I was raised in a creative, food-loving, Italian family, but France has always had a certain pull on my heart. I started studying the language when I was seven-years-old, and eventually moved to Paris for graduate studies in French culture and culinary criticism. Since returning to New York, I’ve worked in the fields of food, editorial, French culture and holistic health. Most recently, I’ve joined the team at the Institute of Culinary Education, managing their social media and editorial efforts.
Email: carlydefilippo.com (at) gmail.com
- What is the strangest food you have ever eaten?
- Pig's snout - but it was delicious!
- What do you cook when home alone?
- Spice-driven sauteed or roasted vegetables. Healthful grain salads. Oeufs mollet on crusty rye toast. Or if I'm really indulgent, seafood (my favorite!)
- Your most treasured kitchen possession:
- Vintage copper pots I bought in Paris
- The ideal number of guests for a dinner party is:
- 6-10, but I host supper clubs for 15 on a regular basis.