- In addition to Serious Eats, Olga has contributed work to the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Patch, New York Magazine, My Jewish Learning, the Cooking Channel, and Kitchn.
- She has co- and ghost-written seven cookbooks and spent a few years as an editor for Phaidon Press.
- Olga is an assistant recipes editor for The Washington Post food section.
Olga Massov is an assistant recipes editor for The Washington Post food section and a freelance food writer, editor, and cookbook collaborator. She also spent a few years editing over a dozen books for Phaidon Press. Olga has co- and ghost-written seven cookbooks and, in addition to Serious Eats, contributed work to the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Patch, New York Magazine, My Jewish Learning, the Cooking Channel, and Kitchn. She was born in Russia, grew up in Boston, spent 17 years in the New York City area, and now lives in Silver Spring, Maryland, with her family.
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