Hey, y’all. Do you read Preston Hollow People, a community newspaper covering the latest events and to-dos in Preston Hollow? I hope you do, because there’s an awesome profile of me in it published early this November.
What makes this profile extra special is that my friend Kersten Rettig wrote it. Kersten is an expert food blogger and a fantastic storyteller. More importantly, we’re both part of the Les Dames d’Escoffier Dallas. She’s actually Les Dames’ current president.
Thank you so much, Kersten, for that touching writeup. I heart you for it.
What did Kersten say about me?
If you want to know the latest news and the hottest scenes and happenings in Preston Hollow, you only need to pick up a copy of Preston Hollow People. This award-winning community newspaper covers a wide variety of issues, including business, sports, food, and the arts. It even reports on school events. Moreover, the newspaper is a sister-publication of Park Cities People, as well as an affiliate of D Magazine.
What did Kersten and I talk about in her writeup? Kersten pretty much laid out everything there is to know about me. She wrote about how I came to the States after a childhood in Bangkok. She described the serendipitous way that my baby Asian Mint came to be. And she added her observations on how Asian Mint evolved over the years. Kersten also mentioned Nikky Feeding Souls and how I intend it to be my very own platform for sharing Thai food and culture with y’all.
Want a selfie with me?
Kersten opened her story with how I like taking selfies with my Mint Fanatics. It’s true. I like taking selfies and groufies, and I like sharing them whenever possible.
So if you happen to be enjoying a meal at Asian Mint and I happen to be there, don’t be afraid to take a selfie with me. I won’t bite, I promise.
Check out Kersten’s article and see you at Asian Mint!