Meet the Family
The author usually receives all the credit. But there's never one person behind a great book.
Doesn’t know why she cooks the way she does, nor why ingredients are added in a particular order. But her taste buds are like artificial intelligence (sophisticated, but no one understands how). She joined the project without asking a single question. Something only a mother does.
Has been running restaurants since puberty. A critical thinker who’s never truly satisfied with anything. Always delivering honest feedback that hurts at first – and then makes Table of Gods better.
As a child, Diala made slime by mixing various chemical substances (before the era of how-to videos on Youtube). When I needed beer recipes, Diala learned how to brew. When I needed this website, she learned how to code.
She would be called Mubannu in ancient Mesopotamia, which translates to food embellisher. Therese is a creative food stylist who makes food into art. And the best part of her (dream?) job is that she gets to taste it all when she's done.
One of Sweden’s leading food photographers. Pelle has been photographing food for as long as he can remember. And as you see, he's turning gray. A true warrior behind the camera who never stops shooting until he hits the target.
From the design studio called The-Studio, Mattias and Tom are shaping the core values of Table of Gods – quality, creativity, and authenticity – into visual form. They’ve previously worked with brands such as H&M.
We've known each other since high school. And she still lets me be a kid. Melisia does ninety percent of the chores at home to support my dreams. Without her, this project would stall.
This is me. My mornings start with checking how many days I have left until I die. And as of writing, the number is 18,607. Although I'm involved in most things concerning Table of Gods, two things I do daily are read and write.