Maureen C. Berry

Writer and Photographer in Kentucky

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Hi. I'm an author, cook, indie publisher, podcaster and Kentucky-based sustainable seafood advocate.

When I'm not writing or cooking, I photograph wildlife, play with Reggie my neurotic, ten-year-old wire fox terrier (who thinks he's two), take naps, and try to play better guitar. But not at the same time! My go-to acoustic guitar songs are The Beatles "Let It Be" and anything Tom Petty.

I cracked and cooked over 125,000 chicken eggs over a ten-year period. I once rode a camel in Israel and a donkey in Martinique. I piloted a WWII T-6 Texan and have traveled to 136 destinations, both domestic and internationally. (Not in the T-6.)

These days I'm rooted in Kentucky, land of horses, hoops, and bourbon. And not necessarily in that order.

In 2016, I published Salmon From Market To Plate when you want to eat salmon that is good for you and the oceans, a narrative-driven cookbook for conscientious cooks who want to maintain a sustainable salmon kitchen.

In 2017, to keep the sustainable seafood conversation going while I work on the second book, Shrimp From Market To Plate, I launched a podcast, Green Fish Blue Oceans where stories about seafood are good for you and the oceans. Available on iTunes and Google Play. (And please subscribe!)

Need to get in touch? Or want to work with me? Check out my website maureencberry.com, tweet me @maureencberry or shoot me an email at maureencberry@gmail.com.

  • Work
    • Berry Consulting