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Sarah Feidt — An artist and foodie at number four

Posted by Jesse Middleton | Posted in Interviews and Bios | Posted on 17-07-2009

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We’re very excited for Sarah, one of our two chefs at the next Open ChefAMe, to be cooking for all of you.  Sarah FeidtShe has a menu of summery foods that will knock your socks off.  And if you’re the adventurous type, maybe you can join her on one of her wilderness trips the next time she’s not making a delectable meal.

Sarah is an artist, educated as a biologist/mathematician at Bryn Mawr College, trained as tech support for many years, and working now as the Creative Lead of XtraGlobex, a strategic business development firm in Philadelphia, and in her free time as a guide for the area’s largest adventure club, TerraMar Adventures. When she’s not consulting to businesses or leading groups into the PA wilderness, she spends her time in the flamenco or tango studio, at the archery or gun range, on a horse, standing in front of an easel, or sitting in front of a piano or computer. She will on occasion sleep, but given the option she would rather drink more coffee and keep going. This might be how she finds time to cook.

A foodie by nature, Sarah really started getting to know her kitchen when she began “clean eating” — removing all processed foods and substances from her diet. She quickly learned that she had to cook in order to sustain that lifestyle, and just as quickly learned she had to cook creatively to sustain her sanity. The spark caught, and Sarah has been increasingly inventive and enthusiastic about cooking and subjecting her friends (and now community) to her culinary whims ever since.

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[...] Published Sarah Feidt — An artist and foodie at number four [...]

[...] Sarah Feidt, who leads adventure tours, just struck me as someone really nifty. She was strong and competent, with a much quieter and subversive sense of drama. [...]

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