Alix Wall began cooking dinner for her family when she was 13. She toyed with the idea of going to culinary school, but she pursued her other love, writing, to obtain a master’s degree in journalism. She spent 15 years working for Jewish publications, writing the occasional article about food or wine. The death of her mother from cancer some years ago caused Alix to re-evaluate her career. She began to think more about the healing properties of food, and food being not only good for the body but the soul. In 2007, Alix became a certified Natural Foods Chef from Bauman College in Berkeley. Since then, she has been working as a personal chef in the East Bay and beyond, specializing in vegetarian food from around the world. She has cooked for new parents, cancer patients and many busy families. She cooks seasonally, organically and locally, and will also cook meat upon request. She has also gone back to writing, and when not in the kitchen, is often writing about food.
Specialties:Cancer, Child Nutrition, Dairy Free, General Wellness, Gluten Sensitivity, Vegan
Accepting Interns: Yes