Barbara Hendrick ’12
Barbara was born in Lima, Peru, but has been a proud resident of MoCo (Montgomery County, Maryland) since 1998. Currently a sophmore in MAE, her free time is divided between Engineers Without Borders, soccer and the salsa club.
Morgan Ong ’12
Morgan is a computer science major and Las Vegas native with a penchant for over-analyzing essay prompts (and parenthetical phrasing). While not particularly culinary-inclined, she can make a mean scallop pasta using nothing but the latest podcast of The Bugle (and a fully-stocked kitchen/fridge).
Diana Lam ’12
Diana is from Staten Island (home of two Jersey Shore members!) and is a fan of eggplants, arepas, and shiny shoes. Her dream is to one day become Adam from Man vs. Food.
Grace Zhu ’12 (Fall 2010)
Grace is a sophomore intending to major in Molecular Biology, hailing first from America, then China, then Singapore. She eats anything but durians, entrails, and things that move. She often has intense cravings for seaweed and mushrooms. Some favorites from around the world are Indian, Middle Eastern, Andalusian, Thai, Shanghainese, and of course, Singaporean food. In her free time, she avoids homework, plays the classical guitar, and scavenges for snacks.
Habin Chung ’12
Habin is a Politics major from South Korea. She likes taking photos, going on long walks, sleeping especially napping, reading, writing random things especially letters, meeting interesting people, eating goodies, listening to music and daydreaming. For food, she thinks desserts rock — especially chocolate. They are the best.
Ivana Castellanos ’12
Ivana Castellanos ’12 had childhood fantasies of running alongside wild mustangs. Her personal heroes are Barney from How I Met Your Mother, Lady GaGa, and children who refuse to take their Spiderman costumes a week after Halloween. If she were Goldilocks, she would have eaten all three bowls of porridge. Probably with some salsa.
Pietro Rea ’12
I hail from Lima, Peru and my passions are economics, Chinese, and Tae Kwon Do (and eggplants, I love eggplants). I also must watch an episode of the Big Bang Theory a day, or my blood sugar starts to drop and I get a really bad headache. On a separate note, I like to cook from the heart (down with recipes!), as it lets me freely infuse love, care, and my inexperience into the dishes I cook.
Raphael Murrillo ’12
I live in Santa Cruz, a coastal California town founded by Spanish missionaries and explorers in the 18th century. Fittingly, as my ancestors were Spaniards, my own culinary roots and tastes lie in Spain, Puerto Rico, and Mexico. When I’m not eating, you’ll probably find me reading or writing about the empires of days gone by, playing Diplomacy, listening to opera, or running.
Uri Bram ’11
Uri likes cooking. He also likes you. He looks forwards to combining those interests in the form of a Co-op.
Vivek Pamulapati ’10
Erica Zendell ’12 (Fall 2010)
Erica is from the glorious state of New Jersey, where tomatoes and Bruce Springsteen abound.
Her mom never lets her cook at home because Erica likes getting messy in the kitchen [if you know what I mean]. Her culinary life goals are to make Wienerschnitzel [which is not a type of sausage] as good as the stuff she had in Austria and try her hand at making gelato. Erica is a Comparative Literature major studying a boatload of languages [and little else] which she hopes will let her travel lots and eat tons of yummy food!
Sarah Nason ’12
Sara likes to think of herself as the least international person at Princeton. She’s been to Canada a few times (a strenuous 3 hour drive from her home in upstate New York), but other than that, has never left the country. She is looking forward to learning more about other places and their food. She plans to be a Geosciences major and plays club Ultimate Frisbee and the violin in her not-so-spare time.