Jess Eng

Washington, D.C.

Food and Features intern

Education: Harvard University, BA

Jess Eng is a freelance writer. She was previously an intern on The Post’s Food, Design and Graphics teams, The Post's newsroom Engineering team and the NPR news apps team. She has also worked at ESPN as a software engineering intern.
Latest from Jess Eng

TikTok’s singing vegan turns everyday cooking into a musical

TikTok creator Gabrielle Reyes sings original tunes while cooking up vegan food inspired by her Haitan-Puerto Rican upbringing.

December 7, 2022

    Her vegan recipes will have you singing along while you cook

    Gabrielle Reyes celebrates vegetables through music with her catchy TikTok recipes.

    December 6, 2022

    TikTok’s B. Dylan Hollis gives wacky vintage cookbook recipes new life

    TikTok food creator B. Dylan Hollis has made Jell-O tuna salad, Velveeta fudge and more obscure (and often tasty) recipes from vintage cookbooks.

    November 30, 2022

      This TikTok food creator’s recipes are a blast from the past

      B. Dylan Hollis collects vintage cookbooks and tests the wackiest recipes he finds.

      November 30, 2022

      Where to find the best boba tea in the D.C. area

      For the best boba — or bubble, tapioca, whatever you want to call it — you might want to head to the Maryland and Virginia suburbs.

      September 8, 2022

      Sherpa cuisine and culture have a foothold in the Colorado mountains

      Across Colorado, Sherpas from the mountains of Nepal have opened restaurants and sparked a following for momos, curries and stews.

      August 23, 2022

      Oyakodon, a Japanese chicken-egg rice bowl, is simple and satisfying

      This chicken-and-egg rice bowl is cozy, nourishing and budget-friendly.

      August 17, 2022

      5 colorful sauce recipes to brighten up your meals

      A dollop of a colorful sauce will add flavor and vibrancy to your meal.

      August 3, 2022

      Picnic-friendly recipes to pack for your next outdoor meal

      For your next picnic, these recipes, which include salads, sandwiches and cookies, will elevate your alfresco meal.

      July 27, 2022

      For Asian American cooks, ties with Italy run deep

      Asian Americans chefs, food influencers and immigrants have connected the dots between Italian and Asian cuisines.

      July 27, 2022