About Have Knives, Will Cook: 

I started Have Knives, Will Cook with the belief that you don’t have to be a professional chef or have a professional quality kitchen to enjoy restaurant quality, from-scratch cooking at home. This blog is a celebration of sharing great food at home with family and friends. Whether it’s a simple dinner for two, a chaotic weeknight family dinner, or a large gathering, my hope is to share information, instruction, and inspiration to help you make the most of each season’s bounty, and build wonderful food memories at home.  Please feel free to share your ideas and stories here too.


About Me:

Welcome to Have Knives, Will Cook. My name is Priscilla and I am a working chef in New York City.  I know it seems like a conflict of interest for me to encourage folks to cook more at home, but for almost all chefs, that’s where their love affair with food begins. Growing up in a multi-cultural, multi-lingual household, I learned to love all food and am always hungry for more.  I also write, travel, and photograph. That’s why I’m so thankful to live in a city that is diverse enough to be a constant source of inspiration.  If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please feel free to email me at aymagrup@gmail.com or leave your comment at the end of any post or page.  Cheers.

Link to professional bio


4 thoughts on “About

  1. hi Priscilla!

    great to see you are a total foodie! I was wondering what restaurant you cook at- I am in nyc from time to time and am always looking for new restaurants.

    hope all is well for you, both personally and professionally!


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