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Lauren Gordon, a Philadelphia native, graduated from Temple University's School of Communications and Theater in 2010 with a focus in Magazine Journalism.
Immediately after graduation, Lauren became the Assistant Editor of Philadelphia RowHome Magazine and since has done a multitude of freelance work for local publications.
Though writing is her first passion, food is a close second. In her time spent as an active journalist, she has done a lot of coverage on the local foodie culture, as well as starting her own blog THICKthin- an online weight loss journal complete with her own self-produced cooking show, HomeMade Healthy.
- Likes: Reading, traveling, music, art, Halloween and of course cooking.
- Dislikes: Brussel Sprouts, extremely spicy food, itchy sweaters, ignorance.
- All Time Favorite Restaurants: Anything in the Italian Market, FUEL Philly, Ooka Sushi and Hibachi Grille
- Foods I cannot live without: Sushi, Mac N' Cheese, bagels with veggie cream cheese, ground turkey, breakfast foods, Better N' Peanut Butter, and cereal.
- Best Meal Ever: The best meal I ever had was hands down in Ireland at the street fairs, filled with meat pies and Bulmer's Hard Cider.
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