- Writer, editor, recipe developer, and author of four cookbooks.
- His first book, Will It Waffle?, won praise from The New York Times and People.
- Has also worked with Yummly and Food52.
Daniel Shumski is a writer, editor, and recipe developer who has hunted ramen in Tokyo for The Washington Post and tracked down ice cream in Buenos Aires for the Los Angeles Times. Between stints at the Chicago Sun-Times and the Chicago Tribune, he worked for a Midwestern heirloom apple orchard that sold to Chicago's top restaurants. His first book, Will It Waffle?: 53 Irresistible and Unexpected Recipes to Make in a Waffle Iron (2014), won praise from The New York Times and People. He has also authored Will it Skillet? (2017), How to Instant Pot (2017), and How to Sous Vide (2021). In addition to Serious Eats, he has worked with Yummly and Food52.
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