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Dec 13 2013

A Brief Blog Profile: The Spicy Stiletto

Food and fashion may seem like unlikely bedfellows; however, Serena Goh, the blogger behind The Spicy Stiletto proves you can have that pencil skirt with a side of stuffed zucchini.

California born and raised, now living in New York City, Serena describes herself as: “A photography enthusiast, shoe hoarder, prolific home cook, food explorer, bad dancer, and creative type.  There’s never been a hot sauce I wouldn’t try, or a stiletto too high.”

I love the high-quality photography that captures both The Spicy Stiletto’s style and the beautiful backdrop of New York. And her well-organized archive of recipes makes it easy to find inspiration for my next meal.

Considering it’s currently below freezing in Cleveland, all I want to do is curl up in this oversized knit with a plate of roasted figs, drizzled with honey, balsamic vinegar and goat cheese.

You can follow The Spicy Stiletto on Twitter @TheSerenaGoh.

Amanda Hicken is a PR Newswire media relations manager. You can find her @ADHicken or on her local interest blog Clue Into Cleveland.



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