Raquel Pelzel is an award-winning food writer and cookbook collaborator. She has written recipes for Saveur, Wall Street Journal, Every Day with Rachael Ray, and Edible Manhattan, and is a cookbook columnist for Epicurious. She was an editor at Cook's Illustrated and senior food editor and test kitchen director for Tasting Table. Toast is Raquel s first solo cookbook. She lives in Brooklyn.
Accolades for Raquel Pelzel
Winner of IACP/Bert Greene Award for Food Journalism for Culinary Writing with Recipes for Eat Shoots & Leaves column for Gilt Taste (2011)
Co-author of James Beard Award nominated Masala Farm (Chronicle, 2011)
Co-author of James Beard Award nominated and IACP nominated book, DamGoodSweet (Taunton, 2009), also selected as a top three baking book of 2009 by Food + Wine, and a top ten cookbook of 2009 by AOL
Co-author of Two Dudes, One Pan (Clarkson Potter, 2008) featured in the New York Times as one of the best cookbooks of the year; by National Public Radio as one of their top ten cookbooks of the year; and in the LA Times Cookbook Watch column
Co-author of American Masala (Clarkson Potter, 2007) featured in the New York Times as one of the best cookbooks of the year; one of the top ten cookbooks of the year by Martha Stewart Living, epicurious.com, and the New York Daily News
Writer of IACP-nominated book Food Network Kitchens Making It Easy (Meredith, 2004)
Author of 4 chapters and 70 original recipes in James Beard Award winning book, The Quick Recipe (Boston Common Press, 2003)
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