Gail Ghetia Bellamy
Gail Ghetia Bellamy is a Certified Culinary Professional with a Ph.D. in creative writing. She is the executive food editor of Restaurant Hospitality magazine, has written about food and drink for numerous publications around the country, and has contributed to more than a half-dozen books about food, dining, and the arts. She is also an accomplished poet whose work has appeared in more than 80 publications and has been published in two books and featured in several anthologies. She is the recipient of a Creative Workforce Fellowship in Literature grant from the Community Partnership for Arts & Culture, funded by Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. Gail is a native Clevelander.
Books by Gail Ghetia Bellamy
Looking Back at Holidays Past
What made Christmas extra-special to a Cleveland kid? Come relive some of your fondest moments . . .
Seeing Mr. Jingeling (the keeper of Santa's keys) on TV or in person at Halle's. Gazing at the giant Sterling-Lindner tree. Stopping at Higbee's down . . . [Read More]
A Nostalgic Look Back at the Food We Loved, the Places We Bought It, and the People Who Made It Special
Remember when food was local? Cleveland companies made it, and local people sold it and ran the restaurants where we ate it. Now, take a delicious trip into the past.
Food makes powerful memories. Mention Hough Bakery and see how quickly we Cleveland . . . [Read More]