- Sarah Grey writes about food history and food culture for Serious Eats.
- In addition to Serious Eats, her food writing has appeared in Saveur, Lucky Peach, Spoonful, Edible Philly, Roads & Kingdoms, The Best Food Writing 2015 anthology, and more.
- She's a developmental editor for O'Reilly Media.
Sarah Grey spends most of her time writing and editing books about everything from linguistics to labor movements, and is especially interested in the sociology of food. In addition to Serious Eats, her food writing has appeared in the anthology Best Food Writing 2015, Saveur, Lucky Peach, Spoonful, Edible Philly, Roads & Kingdoms, and more. She won the Robinson Prize for Excellence in Copy Editing from the American Copy Editors Society in 2016. She is a developmental editor for O'Reilly Media and former freelance writer and editor at Grey Editing. She grew up in the Pittsburgh area and still puts french fries on her sandwiches.
When she's not working, Sarah enjoys hosting weekly meatball dinners, exploring far-flung corners of Philadelphia, and introducing her picky child to new culinary delights.
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