- Stef Shapira wrote a feature on Lady M Bakery for the Serious Eats series “Ask The Pastry Chef.”
- She researched ingredients for Chopped and Iron Chef America at Food Network and managed the communications team at the Museum of Food and Drink in New York City.
- Stef is a food event producer and serves as the chef coordinator for Hot Luck, an annual food and music festival co-founded by Austin chef Aaron Franklin.
Texas native Stef made the most of her time in New York City, immersing herself in food culture and media. She researched ingredients for Chopped and Iron Chef America at Food Network, managed the communications team at the Museum of Food and Drink, and covered food stories for Serious Eats. Back in Austin, Stef parlayed her knowledge of food and communications into a career in public relations, specializing in the food, beverage, and hospitality industries. She produces food events and serves as chef coordinator for Hot Luck, an annual Memorial Day weekend food and music festival co-founded by Austin chef Aaron Franklin.
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