Naturally curious, Amy Pollard Gaw is a feeder, writer, educator and collector of food lore. She was the lead food writer for Outer Banks magazine and is involved with the James Beard Foundation and the Southern Foodways Alliance. She owns and operates an artisan, hand-harvested sea salt business called Outer Banks SeaSalt. Originally from Jackson, Michigan, Amy has lived, worked and eaten at restaurants on the Outer Banks of North Carolina since 1986.
"Owner of a lost restaurant of her own, known as the Outer Banks Epicurean Inc., in Colington, and the owner and operator of the "artisan, hand-harvested sea salt business called Outer Banks SeaSalt," Gaw explores the rich history of eateries that have dotted the region stretching from Lower Currituck and Corolla south to Ocracoke and including Roanoke Island." Outer Banks Voice