- Michele Humes has written about food for Slate, The Atlantic, and The New York Times. At Serious Eats, she began the series "Eat for Eight Bucks," a love letter of sorts to the budget-conscious gourmet.
- She has taken many favorite recipes from popular cookbook authors out for a run in the Serious Eats feature "Cook the Book."
- Michele's book The Noodle Soup Oracle: Hundreds of Possibilities for the World's Most Favorite Comfort Food (2019) inspires even beginner cooks to step outside their comfort zone.
Michele has written on a wide range of food topics for Serious Eats, drawing on her culinary training and broad experience in the food world. She has taken favorite recipes from cookbooks by popular authors out for a run in "Cook the Book" and challenged herself to create budget-friendly recipes for "Eat for Eight Bucks." Michele has written about food in Slate, The Atlantic, and The New York Times. Her book The Noodle Soup Oracle: Hundreds of Possibilities for the World's Most Favorite Comfort Food (2019) is a compendium of how-to techniques to inspire even beginner cooks to step outside their comfort zone.
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