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Beth Williams

Plant-Based Recipe Developer and Writer

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Beth is co-founder of Williams Raines, the boutique content agency specialized in recipe development, food photography and delectable prose. She has 13+ years of marketing and communications experience and has successfully freelanced since 2011. Born and raised in France to Canadian and English parents, Beth is perfectly bilingual in English and French. She has lived and worked in Paris, Toronto, London, Dublin and Barcelona.

Beth currently resides in Barcelona with her husband and a hefty collection of cookbooks.

VegWorld Magazine
Roasted Poblano Corn Chowder

This light corn chowder takes advantage of summer’s end-of-season bounty. Roasting the poblano pepper first imparts a wonderful smoky flavor.

Chelan Fresh
An apple a day: What makes apples so healthy?

You've probably heard the proverb "An apple a day keeps the doctor away." This saying was first recorded in Wales during the 1860's with the original wording "Eat an apple on going to bed, and you'll keep the doctor from earning his bread."

Chelan Fresh
Holiday meal planning with apple and pear recipes

The holidays are right around the corner and it's time for some meal planning! Getting through the holidays can be tricky, especially when hosting or contributing to multiple family gatherings. Meal planning is simply looking ahead and deciding what recipes to prepare for when, and what you need to make them.

Chelan Fresh
One bowl meals: comforting everyday recipes

The humble bowl is a simple yet ideal vessel for an untold number of dishes. Offering mobility and comfort, a meal in a bowl can just as easily be consumed at the dinner table or curled up on the couch.

1.2.3. Veggie
Lemon-Dill Hummus (Article in French)

Cette recette de houmous citron aneth peut être dégustée de mille façons : avec des crudités ou des chips de pain pita, en sauce pour agrémenter une salades de pâtes, en tartinade dans un sandwich ou un wrap... Les options sont infinies !