Hello, and welcome to my webpage. I’m a journalist, broadcaster, author, public speaker, and professor.
Here are some of the topics I’m pursuing these days.
BOOK PROJECTS: You may have heard my exciting news — I’m writing a book about Zingerman’s! The tentative title is SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: How Zingerman’s Built A Corner Deli Into A Global Food Community.
It’s scheduled to be published by Charles Scribner’s Sons in early 2022 — in time for Zingerman’s 40th anniversary.
Soon, I’ll be posting a look at the cover and provide instructions on how to pre-order a copy.
If you’d like to set up a book event, please contact me directly at culinarywoman at gmail dot com. I’m happy to do virtual events and socially distanced in-person ones, as long as all the applicable COVID protocols are in effect.
FOOD WRITING. I’m the editor of the CulinaryWoman Newsletter. My mission is to bring you stories of interesting people and trends in the food world, with a special emphasis on women. Our wonderful audience includes chefs, writers, and people who follow food.
Along with my original journalism, you’ll find features on cookbooks, TV series, podcasts and more. You can subscribe to CulinaryWoman here. Please think about supporting us as a founding member and join the Culinary Woman Community.
I write The Check blog at Forbes.com, which looks at trends in the restaurant and food worlds. Lately, I’ve been devoting my time to documenting how the coronavirus is affecting the food world.
I’m writing about recipes and other stories for The Takeout. See my Assembling series, which is meant to speed the way to putting together delicious meals.
You also might enjoy my recipes for my dad’s corn pancakes, Betty Ford’s triple chocolate cookies, glazed roast vegetables and more and more.
TRANSPORTATION. I’m the founder of Curbing Cars, an independent journalism project that began in 2013.
Curbing Cars looks at the future of transportation and its intersection with the environment. Follow us on Twitter @curbingcars for the latest in what’s happening.
I also contribute stories on transportation for other news outlets, including the Washington Post.
You also can find an archive of my recent and archived transportation coverage for the New York Times here.
REACHING ME: You’re welcome to email me at culinarywoman at gmail.com. The CulinaryWoman Newsletter has links to what I’m doing lately.
PRODUCERS: I have access to a landline, Report-IT on my mobile phone, Facetime, Skype, can arrange for an ISDN, and I can arrive at the studio camera ready.
APPEARANCES: I’m available for public speaking engagements, virtually and in person. I can host your event, moderate a panel, and be a keynote speaker, as long as your group abides by COVID protocols. Sadly, I’m unable to speak for free, but my rates are flexible. Email me with your proposal.
ENDORSEMENTS: My only product endorsement is for Vocalzone, the worst-tasting lozenges you can find. Believe me, they’ll clear up your throat in no time. No money changes hands. Only lozenges.
That’s it for an introduction. If you want all my career details, take a look at My Bio.