Founders

Amanda Hesser

Amanda Hesser

Co-Founder & CEO

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Amanda has designed a 17th-century-style herb garden at a French chateau, created the Twitter app Plodt, and appeared in Julie & Julia, playing herself. She was also named one of the 50 most influential women in food by Gourmet.

Before she and Merrill started Food52, Amanda was a reporter at the New York Times, and the food editor at the Times Magazine. She wrote the award-winning books Cooking for Mr. Latte and The Cook and the Gardener, and edited the essay collection Eat, Memory. Her last book, a Times bestseller and the winner of a James Beard award, is The Essential New York Times Cookbook. Amanda is a trustee of Awesome Food, and is an adviser to The Spence Group.

Merrill Stubbs

Merrill Stubbs

Co-Founder & President

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Merrill was raised not on Gerber but coeur à la crème, made by her mother, a phenomenal cook. (When we did a test run for Food52 with friends and family, we almost had to ban her because her recipes kept winning!)

After graduating from Brown and then Le Cordon Bleu, Merrill worked at Cook's Illustrated and behind the counter at Flour Bakery in Boston's South End. In addition to her work with Amanda on The Essential New York Times Cookbook, Merrill has written for the Times' T Living, Edible Brooklyn and Body+Soul, and she was the food editor at Herb Quarterly. She lives with her family in Brooklyn.

Product

Karl Rosaen

Karl Rosaen

VP of Product

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You're as likely to find Karl reading up on computer programming or interaction design as you are to find him in the kitchen — which is why he feels particularly lucky to have paired his passions both in starting Real Time Farms and in joining Food52. Born and raised in Ann Arbor, Karl graduated from the University of Michigan with bachelor's and master's degrees in computer engineering. In 2005 Karl and his wife Cara left home for the Bay Area, where he spent nearly five years at Google working on AdWords and then on the team that launched the very first Android device. For the most part, Karl cooks using great ingredients and simple recipes. Occasionally, though, you can find him spending hours slow-cooking a pork shoulder in his back yard.

Michael Hoffman

Michael Hoffman

Product Manager

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While on his way toward a PhD in philosophy, Michael changed course and began a new career writing code for startups. However, he has never wavered in his love of food, at least as far back as his first word: "More!" As a teenager, Michael talked his way into summer volunteer work at some great restaurant kitchens in the Bay Area, including Chez Panisse. Later, he made the excellent decision to marry the only woman he'd met whom this impressed. He has been known to make his own bacon and liqueur, to expend unreasonable effort in pursuit of great coffee, and, if left to his own devices, to consume an entire pound of brussels sprouts in one sitting.

Ryan Hamilton

Ryan Hamilton

Senior Product Designer

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Ryan is the pixel pusher here at Food52. A seasoned builder of websites of every size, function, and flavor, he joined the team to cook up a fresh interface for our site. As both designer and developer, he's working on creating the best possible experience for you. When away from the MacBook, his favorite meal to prepare for kinfolk (and himself) is a hand-kneaded, oven-blistered Neapolitan pie. To create something so superb from the simplest of ingredients is nothing short of a miracle in his book. Paired with a hoppy craft ale and fine company, life just doesn't get any better.

Alp Aker

Alp Aker

Senior Software Engineer

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Over the course of an academic career concerned with such wordly topics as formal logic and eighteenth-century German philosophy, Alp spent an inordinate amount of his spare time tinkering with computers and attempting to master home-style Thai cooking. He eventually decided to turn recreation into métier and became a software developer. At Food52 he tends to the silent clockwork that powers the site in the background and worries over whether the search engine should be taught to understand "coquilles St. Jacques". If plied with bourbon and bitters he will happily (and unfacetiously) attempt to convince any comers that database theory is fascinating, but accepts that the cause is likely lost.

Ryan Merrill

Ryan Merrill

Product Designer

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Ryan hails from Cleveland but lives in Cincinnati, which means his taste in food spans the Midwestern gamut from pierogis to cheese coneys. He graduated from The Ohio State University with degrees in journalism and English, but soon traded the pen for pixels and has been a designer and developer ever since. He grew up on a steady diet of underdog sports teams, brutal winters and minimalist writers — distilling in him a utilitarian approach to design and a desire to celebrate victories of any size.

Timothy McSweeney

Timothy McSweeney

Senior Graphic Designer

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Leaving home at the tender age of 16, Tim was forced to learn to cook or eat Top Ramen three meals a day (and let's face it, the latter was just not possible). He quickly earned the reputation of the cook among all his friends family. Raised on a steady diet of Skateboarding and Snowboarding magazines, he decided to hone his love and skill for design in San Francisco, shipped himself to New York City and blended his love for food and design together.

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Christina DiLaura

Christina DiLaura

VP of Commerce Operations

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Some people were born with a silver spoon in their mouths; Christina's was wooden. With an Italian heritage on one side and a Lebanese heritage on the other, good food was never hard to find. From a young age, Christina has cooked for her family and friends -- even when her "kitchen" was only a George Foreman grill plugged into her dorm room. After living in New York for 10 years and working in various non-food corporate strategy jobs at Credit Suisse and IAC, she took her passion for food to the web, launching a food blog and supper club called 8.ate@eight. Undeterred by the lack of counter space and miniature appliances, she prepares dinner for eight people in a very small NYC kitchen and has made it a larger mission to encourage others in the Big Apple to make cooking at home a priority. When she's not foraging for lusty Food52 products, you can find her at the farmers' market buying $8 eggs -- the best meal money can buy.

Lauren Kelley

Lauren Kelley

Director, Customer Experience and Operations

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Lauren's previous jobs have all been hobbies turned professions: selling cheese at farmers markets, music supervision for film & TV, working at a food cart, and running a recruitment team for a study abroad organization. When it came down to figuring out a next direction for her career, all roads pointed back toward food. She has a propensity for collecting kitchen items that must be hand-washed, thinks rabbits are as cute as they are tasty, and once invented a crepe called the Goat Fig Pig (you can find it at Suzette Creperie in Portland, OR.)

Laura Bray

Laura Bray

Customer Care Associate

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Laura started life as the pickiest eater alive, consuming only white bread, pasta, and ramen noodles. One day, she became completely enamored with televised food shows, and began to cook and collect recipes. Years later, brussels sprouts galore and pink lady apples fill her spirited refrigerator, and her philosophy on food has since morphed into a passionate love for local, seasonal, and creative cooking. When she isn’t writing, photographing, or thinking about food, you can find Laura tap dancing, belting out Broadway show tunes, or philosophizing about life.

Jojo Feld

Jojo Feld

Account Manager

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Raised by her mother on a "try everything" attitude, Jojo has been an adventurous eater since birth. A New York native, she indulged in the wilds of the New York City food scene as a youngster - from Chinatown's "mystery meat" dim sum to Zabar's delights like pickled herring in cream sauce. With little to no cooks in the family, she tasted her way through many a restaurant, but got a late 20-something start in the kitchen during several years at a weekend lake house, where most of her time was spent preparing delicious family-style meals with friends. During the week, she dove into the world of the NYC start-up scene, finding her calling in brand storytelling via e-commerce, where she was able to turn her passion for amazing dishes -- and the people and stories behind them — into a career. She is thrilled to be sharing the tales of artisans and their amazing craft and creations in the Food52 shop. When she's not at the office, Jojo can usually be found biking around Brooklyn, hunting hard-to-come-by brews, hosting rooftop BBQs, and baby-talking to her cats. She keeps her kitchen amount of mustard.

Hillary Pollak

Hillary Pollak

Customer Care Specialist

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Since her first bite of ice cream at nine months, Hillary has been obsessed with food. She dreamed of becoming a pastry chef and worked in bakeries until a gluten allergy thwarted her plans. No longer covered in flour and chocolate, she now satisfies her sweet tooth with massive quantities of fruit. When not in the kitchen, Hillary can be found doing handstands, running outside, or reading in the sun. She enjoys eating on small plates, anything with tahini, and Aperol spritzes.

Lucy Nieboer

Lucy Nieboer

Assistant Account Manager

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As a kid, she spent summer hours picking potato bugs off plants in rural Minnesota. While attending the "U" in Minneapolis she spread cream cheese on bagels, fried falafel, and wrote a "College Kitchen" column for The Minnesota Daily to make a buck. A week after graduating from the University of Minnesota Lucy packed her bags for the big city to intern for Food52. When she’s not keeping the organizational wheels greased in the shop, you can find her in Brooklyn tending her windowsill herb garden, writing about the newest restaurant concept, or pretending to like IPAs.

Creative

James Ransom

James Ransom

Photographer

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James Ransom is so humble he had to have someone else write his bio for him. On an average day, he can be found making things beautiful -- and a little sultry -- for Food52 through the lens of his camera. He casually shoots cookbooks, magazine editorials, and a slew of other projects in all of his spare time. No big deal, right? A native of the Jell-O Belt (aka the Intermountain West), he now lives in Manhattan with his wife and four adorable children.

Bryce Longton

Bryce Longton

Senior Producer, Merchandising & Photography

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Born and raised in the southwest (ABQ-DFW-SAN-LAX), Bryce is rounding her sixth year of living on the east coast. When she's not bringing products to life for our shop, she's busy discovering new chefs to feature on Kitchen Letters, reading stacks of digital books on her Kindle or making a spreadsheet about what she's going to eat on her next trip out of town. Previously, she clocked a couple thousand hours as a competitive cheerleader (see her 58 seconds of fame), flew business class as a travel writer (it was a glorious time), and was once hired by the CIA. She believes: going to new places keeps you present, good friends are the key to a long (and happy) life, in just "doing a draft," and that platform heels are an order of magnitude greater than plain old heels.

Allison Bruns Buford

Allison Bruns Buford

Test Kitchen Manager

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From college to cubicle to cooking -- Allison began her career as a highly unskilled dessert plater at Rialto restaurant, in Cambridge, MA (notable alum: Amanda Hesser). She spent the next four years there, learning as much as she could until she was ready for her next challenge – a move to New York City and into the kitchens of Eleven Madison Park, though the real dream job was waiting for her in the test kitchen at Food52. At home, in addition to recipe testing for Food52, she continues her quest to recreate her grandmother’s tamales, though she suspects her own legacy will be the berry pies she makes for her family every summer. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and baby girl, Avery, in a neighborhood where pretty much any ingredient you desire is only a short stroll away.

Erin McDowell

Erin McDowell

Test Kitchen Manager

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Erin first got wind of Food52 back in 2009, when her boss at the time sent her a link describing the recipe contests. She immediately joined and began contributing recipes like mad (read: full on nerd status). After culinary school and four years in the cookbook publishing biz, she moved to the big city and emailed the editorial staff begging for a chance to work in the kitchen. Her wish came true, and she baked a heaping pile of drop biscuits to show her gratitude. She's been hanging around the test kitchen (and bringing equally large quantities of baked goods with her) ever since. When she's not at Food52, Erin can be found cooking, styling, and writing about food all over the place, including the blog she co-writes, The Shutter Oven. She lives in New Jersey, where her dog Brimley serves as an excellent vacuum cleaner for fallen bites.

Derek Laughren

Derek Laughren

Test Kitchen Manager

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A Wisconsin native, Derek found his way into the world of food while earning a journalism degree in the fifth coldest city in the country. After years of learning to cook from public television (thank you, Lidia, Ming, Jacque, and Julia), he made his bones cooking in a mass production facility that fed the campus population. At the recommendation of his executive chef, he decided to pursue a culinary education in New York. Two years later, he joined a high-end catering company in Manhattan. After meeting the Food52 family while catering one of their holiday parties, he jumped at the chance to work in a growing test kitchen. Currently, Derek lives in New Jersey with canine supermodel, Brimley.

Liz Andrew

Liz Andrew

Photography Assistant

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Liz has a short but important list of must haves -- a constant supply of good music, some sort of nut butter to snack on, and her pour over coffee maker (seriously, she carries it in her backpack). When she's not working on photos you can find her in Chinatown eating soup dumplings, at an electronica show, or holed away in the library checking out more fiction novels. She hopes to one day be able to say every food word she knows in French.

Business

Bridget Williams

Bridget Williams

Chief Operating Officer

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The latest addition to the midwest cabal at Food52, Bridget also hails from Cleveland, raised in an Irish immigrant household, where the tea was strong, the potatoes were plentiful and the brown bread had whiskey in it. Since arriving in New York in the 90s, she's been a digital media and food adventurer at a variety of startups and variety of tables, abandoning potatoes for anything that puts her mouth on fire. After hanging around the offices at Food52 for a few years, she finally had the chance to jump on board to help us takeover the world.

Lauren Locke

Lauren Locke

VP of Sales

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Lauren was our first on-staff ad sales guru, charged with creatively engaging with advertising partners. She has been in the media and sales business for 10 years, working on both the agency and publisher side and holds her MBA from Babson College. Born in Canada, she grew up in the States and has lived in Japan and Costa Rica. She's a huge advocate of seasonal eating and adores her year-round CSA membership which she blogs about here: LaurenLivingLocally. Lauren recently moved to the "burbs" for the first time, taking up residence in Bronxville, NY with her husband and their (adorable) sons Hudson and Campbell.

Gabriella Mangino

Gabriella Mangino

Account Manager

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With a family of fantastic cooks and a computer systems engineer for a dad, Gabriella was nicely primed for her role at Food52. Her career path began as a waitress and expert milkshake maker at Cleveland's beloved Tommy's Restaurant, before moving to New York to get her MA in Media Studies. Since then, she spent weekdays working a variety of roles at digital publications and agencies. On weekends, you'll find her planning and cooking too much food (preparing for a future role as Italian grandma) for Sunday night dinners. Gabriella (mostly Italian and Mexican) lives with her husband (Chinese and Jewish) and their dog (also a mutt) in Brooklyn.

Nicole Price

Nicole Price

Ad Operations Associate

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Even after a small mishap with a mandoline while cooking Mediterranean food in her fifth grade class (no worries -- her finger grew back!), Nicole was undeterred in continuing to hone her cooking and baking skills. Twelve years later, she was bit by a horse on the same finger while hiking Pacaya volcano in Guatemala. Needless to say, she fully believes in eating well and traveling often -- even though she’s surprised she still has all of her fingers. Originally from the Bay Area, Nicole now lives in Brooklyn after growing up across the river from Portland and studying advertising at Temple University.

Channing Davisson

Channing Davisson

Executive Assistant

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Channing, originally from a cow town in Central Massachusetts, up and moved to Brooklyn after 23 years of life and education in the Bay State. After a brief stint in commercial advertising she followed her passion (and stomach) to a new career at Food52. She has an obsession with baking, roasting root and cruciferous vegetables, and eating as much of her parents' home cooking as she can when she visits them. When she's not dirtying up her kitchen, Channing likes to go to the movies (film is the other true love of her life), practice yoga, daydream about adopting a dog, play board games with her roommates, and try out brunch spots in Bushwick. She cannot resist recipes containing dark chocolate, fish sauce, or avocado.

Jane Poretsky

Jane Poretsky

Account Executive

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Growing up in a traditional Russian-Jewish family, every birthday, holiday, even weekday (?) revolved around copious quantities of food, and loud laughter. As a teen, Jane wanted to own a café and serve chocolate croissants all day. Midway through studying hospitality at NYU, she started her food blog, Caramelized Sarcasm. Jane realized that cooking and sharing recipes (whether written, or video) was just as thrilling. Coming from Martha Stewart Living, she joins the Food52 team to seek out the best advertising partnerships and to nibble on test kitchen samples. Find her on the weekend eating banana pancakes, countering the calories with yoga, or aimlessly wandering the village with friends.

Marketing

Jacqueline Wasser

Jacqueline Wasser

VP, Marketing + Business Development

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After working in beauty, health and wellness, and now food - Jackie's focus is on living a balanced life, from the inside out. While the northeast is her hub, after spending 4 years at Tulane in New Orleans, she has a soft spot for soul-food. Growing up, she found an early love of baking by watching her mom (and being allowed to help) bake all the classics - chocolate chip cookies, peach crisp, and special family recipes like Bavarian Apple Torte. She's currently experimenting with gluten-free baking and would always prefer to eat dessert first.

Haley Sonneland

Haley Sonneland

Director, PR & Events

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Haley comes to Food52 from inside the world of startups, having spent the past few years working in communications with technology companies. Growing up with the last name Cook, she spent her childhood binging on plates of steamed vegetables and willingly eating chicken livers. Now arguably more of a baker than a cook, Haley spends her free time honing her sweet tooth and testing pastry recipes on her friends, extended family, and husband out of their New York City apartment.

Jaime Roth

Jaime Roth

Assistant Manager, Email

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Jaime is the first gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free artist from Florida to work at Food52. She grew up spending weekends out on a boat reeling in fish that she would cook with her mother and grandmother. Not only did she get to eat fresh fish but she gained a vast knowledge of seafood - from catching to prepping to cooking which she can now share in the office. She has worked in operations for a slew of startups in NYC and LA including Rent the Runway and Fab.com. When she's not learning of a new allergy or going to museums she is checking out cars and dreaming of the ocean.

Hannah Wilken

Hannah Wilken

Email Coordinator

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Growing up with a vegetable garden in her back yard and local farms down the road, Hannah has always had an appreciation for the farm-to-table lifestyle. After studying Spanish Literature and living abroad, Hannah left the small town academic lifestyle and moved to Brooklyn to try her hand working in the e-commerce industry. Finding a love in digital marketing she has been working in the field ever since. With a history in fashion marketing she was thrilled to bring a fresh perspective and join the growing Food52 family. When she's not sending clever emails to your inbox, Hannah can be found writing for Hannah Hart Beat or The Victors and Vanquished, two blogs that she has cofounded since moving to New York.

Will Aronson

Will Aronson

Digital Manager

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Growing up in Boston, Will had many years to learn from his foodie family. But it wasn't until a semester in Florence, Italy -- eating fresh pasta, mozzarella, and tomatoes on a daily basis -- that Will truly developed his appreciation for good food. This appreciation soon turned obsession when living in San Francisco, where he spent most of his time thinking about food or digital marketing. In his down time you can find Will cooking and eating new food in Brooklyn, rooting for his Boston sports teams, and perpetually frustrated by his endless quest to bake the perfect loaf of bread.

Heather Wautelet

Heather Wautelet

Events Manager

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Growing up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin, it took Heather many years until she even realized there were options out there other than "farm-to-table." After nearly a decade spent bouncing cities -- Chicago to Boston to Manhattan -- and working in the art industry at galleries and auction houses, she was ready for a change of pace. She quickly realized that all her free time was devoted to reading food memoirs, listening to podcasts about cooking, researching restaurants worth traveling for, and plotting her next meal. She couldn't believe her luck that someone considered managing events for Food52 a "job"! Most weekends you can find her biking around the city in pursuit of new experiences, screaming at TVs over a Green Bay Packers or Chicago Blackhawks game, or binge-watching shows with her husband and two awesome cats.

Editorial

Kristen Miglore

Kristen Miglore

Executive Editor

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Kristen has been hanging around Food52 since 2010, when she joined Amanda & Merrill's tiny but mighty team (back then, we all still worked from coffee shops). Before that, she ditched an ill-planned career as an economist, got herself a Master's in Food Studies from NYU and a culinary degree from ICE, and spent a couple years paying dues at places like Saveur and Martha Stewart. Sometimes she writes elsewhere, like The Wall Street Journal and The Atlantic, but Food52 is where her heart is -- as legend has it, one day when heading to work, she slipped and tumbled badly, but managed to text Amanda & Merrill before she got back up. She unearths Genius Recipes too -- watch for her column on Wednesdays (and send her tips -- she likes those!).

Kenzi Wilbur

Kenzi Wilbur

Managing Editor

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Before she got this gig, Kenzi threatened to bake lemon macarons for the staff at Food52 until they let her intern. They relented before it got to that point, but for the record, she has her KitchenAid at the ready if they should ever change their minds. Oddly enough, Kenzi grew up as a very picky eater; for a while there, she wouldn't touch anything not involving peanut butter, jelly, and bread. With time and a bit of perseverance on the part of her parents, she realized what she had been missing, and started fanatically making up for lost time. She began working in restaurants, cooking, and serving like her culinary education — and rent — depended on it. She likes sticky rice and eating ripe avocados with spoons (if not her hands, when socially appropriate).

Sarah Jampel

Sarah Jampel

Associate Editor

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On her second day as an intern at Food52, Sarah scoured the island of Manhattan for English peas and came back to the office with eight pounds of Romano beans instead. Rather than getting upset, the editors whipped up an impromptu salad and shared it with the whole company (along with Prosecco, of course), and that’s when Sarah knew she was going to like it here. Sarah studies English literature at Yale, but when she’s not scratching her head over Middle English poetry, she’s writing articles, overseeing our Small Batch, running our #F52grams, or baking challah.

Leslie Stephens

Leslie Stephens

Assistant Editor

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The first time it struck Leslie that her obsession with food went beyond normal was when she planned her entire semester abroad around eating at one restaurant (noma in Copenhagen, Denmark. Both amazing). From that meal on, she decided to follow her stomach instead of her head and diverge from her Psychology degree from Wellesley College to follow good food, which is how she found herself at Food52, eating and cooking her way through New York.

Julie Myers

Julie Myers

Editorial Assistant

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After a couple of years spent at networking events and speaking only in acronyms, Julie left her federal consulting job to turn her favorite hobby -- eating -- into a career. Since then, she's taken a cross-country road trip to taste and write about regional food, worked in the kitchen of a popular Georgetown bakery (no, not that one), and received her Masters in Food, Culture, and Communications from the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Italy. She finds herself eating pasta for dinner more often than not, and has never been known to turn down chocolate ice cream.

Rachel Christensen

Rachel Christensen

Social Media Manager

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The first time Rachel ate bacon, it was after 13 years of keeping kosher. She ate an entire package (or attempted to, at least). She’s been a vegetarian ever since. You can find Rachel in her tiny Brooklyn apartment with her husband and two cats, where she likes cooking essentially anything involving lentils, Brussels sprouts, and/or peanut butter.

Stephanie Bourgeois

Stephanie Bourgeois

Head Recipe Tester

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Stephanie has been testing recipes for Food52 since November 2009 and now manages our small army of testers, in addition to doing recipe testing, styling, and photography for the James Beard Foundation's blog Delights & Prejudices. She represents Food52's international contingent, working from her home in Canada. Based in Toronto, she's an instructor in the Continuing Education programs in the Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts at George Brown College, teaches at Le Dolci, and works for Evelyn's Crackers. We don't know how she gets it all done — all we know is we're glad to have her around. She's a graduate of the FCI and the Food Studies program at NYU, where she did her Master's thesis on Christmas cookies. Not surprisingly, she's also an accomplished synchronized swimmer.

Lindsay-Jean Hard

Lindsay-Jean Hard

Contributing Writer & Editor

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During two fantastic years in Japan, Lindsay-Jean conquered language barriers, foreign appliances, and curious new ingredients -- all to create vegetarian dishes in a broiler the size of a cookbook. Since then, it's been impossible to drag her out of the kitchen, which is a good thing, because she wasn't using her Master's in Urban Planning anyway. She thinks esoteric facts about vegetables provide good cocktail party fodder, and persists in trying out untested recipes on company, to the everlasting amusement of her husband.

Contributors

Anna Hezel

Anna Hezel

Contributing Writer, The Art of Crafts

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Cathy Huyghe

Cathy Huyghe

Contributing Writer, Wine, Unfussed

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Drew Lavyne

Drew Lavyne

Videographer

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Kyle Orosz

Kyle Orosz

Videographer

Erik Lombardo

Erik Lombardo

Contributing Writer, Spirit Guides

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Eric Moran

Eric Moran

Contributing Photographer, What to Cook Now

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Recipe Testers

Annie Petito

Annie Petito

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Dawne Marie Shonfield

Dawne Marie Shonfield

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Rebecca Vitale

Rebecca Vitale

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Susan Streit

Susan Streit

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Victoria Ross

Victoria Ross

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Audrey Kasindorf

Audrey Kasindorf

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Dana Mortell

Dana Mortell

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Steve Pierce

Steve Pierce

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Joanna Keohane

Joanna Keohane

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Kate Neumann

Kate Neumann

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Lourdes Pena

Lourdes Pena

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Mary Pastorek

Mary Pastorek

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Angela Barros

Angela Barros

Volunteer Recipe Tester

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Sundry MVPs

William Miglore

William Miglore

Chief Auxiliary Assistant, Party Thrower, General-Purpose Dreamboat

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Christy Fletcher

Christy Fletcher

Agent

Charlotte Druckman

Charlotte Druckman

Co-founder of the Tournament of Cookbooks

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Aly Racer

Aly Racer

Advisor

Tad Friend

Tad Friend

Amanda's Husband, Tireless Food52 Supporter and Late Night Editor

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Jonathan Dorman

Jonathan Dorman

Merrill's Husband, Tireless Food52 Supporter and Legal Counsel

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