- Browse hundreds of healthy, easy and delicious recipes inspired by the past. From hummus to shakshuka to watermelon salad, join Tori Avey on a culinary journey through the ages.
- 2 days ago Chances are 2 out of 3 might be born the same week,one day apart (as was the case with Zoey and Everly almost two days apart)or even better, the SAME day😊. And we now know one is a girl (and good job Tori and Bobby for keeping the 'C' and 'K' name theme). Hope you have a safe pregnancy Tori with your blood clotting disorder.
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Tori Avey authors The History Kitchen column for PBS Food. She is a food writer, recipe developer, and the creator of ToriAvey.com. She explores the story behind the food why we eat what we eat, how the foods of different cultures have evolved, and how yesterdays recipes can inspire us in the kitchen today. She carefully researches the history of every dish she covers, putting recipes within the context of the time period, ethnicity, and family traditions where they originated. Tori specializes in adapting historical recipes for the modern kitchen while telling the stories behind those recipes, allowing readers to recreate and enjoy the flavors of the past. Tori was the 2012 IACP Peoples Choice Award winner for Best Culinary Website.
Toris mouth-watering recipes and photographs, combined with her storytelling and historical approach to food, have proven to be a winning combination. Toris food writing and photography have appeared on the websites of CNN, Bon Appetit, Zabars, Williams-Sonoma, Yahoo Shine, LA Weekly and The Huffington Post. Shes been a featured guest on Weekend Today in New York and Fox Good Day New York, NBC 6 Miami, ABC 7Live in San Francisco, WGN Chicago Midday News, San Diego Living, Daytime, Martha Stewart Living Radio, The Joan Hamburg Show, and Chef Jamie Gwens radio program. She was a featured speaker at BlogHer Food 2012, the largest food blogging conference in the country.
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Tori is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP), the American Anthropological Association, the American Folklore Society, the Association for the Study of Food and Society, and the Culinary Historians of Southern California.
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