Baker, Butcher, Bottlers, and Babes


Embarking on a journey as a food blogger with the JetSetting Fashionista since 2009 embodies more than just a passion for delectable cuisine; it represents a commitment to sharing, community, and a universal belief that everyone deserves access to nutritious meals. Sharing food transcends the act of eating together; it's a gesture of hospitality, love, and solidarity. It bridges cultural divides, fosters friendships, and builds communities. For a food blogger, every shared recipe, restaurant review, or culinary adventure is a testament to the beauty of diverse cuisines and the stories they tell. Through engaging narratives and captivating visuals, they invite readers into a world where every meal has a story worth telling and every dish deserves to be savored.

However, amidst this celebration of culinary arts, a stark reality looms—global hunger.  No child in America should ever go hungry. Sadly, too many kids lack access to the nourishment they need to thrive.  CHEFS Cycle, an initiative that brings chefs and food enthusiasts together to raise awareness and funds to end child hunger, symbolizes hope and the power of community.  That's why I'm participating in Chefs Cycle for No Kid Hungry, an incredible initiative that combines culinary talent, physical endurance, and fundraising to fight childhood hunger.

For a decade, Chefs Cycle has brought together passionate chefs and culinary community member committed to making a difference. By taking on physical challenges, we're raising awareness and vital funds to ensure that no child in America is left behind.

But we can't do it alone. We need your support to create lasting change. By donating today, you become a force in the fight against childhood hunger. Together, we can provide nutritious meals, hope, and a brighter future for these deserving children.

At No Kid Hungry, we say that $1 can help provide 10 meals for kids. Donors sometimes ask: How is this possible?

It’s not because we get a bulk discount on food. In fact, we don’t buy food at all. Because lack of food isn’t the problem in the United States. The problem is ensuring that children have reliable access to the food they need.

No Kid Hungry does that by supporting school and community meals programsproviding grants to help people get the equipment they need to feed kids and advocating for better laws and policies.

Join us in this powerful mission. Together, we can make hunger a thing of the past for every child in America.

To learn more about Chefs Cycle, visit To learn more about the No Kid Hungry campaign, visit

Baker, Butcher, Bottlers, and Babes