writer. cook. traveler.

About

Stacy Adimando is a food and travel journalist, cookbook author, recipe developer, and the current Test Kitchen Director at Saveur magazine. Stacy is the former Food Editor at Every Day with Rachael Ray, and the former recipes editor at Food Network. She has also worked at Natural Health magazine, and written for a variety of food, travel and lifestyle publications including Bon Appétit, Forbes, Food & Wine, Vogue, NPR, Epicurious, Conde Nast Traveler, SELF, Gastronomica, Dr. Oz's The Good Life, Details, Men's Journal, TastingTable.com, Vegetarian Times, and many more. She is a graduate of Wake Forest University as well as the Institute of Culinary Education's Culinary Arts program in New York City, and trained inside the kitchen of farm-to-table pioneer Peter Hoffman's Savoy restaurant in Manhattan. Stacy is the author of several cookbooks. Most recently she released Nopalito (Ten Speed Press, Spring 2017) in co-authorship with the chef from San Francisco's Nopalito restaurant, and Around the Fire  (Ten Speed Press, Spring 2016) in co-authorship with the James Beard Award-winning chefs from Ox restaurant in Portland. Her Short Stack Editions Volume 21: Cherries debuted in Spring 2016. Stacy's broad areas of cooking expertise include regional Italian cuisine, modern farm-to-table food, fine baking and classic culinary technique. You can follow her food and travel journeys @stacy_adimando.

Photo credit: Karen Mordechai, via Sunday Suppers

Photo credit: Karen Mordechai, via Sunday Suppers