Norah Clark
In 2021, in sunny Australia!

Heya, I’m Norah! The foodie editor at large at Yummy Taste Food! I love absolutely everything to do with food, baking, and of course, eating! I’m a self-proclaimed foodie nomad. Currently, I am living in Thailand and have previously lived/worked in New York, Tokyo, Sydney for a short time (flat whites are way expensive), London, and Frankfurt.

I don’t tend to stay around too often and love trying different food and fully experiencing each country’s culture.

You will find most of my articles to be based on how-to’s, guides, and overviews of everything surrounding food, baking, cooking and anything related to yummy tasting food.

I have worked as a chef and pastry chef at The Ritz Carlton Hotel, Orlando, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts Orlando and Sydney, The Plaza, NYC, The Savoy, London, Westbury Hotel, Dublin, Porth Tocyn Hotel, and Monton House Hotel. I even worked as a barista at my local Starbucks in Orlando, Florida!

I have worked with various brands from Red Bull, Hello Fresh, Pasta Evangelists, and Fortnum & Mason, to name but a few on reviews, product research, and marketing with the Columbia Food Festival. If you are interested in working with me and having your product or brand reviewed on, please contact me.

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Updates & Timeline

Take a look at the timeline from 2019. There have been a lot of developments!

Btw, YTF = Yummy Taste Food.


  • Got a part-time article writing job at which is now shut down.
  • Started my first blog called Thornham Oysters.
  • Left Florida and moved to Europe.




Collaborate With Me

I work with brands on link insertions which can be placed in existing posts or guides. As long as there is relevancy and looks authentic and adds value to my readers. All link insertions will be chosen and written by myself.

Guest posts will be only accepted (very rarely) depending on the content. Please respect I spend a lot of my spare time writing and I do not take lightly accepting any content unless it’s worthwhile or valuable to my readers.

Contact me to get further details.


I do accept PR samples and love trying new cooking products and services but receipt of a sample does not guarantee inclusion or a positive review. Reviews are written honestly after trialing any sample products and with the readers in mind. I will be honest and mark any guides and posts if it has been sponsored by a brand.

I do from time to time use affiliate links to make additional money from my articles, this means that when you click through a link to some products I can make a small commission on any purchase you make through that link only. I do not include links to products I do not honestly recommend or offer as a true alternative.