Trina Enriquez
Senior copy editor at Sunset magazine, MLA graduate of Stanford University, returned Peace Corps volunteer (Ukraine 2000–2002).

Recent Posts By Trina Enriquez

The West celebrates same-sex marriage

“No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice and family. In forming a marital union, two people become something greater than once they were.”

Smashed Avocado Toast from Huckleberry

Copy Editor Trina Enriquez took on toast—and overcame her past prejudices about avocados.

Sunset Eat Fresh, Day 5: You need a little sweetness in your life.

The end of the 2014 Eat Fresh Challenge calls for a bite-size chocolate party, don’t you think? Well, at least a chocolate beignet or two. Who: Trina Enriquez, copy editor I gave up: Chocolate and added/refined sugars in desserts The biggest challenge: Remembering which foods actually have chocolate and sugar in them. Chicken mole enchiladas? Duh. “Healthy” spiced yogurt muffin? […]

Sunset Eat Fresh, Day 4: Whoops.

Roasted Beet Salad with Oranges and Queso Fresco, one of my favorites. Who: Trina Enriquez, copy editor I’m giving up: Chocolate (officially; unofficially, all refined/added sugars in desserts) My biggest challenge: The Marketing team threw a good-bye party for a coworker on Tuesday and, in true Sunset fashion, this involved oodles of sweet things. Chocolate cream pie, blueberry pie, strawberry […]