Rachael will be speaking with renowned journalist and food writer, Kim Severson at the 92nd st Y on March 26th. Tickets are on sale now and if you use code RR40, you will get 40% off! This offer is only available through our website. See Rach on the 26th and get your book signed by her.
Rachael Ray is host of the daytime television series Rachael Ray. She’s also known for her relationship with the Food Network, hosting shows such as Tasty Travels and Emmy-award winning 30 Minute Meals. In addition to her television endeavors, Rachael has turned her “30-Minute Meals” concept into a bestselling series of cookbooks and her own magazine Every Day with Rachael Ray. In 2006, she launched the Yum-o! organization to empower kids and their families to develop healthy relationships with food and cooking by teaching families to cook, feeding hungry kids and funding cooking education and scholarships.
Through the three core work areas of Cook, Feed and Fund, Yum-o! educates kids and their families about food and cooking by offering an interactive website that enables young cooks to get started in the kitchen and try out family-friendly recipes; teams up with partner organizations to feed hungry children; and funds innovative cooking programs in schools and educational opportunities for kids who are interested in pursuing careers in the restaurant and foodservice industry.
Kim Severson joined the New York Times in 2004. She writes about food and cultural trends. Previously, she was a food writer and editor at the San Francisco Chronicle. At the San Francisco Chronicle, she won national awards for news and feature writing, including the Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism for her work on childhood obesity in 2002.
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