My name is Alison. I like to cook and eat. Most of my energy goes toward keeping my family healthy and well-fed, marketing, coaching content creators, and thinking about healthy and sustainable residential construction, but I’ve got a little left over for making music, studying Chinese, farm planning, and being a tidal wave of metal, fists and venom.
Here are some other things I like:
Bacon, Lego, green tea from Jeju Island, my gym, 70’s and 80’s metal, graphene, Haruki Murakami, ventilation and refrigeration, short ribs, The Economist, cognitive enhancers, KD Lang, raw sauerkraut, osteopathy, The Quitters, my own guacamole, math, Neal Stephenson, torch songs, prosciutto, general infrastructure, trap beats, pop physics, Claude Bragdon, hot water with lemon, artichokes, Brooklyn 99, Pilates, pastured meat, and Kipling, specifically the poem “If,” which I recite dramatically in the steam room when no one is there.