Work With Me

Want to work with Amy of WJWE? I love collaborating with companies for products and causes I am passionate about. Here are just a few ways we can work together. I can also customize packages for you!

Why work with me? WJWE has a loyal following of Jewish readers of all ages and Austin locals who trust my opinion! Please email me at amy [at] whatjewwannaeat [dot] com to discuss any opportunities in detail. I can’t wait to work with you!

Freelance Writing:  As a culinary school graduate, I write regularly about food and wine for publications such as The Nosher, The Austinist, The Jewish Week, The Austin Chronicle and others and am always looking for new opportunities. Please check out my Press Page for more examples. 

Personal Chef/Catering/Cooking Classes: I offer meals, small catering gigs and cooking classes for kids and adults in the Austin area. Contact me for more details!

Product Reviews/Giveaways: If you have a product, cookbook, service or appliance that fits WJWE and our readers, I would love to host a review or giveaway!

Brand Ambassador: An opportunity to have WJWE represent your brand by blog posts, Twitter and Facebook mentions, videos, travel opportunities or even on a press trip. I love to share new products and travel opportunities with WJWE readers!

Recipe Development: I can make fun and unique recipes to highlight your product. Here is an example of a recipe development project. Here are some sample recipes!

Advertise on WJWE: Please contact me for rates and details.

Brand Events and Sponsored Trips: If your brand is hosting a food event or planning a press trip, I would love to attend, learn about your product or service and share the experience with WJWE readers.

Conferences and Food Events: I would be happy to represent your product or service at a food conference or event and blog, write and photograph it! I am active in social media platforms such as Instagram that would make it fun to share while I am at the event.

Restaurant reviews: As an Austin, Texas based blogger and culinary student, I love to try new restaurants! If you have a place that you would like me to try out and promote to WJWE readers, please contact me!
Please email me at amy [at] whatjewwannaeat [dot] com to discuss any opportunities in detail. I can’t wait to work with you!

Disclosure: I am occasionally compensated to provide my opinion on products, services, and pertinent topics. Although I receive compensation, all opinions are always my own. Girl Scout’s promise!

Comments

  1. Awesome, and I have only browsed for a few minutes! Keep up the good work. I am just getting started….and as you can see, ongepatshket.

  2. Sam Smiley says:

    Stop stealing middle eastern food and claiming it is Jewish. I don’t see Jews of Russia or Eastern Europe having falafel and hummus back in their part of the world, not until the Zionist occupied Palestine and they moved to Palestine and stealing the Arabs (Christian, Jews and Muslims) receipes and claiming it is Jewish…. Stop forging history

    • Hi Sam,
      Jewish food reflects the history of its people. No one is stealing anything, food evolves. Jews in Israel and Sephardic Jews eat different food than the Ashkenazis of Eastern Europe but it doesn’t make the food any less Jewish. It is only natural to incorporate foods you grew up with with flavors of where you live. That is what makes cooking so fun! Thanks for stopping by!

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