Chef Hannah!

Thanks for stopping by Hungry Hannah! I’m just a 25 year old girl who loves food and loves to cook. I have my Bachelor’s degree in biology and work at a children’s hospital during the week, but spend much of my spare time in my kitchen cooking up new recipes, browsing food blogs, or watching Food Network. I live just outside of Boston, Massachusetts with two good friends from college who I sometimes force-feed my food to. (Love you guys!)

Growing up with a true foodie for a dad, and a mom who was frequently cooking us fresh meals, it seemed inevitable that I would eventually become a foodie myself. In high school and college, I was really into photography and when I began to develop my love for cooking, the natural thing seemed to be to start a food blog.

I aim to post fresh and lighter recipes on this blog, but if I find or create a recipe I really love, I will probably post it no matter how many calories it has. Food is a great way to bring people together and knowing how to cook is a great skill to have, no matter your age or background!

I hope you enjoy browsing my blog, and feel free to say hi or leave feedback at any time. πŸ™‚

14 responses »

  1. I just found your blog, and I am in love with it! You have such tasty looking recipes and so many healthy ones (I hope to have more healthy recipes on my blog soon..)! Found you through Foodgawker and pinned a few recipes, can’t wait to try them πŸ™‚

  2. I really love your blog! I just started one a little over a month ago (gourmettasteforthecollegebuds.blogspot.com) and I am having so much fun with it, and your recipes have definitely inspired me to try some new things! Just wanted to say awesome work!

    • Hi Erica, thank you for commenting! College is when I started to get into cooking and blogging as well and I found it to be the perfect way to de-stress from school work. I will have to check out your blog!

  3. So I made your Asian Sesame Salmon last night for the family. This was the first time I ever had salmon let alone cook it. My husband thought it was so funny that a 30 something year old never had salmon before, but I’m picky about my fish. It was so good, even my 10 year old daughter finished it wanting more. Will be making it again, it was so easy. Thanks for posting the recipe and cannot wait to try your Mongolian Beef! So glad I found your blog!

    • Hi Vanessa, thanks for your comment! I’m so glad you and your family enjoyed the salmon. I love Asian-inspired recipes and find that the salmon really shines with a teriyaki-type sauce. Mongolian Beef is one of my favorite meals – hope you enjoy!

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