- Helen Rosner is an award-winning food writer based in Brooklyn who wrote an essay about cupcakes (and their enduring connection to Sex and the City) for Serious Eats.
- Now a staff writer for The New Yorker, she previously led teams at Eater, Saveur, and New York Magazine.
- In 2016, Helen won a James Beard Award for her essay in Guernica about chicken tenders, a topic on which she is an established expert.
Helen Rosner is an award-winning writer and editor who wrote an essay for Serious Eats about the rise (and fall) of cupcakes thanks to Sex and the City. Based in Brooklyn, she’s worked as a cookbook editor; Eater's executive editor, where she founded the publication’s award-winning features department; Saveur’s executive digital editor; and New York Magazine’s online restaurant editor. In 2016, Helen won a James Beard Award for her in-depth ode to chicken tenders published in Guernica, and she’s currently a staff writer and food correspondent for The New Yorker.
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