The Sustainable Kitchen’s® services include food and travel and outdoor industry writing and content creation, based out of Basalt, Colorado.

Owner Laurel Miller displaying how she earned the nickname "Goat Girl." It made elementary school fun.

Owner Laurel Miller displaying how she earned the nickname “Goat Girl.” It made elementary school fun.

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Laurel’s knowledge and enthusiasm for promoting artisanal food and beverages is extraordinary. She has contributed numerous feature stories to our publication over a seven year period, and has posted on social media on our behalf. Her professionalism and commitment to meeting deadlines have made her a pleasure to work with but her passion for food is what truly makes her contributions stand out. Laurel is a proven asset to Edible Aspen and will be to any team.” Lisa Houston, Publisher, Edible Aspen

A proponent of sustainable foodstuffs, Laurel has written about farm-to-table issues long before they became popular. Her extensive international network of farmers and artisanal producers ensures her story ideas are fresh and timely.” Kate Leahy, award-winning cookbook author (A16 Food + Wine; SPQR: Modern Italian Food and Wine; The Preservation Kitchen, with Paul Virant).

Laurel has a great knack for capturing the vibe of her clients and tailoring social media posts to fit the different companies she works with.  Her extensive knowledge of all things cheese, and her connections in the industry were a huge plus for us.” Wendy Mitchell, owner, Avalanche Cheese Company