Publications

Books:

– 35 original recipes for the Food52 title Ice Cream and Friends (April 2017)

Awards:

– Food52 recipe contest: Your Best Holiday Breakfast II. Runner Up. Recipe–Sautéed Kale, Roasted Sweet Potato and Poached Egg Holiday Toast. (September 2011) link to contest
– Saucy By Nature recipe contest: Best Use of Sauce. Winner. Recipe–Pork Loin with Tomato Apple Chutney. (January 2012) link to contest
– Food52.com recipe contest: Your Best Canned Fish. Winner. Recipe–Sardine Butter. (March 2012) link to contest
– Saveur Magazine’s 4th Annual Best Food Blog Awards: Finalist (Spring 2013) link to results
– “10 Best Food Blogs of 2013,” PBS Food (Winter 2013) link to list
– Best Travel Food Blogger: 3rd place. 10 Best + USA Today. (2014) link to results
– Food52 recipe contest: Your Best Savory Apples. Runner Up. Recipe–Pork Loin with Cider-Braised Leeks and Apples. (November 2015) link to contest

Recipes & Food Articles:

– Recipe: Sea Bass baked in a salt crust. Eat Your World Blog. (August 2012) link to recipe
– Recipe: Fava beans à la croque en sel. Eat Your World Blog. (August 2012) link to recipe
– “One Bag of Meyer Lemons, Five Dinners,” Food52 (January 2012) link to article and recipes
– “It All Started with A Sandwich: A Food52 Community Potluck,” Food52 (June 2013) link to article and photographs
– “Our Favorite Recipes to Pair with Sauvignon Blanc,” Rigatoni with Fennel and Veal Sausage, Food52 (July 2013) link to recipes
– “The Best Chocolate-Chip Banana Muffins,” Cup of Jo (July 2013) link to recipe and photos
– “Rigatoni with Fennel and Veal Sausage,” Uproot Wine (Summer 2013) link to recipe
– “Kitchensurfing Hacks: The Chef’s Brown Bag Lunch,” Kitchen Surfing (August 2013) link to post
– “10 End of Summer Treats,” Mealku Blog (September 2013) link to post
– “A Thanksgiving Dinner Party: Turkey, Tips, and Aperitifs,” Food52 (November 2013) link to essay
– “Orzo Salad,” Food for Thought (July 2014) link to recipe
– “Piglet Community Pick: Eat” for Food52. (February 2015) link to review
– “Crafting Your Perfect Wedding” for Great Performances. (June 2015) link to article and recipe
– “Jersey City for Beginners” for Life & Thyme. (April 2016) link to article and photos
– “How to Make an Awesome Ice Cream Sandwich in 4 Steps” for Food52. (June 2016) link to article
– “Ice Cream Cake Fanatics: This Extra Chocolatey Version Has a Secret,” for Food52. (June 2017) link to article and recipe

Nonfiction:

– “Raw Beans: A Tragedy, A Love Story,” Food52.com (November 2012) link to essay
– “Clementines: A Christmas Discovery,” Remedy Quarterly (Winter 2013) link to magazine
– “Drunk” Christmas Cake with Raisins and Prunes, Food52 (December 2013) link to essay, recipe, and photos
– “Christmas in Angoulins-sur-Mer,” Life & Thyme (January 2014) link to essay and photos
– “A Week of Christmas Lunch in France,” Life & Thyme (January 2014) link to essay and photos
– “(Sea)Life On the French Coast,” Life & Thyme (January 2014) link to essay and photos
– “Crêperie Bains des Fleurs,” Life & Thyme (January 2014) link to essay and photos
– “Fishing in the Wild” for Life & Thyme. (April 2016) link to article and photos

Creative Writing:

– “In the Morning,” Playbill Magazine (November 2006).  Third prize poetry winner in the Elegy Competition sponsored by The Washington Chorus
– “Sun Sestina,” Mortar and Pestle Literary Magazine (Fall 2007) link to poem
– “Inclement Weather,” Le Culte de Moi (2008) link to poem
– “Photograph of My Mother at Twenty-five,” Wooden Teeth (Spring 2008) link to poem
– “Jacqueline,” George Washington University English Blog (March 2008) link to poem
– “Red and Blue Make Purple,” The Master’s Review (Winter 2012). Shortlist
– “A Vicarious Life,” Glimmer Train Very Short Fiction Competition (January 2012). Top-25 List
– “Red and Blue Make Purple,” Glimmer Train Short Story Award for New Writers (February 2012). Honorable Mention
– “The Ring,” Five [Quarterly] (Spring 2012). link to story
– “Two Stories,” Semi-Finalist in Five [Quarterly]’s annual Chapbook Contest (Spring 2013) Semi-Finalist 

Journalism:

– The GW Hatchet (September 2007 – February 2008). “New film about Genocide in Darfur Raises Awareness,” “What’s on our iPod: Ingrid Michaelson,” “New Restaurant Le Pain Quotidien Opens in Georgetown,” “Zaytinya: Worth a Trip to Chinatown,” “Juno: Not Just a City in Alaska,” “Movie Review: Penelope
– “Recipes From Afar: Sardine Butter, West Coast of France,” Eat Your World (May 2012) link to article 
– “Q&A: Hervé Rocheteau, saunier (salt maker), Île de Ré, France,” Eat Your World (May 2012) link to interview
– “Charente-Maritime,” Eat Your World (August 2012) link to article
– “Snail of Approval in Western France,” Slow Food NYC (January 2013) link to article
– “Seven Tips from a Canning Expert,” Slow Food NYC (September 2013) link to article
– “Eat, Blog, and be Merry,” People Magazine, Entertaining Holiday Special (Winter 2013) link to article

Editorial:

– Lit Literary Journal. Editorial Staff. (2010-2011) link to magazine
– Food & Wine annual cookbook. Editorial Assistant. (Fall 2011) link to cookbook

Photography:

– “Renaissance Theme,” Exhibition, The Renaissance Café. Brooklyn, New York. (Winter 2012)
– “Feast Your Eyes Series,” Food52. ChiliCoconutChiliPearsGreensCherry TomatoesBarbecueFrozen DessertsRoad Trip Snacks
– Food photography for Kitchen Surfing: Sample 1, Sample 2
– “Photo Essay: June in the Garden in Angoulins, France,” Slow Food NYC (July 2013) link to feature
– Arrowhead Mills “Bake it Forward” photo contest with Food52. (June 2015) link to photo

Mentions and Features:

– “Winner’s Q&A,” Food 52 (March 2012) link to interview
– “Cook Spotlight,” Food52 (May 2012) link to article
– “What We’ve Been Reading,” What’s Cookin (July 2012) link to article
– “Blogs We Love, Week 11.26,” Relish (November 2012) link to post
– “Take Your Skills on the Road: A Dinner Party in Buenos Aires,” Kitchen Surfing Blog (March 2013) link to post
– “30 Delicious Things to Eat in April,” Buzzfeed (April 2013) link to post
– Blogs We Love: Spring,” Relish (May 2013) link to post
– “10 Weird And Wonderful Ice Cream Flavors,” BuzzFeed (July 2013) link to article and recipe
– “20 Fresh Spring Recipes for Any Diet,” Shape Magazine (March 2014) link to slideshow
– “Best Recipes with Walnuts,” Community Pick, Walnuts.org (May 2014) link to award page
– Interview with Gourmandize.com (July 2014) link to interview
– Feature on Alimentum, The Literature of Food. (January 2015) link to page.
– “23 Totally Irresistible Ways to Eat Peas This Spring,” Buzzfeed (April 2015) link to post
– The Dinner Special Podcast, episode 34. “Cristina Sciarra: How Learning to Cook is Lifelong Process.” (May 2015) link to episode
– “10 Up & Coming Food Blogs You Should Be Following” Bloglovin’ (May 2015) link to list
– Sonoma Syrup Co. Innovative and Inspiring Food Bloggers (August 2015) link to interview
– “11 Food Blogger Recipes for Fall” Harper’s Bazaar (November 2015) link to list
– “Women’s Lib: The Roaming Kitchen Talks Real Food,” TheKindLand.com (February 2016) link to interview
– “#100Recipe Blogger Spotlight: The Roaming Kitchen Indulges In Our Modern Beef Burgundy,” America’s Test Kitchen (January 2016) link to spotlight
– ” 5 Foodstagrammers You Need to Follow Now,” In Style (May 2016) link to article
– “A Food Blog Link We Really Love,” Food52 (May 2016) link to feature
– “It’s Warm! Make Ice Cream!” LuckyPeach.com (April 2017) link to recipes

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