About bites by the Page

In the summer of 2016, after reading the iconic Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan, bites by the Page founder, Page Jones found herself scouring the internet for the best Singaporean food in Connecticut. Overwhelmed with Google-search results, and not QUITE satisfied with her findings, Page decided to take matters into her own hands and make the food that the book had so beautifully described at home…

From there, the concept of bites by the Page was born: create delicious recipes inspired by wonderful stories.

Fast forward to the Spring of 2020. After being laid off from her job in PR, and a couple of weeks of the Quarantine Routine (RHONY reruns, Sour Dough Bread tutorials, and a sad attempt at trying to find the perfect tye-dye sweatsuit) the days grew tired… leading Page to team up with her sister Marcy and resurrect bites by the Page.

Together, Page and Marcy have reviewed 60+ books, and have shared dozens of recipes and entertaining tips through their growing Instagram. They have recently launched an Author Q&A series, and have fun sending a weekly newsletter containing recommendations, random tips, and Housewives memes that you can sign up for, here.

The Team

Page Jones, Founder

Page graduated from the University of Arizona in 2018 with a degree in Journalism (classic). After severallllll attempts at securing a job at Hearst and Condé Nast, Page decided to scrap the idea that she would live out the plot of The Devil Wears Prada, and got a job in PR.

Aside from her obvious affection for food and literature, Page is a member of the New York Junior League, and enjoys spending time with her family. Page cannot choose her “Favorite Book” however she does have a strong sentiment for Truman Capote’s A Christmas Memory, which she reads every holiday szn.

Marcy Jones, Chief Creative Officer

Marcy started the trend of going to the University of Arizona and getting a degree in Journalism, (at least in the Jones family) graduating in 2010. Since then, Marcy has worked at CBS News Network in New York, a Sinclair station in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and most recently, at Fox 10 News in Phoenix, Arizona.

Current obsessions of Marcy’s include: the Bravo network, her French Bulldog BelaBlue, a skillfully created charcuterie board (none of those cracker-cut cheddar squares, please) outdoor dining, and subsequently not catching COVID 19.