Dora Nuss-Warren

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Santa Cruz, Argentina
Bard College At Simon's Rock
Local Ingredients, Fresh Produce, Growing Organic Stone Fruit
  • Dora loves using locally grown ingredients, like cherries, apricots, quinces, gooseberries, and raspberries from her micro orchard, in recipes for preserves, jams, and cakes.
  • For the past two years she has raised backyard rabbits as a source of environmentally-friendly meat for her family.
  • The cherry, apple, quince, and apricot trees in her micro-orchard produce a bountiful harvests as they benefit from careful pruning and compost.


Dora began writing professionally three years ago and has written for websites including and For The Travel, she covered unique dishes from around the world. With Moms, she explored recipes for the whole family — ones that children could help make and would love eating. In her free time, Dora tends to a garden that produces oregano, rosemary, thyme, mint, garlic, fava beans, cherries, currants, strawberries and more. She loves discovering new recipes using this produce, and including these new dishes on the family table.


Dora completed a B.A. focused in linguistics and Spanish from Bard College at Simon's Rock.
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