Felisa Rogers

Felisa Rogers studied history and nonfiction writing at the Evergreen State College and went on to teach writing to kids for five years. She lives in Oregon’s coast range, where she works as a freelance writer and editor.

Lessons of a reluctant hunter Felisa Rogers
When home-grown was apolitical Felisa Rogers
Our stubborn faith in aphrodisiacs Felisa Rogers
Bridging the Irish-Italian divide Felisa Rogers
The recipe for security Felisa Rogers
Why Americans sing about food Felisa Rogers
Why we get wasted on New Year's Felisa Rogers
The Republican in-laws I've come to love Felisa Rogers
The birth of America's bastardized cuisine Felisa Rogers
When the recession breeds kitchen creativity Felisa Rogers
The crepes that crossed the Atlantic Felisa Rogers
The twisted history of candy Felisa Rogers
Would you eat this lamb's heart? Felisa Rogers
Gardening my way out of the doldrums Felisa Rogers
Kale-filled crepes recipe Felisa Rogers