- Yasmin is a food writer, recipe developer, and cookbook author.
- Her debut cookbook, Keeping it Simple, was named a best Spring 2020 cookbook by The New York Times, Forbes, and Esquire UK.
- Yasmin has a master's degree in food studies from New York University.
Yasmin Fahr is a food writer, recipe developer and author of the cookbook Keeping it Simple. She has a penchant for cheesy phrases, lemons, fresh herbs, feta and cumin. She attended Cornell University and then completed a master’s degree in food studies from New York University. Her writing and recipes have appeared online and in print publications such as The Kitchn, Epicurious, TASTE, Bon Appétit, Serious Eats, Food & Wine, and others.
Keeping it Simple was named a best Spring 2020 cookbook by The New York Times, Forbes, and Esquire UK, and has been featured in O The Oprah Magazine, GOOP, Today Show Food, The Washington Post, The Independent, Telegraph, and more.
Yasmin currently lives in New York City, with previous stints in London and Los Angeles.
Yasmin has a BA from Cornell University and an MA in food studies from New York University.
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