sukiyabashi Jiro