Food, without the gender bullshit. Not for cishet consumption.
I’m L.M., a bisexual nonbinary food blogger who lived in Japan and now lives in the Pacific Northwest. My pronouns are they/them/theirs. I also have used ze/zir/zirs, and those are fine, too!
Robin, sometimes referred to as C, is my partner of five years and uses they/them/theirs. (If you see pronoun/gender/name inconsistencies on the blog, I’ve had this blog for almost ten years, and that’s trans life, baby!)
When I’m not making satirical gender-reveal cakes or writing, you can find me swimming, gardening, cross-stitching, or community organizing.
About this blog
This blog started out as a food blog about learning to cook from scratch in Japan (2011-14); after I moved back to the U.S., I shifted the focus to being a queer food blog (2015- now). I post recipes here, as well as social commentary on the intersections of food, gender, and sexuality. Some of my favorite posts here are
- Big Queer Garden Salad
If you like my work, please consider becoming a patron on Patreon, where I post bonus recipes, links, and zine sneak-peaks. I also write zines about food, gender, queer history, and Midwestern topics as part of The Corners of Their Mouth Press.
Homophobic/biphobic/transphobic hate mail subject to mockery on social media.