- Grace Parisi is the author of five cookbooks, including the James Beard nominated Get Saucy.
- She was the senior test kitchen editor for Food & Wine magazine for 18 years.
- Parisi has developed and styled recipes for a wide variety of publications, including Martha Stewart Living, Cooking Light, Fitness, Epicurious, O Magazine, and more.
Grace Parisi entered the culinary world through commercial food styling--gluing sesame seeds on hamburger buns and stuffing barely cooked turkeys with mashed potatoes. She moved on to writing, recipe development, and editorial work, serving as Food & Wine magazine's senior test kitchen editor for 18 years. Here Parisi wrote numerous columns and contributed to print, online, and video platforms. She is the number one searched chef on Food & Wine's website.
Over the years Parisi has contributed her writing, recipe development, and styling skills to many publications, including Martha Stewart Living, Cooking Light, Fitness, Epicurious, O Magazine, and more. She has authored and created recipes for five cookbooks, The Quick Pickle, Lasagna, Get Saucy, The Portlandia Cookbook, and Summer/Winter Pasta.
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