Margo Gabriel is originally from Miami, FL and grew up in Boston, MA. She is a freelance writer who centers her work on art, food, music and travel. She is the author of The Expat Kitchen cookbook. She is based in Lisbon, Portugal.
Margo has written for Cuisine Noir, Edible Boston, Boston Art Review, ButcherBox, Fodor’s Travel, Solstice Literary Magazine and more.
Margo is the Coordinator and Correspondent at Bokamundo, an arts and culture organization for the lusophone speaking communities based in Lisbon, Portugal. She is a member of Comissão da Carteira Profissional de Jornalista. She is a contributing food writer at Cuisine Noir.
The Expat Kitchen e-cookbook is where food, culture and people meet. It's part cookbook, part travelogue that follows food writer, Margo Gabriel, life from living in the U.S. to becoming an expat in Europe. Each recipe highlights where Magro's lived and traveled and reflects her Haitian ancestry with dishes like griot and pikliz and much more. From Haiti to Boston, Italy, South African and Portugal and beyond. The playlist is an homage to all of the music greats—old and new—Margo enjoys.
This recipe book is designed for the home cook, the "hostess with the mostest", the self-professed foodie, the oenophile, the curious cook who loves bringing people together. There's wine pairings, an eclectic list of recipes that spans the globe and a viby playlist for music lovers.