About MeI'm a freelance food and travel writer, editor, copywriter, producer, TV host and consultant. I have been a Contributing Editor at CHOW.com, staff Food Writer at Time Out New York, and Senior Research Editor at Martha Stewart Weddings. My writing has appeared in Martha Stewart Living, Bon Appétit, Gourmet.com, InStyle, Men's Health, Grub Street, Everyday Food, Gilt Taste and the Village Voice. Once upon a time I edited books at Da Capo Press. Until recently, I hosted and produced weekly video segments about New York food for CHOW.com on NY1, which received an International Association of Culinary Professionals nomination for best Televised Culinary Series. Clips are here. Follow me on Twitter, or get in touch by commenting on a post. (All comments are screened.) Thanks for stopping by!
- new orleans!
- cat-sized watermelons and other indignities
- picnic like you mean it
- IACP Best Televised Culinary Series Nomination
- winter warmers: my favorite cold-weather recipes
- ebullient at borobudur
- chocolate pistachio tart… and it’s a wrap
- catching up
- summery strawberry gazpacho
- middle eastern picnic
Category Archives: awesome
Oh, my goodness, this is becoming a biannual blog. That *can’t* be good for SEO. This site is primarily for professional purposes, though, designed to send the curious to my writing, video and editing clips, which are here. It’s also … Continue reading
Khachapuri at Georgian Bread This week’s New York Chow Report came together thanks to a few sharp colleagues: My friend Sarah Karnasiewicz, an award-winning cook and excellent writer, fell in love with khachapuri– a cheese-filled bread– when traveling in Russia. … Continue reading