- Marguerite Preston, born and raised in New Jersey, is a former baker and a current editor and writer.
- Preston has served as editor at Eater New York and is currently writing for The New York Times Wirecutter, covering kitchen appliances, gear, baking equipment, and meal delivery kits.
- She began her foray into food by working as a pastry cook in New York City.
Marguerite Preston started in New York restaurants as a pastry cook, but pivoted to food media and began specializing in equipment reviews. She was editor at Eater New York and now writes about kitchen gear, appliances, bakery equipment and more for The New York Times Wirecutter.
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