Julie and Jon are Portland based chefs, siblings, nibblers, tasters, experience makers and so much more! With their combined 30 plus years of experience in the food world, they have set out to explore farm-to-table plant based cuisine, easy to prepare recipes from cocktails, to desserts, and fun crafts and design through their food-obsessed lens. They are also now teaching maker workshops in Portland, Oregon. Read more about the latest classes here: Follow them on instagram @rosemarysaltandthyme.
Julie is a graduate of UCLA Professional Chefs program and is the author of nine cookbooks, including Vegan Diner, Vegan Pizza, Vegan Casseroles, The Complete Book of Pies, 125 Best Cupcake Recipes, and more. She has been featured on radio and in magazines including The Cooking Channel, Veria Channel, Better, Better Portland, Good Day Oregon, Martha Stewart Radio, Bon Appetit, Cooking Light, Vegetarian Times, and VegNews Magazine. She has appeared on TV segments all over the country, and can be seen every month on Portland’s AM Northwest. Julie has been in the food industry for over 25 years. You can visit Julie’s blog at juliehasson.com.
As a Private Chef and native of Los Angeles and former resident of San Francisco, Jon helped his celebrity clientele reach their wellness goals and look fabulous at the same time. In his current role in Portland, Jon continues his Private Chef business while promoting food as medicine to maintain a long and healthy life. Having been in the food business for over 18 years, Jon’s passion for wine has helped him make lots of new friends while sipping his way through the many fabulous restaurants and wine bars all over town.
About Everyday Dish and Rosemary, Salt + Thyme: The Everyday Dish website was started by Julie and Jay Hasson, back around 2007. They realized there weren’t any plant-based cooking shows (at least not on TV), or places that you could go to find fun, easy-to-prepare vegan recipes. So they set out to create one online, invited lots of guest chefs, cookbook authors, and food artisans into their kitchen, to share their delicious recipes.
Fast forward to 2018, after a very long hiatus, Julie and her brother Jon decided to breathe new life into the website, blog, and cooking show, and give the website a fresh makeover and new look. The recipes are have a fresh, farm-to-table spin. Julie and Jon are also all about design, and will be sharing DIY projects, easy entertaining, and so much more! They’ll be creating new YouTube videos too, which they can’t wait to share. Julie and Jon continue to expand by teaching team building and leadership workshops all over the West Coast.
xo Julie and Jon