In The Press

This only the start for the Fingerless Kitchen and while working to make it grow, I feel grateful to everyone who shares the news.

I'm so glad that the wonderful folks at Syracuse Woman Magazine gave my story space in their July 2016 issue!

"Being Born with severely disfigured fingers, Bryony's website, The Fingerless Kitchen, means the world to me. It is incredibly important to me that we have more people with disabilities share their talents with the world so that the conversation around disabilities changes. I think people will see that having a disability doesn't mean that someone is limited in any way. Often times, it's our society that imposes the limits."

     ~Henna Munglani~

student at

    University of Southern California

I had the great pleasure of being asked to be a featured chef for the Syracuse Woman Magazine Rock Like a Girl charity event in Syracuse, New York to benefit Hope Chest for Charity Inc.


It was a spectacular evening and some truly amazing women who rocked the house! Showing just what amazing talent Syracuse, New York has to offer. Check out the story of the events line up and maybe even spot me hanging out in a few pictures.


The stuffed dates were made using local blue cheese and local honey. All pictures used were done by

Alexis Emm Photograffi.



I had the wonderful opportunity to be interviewed by Amy Robins a Radio host on one of Syracuse, New Yorks most popular radio stations 93Q and with Joanne Lenweaver the Director of the WISE Women's Business Center back in December of 2016. What a fantastic time I had with these two fabulous ladies.  In this interview, I talk about my business, how I got my idea, and overcoming my disability to find success. Click the play button to check it out.

I had the great pleasure being interviewed by CBS News 5 Syracuse, NY and's, Kelly Curtin. She came to talk with me about my disability, business, working to be an inspiration to others and how I am raising money through GoFundMe for my opening my business.


We had a fun interview together and I hope that my story will continue to reach people and help them take a chance and make their life happen no matter what their situation.