Louisville Magazine

OCT 2018

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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kentuckycenter.org 12 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 10.18 INTER-OFFICE MEMO Librarian — or anything that keeps me in close proximity to a book. Maya O. McKenzie Editorial intern I've always joked that I'd drop everything to be a prop maker for Wes Anderson. Jenny Kiefer Associate writer Baker, if I could figure out a healthy way to get out of bed extra early after habitually staying up late. I have a good understanding of kitchen science — how flavor en- hancers, sweeteners, leaveners, oils, moisteners and varying ingredient amounts physically and chemically work. I enjoy greasing cookie sheets and pans, as well as transferring goods from oven to cooling racks. I love using butter and cream, chocolate and nuts, cinnamon and liqueurs, and baking with diced fruit (or, in quiches, bacon, onion and crabmeat). Working in a white T-shirt would be nice too. Jack Welch Copy editor I've always been told that I should've become a chef. (My most popular dish is my mom's recipe for eggrolls called lumpia Shang- hai.) But I've also been told that I should've been a food stylist, which I could've been pretty good at and enjoyed more. Michelle Roeder Louisville Tickets For the past 10 or so years I have often found myself in troves of health research. Not, like, what Beyoncé happens to be eating. I'm talking about some hardcore NCBI studies. (Yes, the fact that I remember that acronym for the National Center for Biotechnology Information is weird.) What inhibits iron absorption? How much vitamin D is too much? I sometimes have to remind myself that so many factors contribute to good health and that scanning articles until my eyes burn is probably not one of them. And then I enter something like "phone screen" in the search box to see what effects that has on the body. My point is, I probably have enough basic understanding and genuine curiosity and passion to breeze through some type of medical or nutritional degree and help people find solutions to their ailments. Mary Chellis Nelson Managing editor Social media editor. I'd go on Face- book and Twitter and tell people their posts are stupid, ill-advised or thoughtless repetitions of worn-out hoaxes. Nobody would like me. Oh, wait. Jenni Laidman Writer at large What job (besides your current one) could you do really well?

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