As a trained anthropologist I have been fortunate enough to live abroad in some fantastic places. France seduced me the first time I visited and I made it a priority to spend more time there and indulge in its culinary and cultural delights. While teaching English in a French culinary school I was also able to work and live on an organic vegetable farm in a small French village. I cultivated many friendships with all kinds of people, but especially with artisan food producers as my culinary curiosity led to short internships and stages. My fluency in French and a love of food and cooking gave me a “backstage pass” into many bakeries, butcher shops, farms, cheesemakers, and other food producers and farmers.
Saveur the Journey is about sharing the wonderful experiences I have had in France, Switzerland, Sweden and the US. My unique perspective and position allows me to introduce others to an experience that differs from other tourist companies.
Read more about Aaron Schorsch and Saveur the Journey in these articles published by Salon, The Courier Journal, Davidson College, and New Venture Advisors:
I spent nine days in France getting a behind-the-scenes taste of the world’s best food
C’est délicieux! Debunking the myth of haute French cuisine in my Old Louisville kitchen
For the love of all that is delicious, why don’t we eat duck more often in this country?
Homegrown ideas take root in the classroom
Immersion into the French Food System