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Storyteller uses food to get people to share experiences

Chef Ellie Markovitch, right, prepares a “No Cook Stir-Fry” made from assorted veggies from the garden at the Collard City Growers garden  in Troy. Markovitch uses food, photography and other means to get people to open up.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Chef Ellie Markovitch, right, prepares a “No Cook Stir-Fry” made from assorted veggies from the garden at the Collard City Growers garden in Troy. Markovitch uses food, photography and other means to get people to open up.
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If Ellie Markovitch of Troy is involved in something, it most likely has some connection with food in a fun and artful way. She describes herself as a “multimedia storyteller, food artist and chef” and uses food, family stories and photography as ways to build community. An educator and photojournalist, she often leads classes, workshops and events designed to expose people to new experiences of food, experiences that involve memories and sharing. Markovitch’s first memories ...


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