Marge Perry

Content Strategist, Copywriter, Ghostwriter, Writer

Compelling, engaging and award-winning content about food, travel, nutrition and health.

Marge is an award-winning writer who also broadcasts, teaches and speaks about food, nutrition, travel and cooking. She is the Contributing Health Editor for Racheal Ray Every Day, a long-standing Newsday columnist; health columnist for AllRecipes magazine, and Ask the Expert columnist for MyRecipes.com (written and video). She also writes for TheKitchn, Food Network, The New York Times, Fine Cooking, Eating Well, Better Homes & Gardens, Prevention, and Self. She is a frequent guest on television (including news segments, QVC, and a regular feature on News 12) and radio. Her blog, A Sweet and Savory Life, allows her to exercise the depth and breadth of her writing.
Marge is the recipient of the Folio award for Best Travel Writing; in the same year she received the Best Essay award from the Association of Food Journalists.
In addition to Dinner Tonight, the cookbook based on her daily Newsday column, Marge has ghost and co-written nearly 20 other chef and celebrity food and nutrition books, including a number of New York Times best sellers. Her next book, co-authored with her husband, Chef David Bonom, is Hero Dinners: Complete One-Pan Meals that Save the Day (Morrow April 2019).
Marge teaches cooking and media classes at the Institute of Culinary Education and Food Writing at New York University. Her extensive involvement with the food industry ranges from writing about cooking and nutrition, chefs, restaurants, growers, and producers; recipe development; restaurant reviewing; menu consulting; and teaching cooking and nutrition in under-served neighborhoods. Marge is an authoritative and accessible guide for anyone who cooks, eats and travels.
Categories
Content Types
Article, Blog Post, Whitepaper, Social Copy, Website Copy, Interview, Product Description, Guide, Studio Photography, Product Photography, Social Video, Commercial, Recipe
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Boston University School of Public Communication, BS
Institute of Culinary Education, n/a
New York, NY, USA|Languages
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Food and Recipes

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thekitchn.com
Kitchn | Inspiring cooks, nourishing homes

Health

1
thekitchn.com
Yes, You Can Drink on Keto — Here's What You Need to Know
February 4, 2018

Travel

1
rachaelraymag.com
Article
5 Fantastic Foodie Road Trips

Folio Award winning travel piece

May 21, 2013

Sustainability, Agriculture and Environment

1
rachaelraymag.com
How to Make Your Grocery Trip More Earth-Friendly
April 12, 2019

Advice

6
thekitchn.com
Can I Ask My Vegan Uncle to Bring His Own Meal to Dinner?
February 21, 2019
thekitchn.com
Help! A Friend Asked Me to Pay $50 for Thanksgiving Dinner.
November 21, 2018
thekitchn.com
Am I Supposed to Serve the Wine My Guest Brings to Dinner?
December 13, 2018
thekitchn.com
Help! My MIL Is Feeding My Kid Sugar Against My Wishes.
January 2, 2019
thekitchn.com
I Think My Friend Is Faking Her Food Allergy. What Do I Do?
January 16, 2019
thekitchn.com
My Roommate Keeps Stealing My Food, but She Totally Denies It. What Am I Supposed to Do?
May 9, 2019

Essays

1
newsday.com
Article
Strawberry-frosted cupcakes

Winner of the AFJ award for Best Essay: this appeared in Newsday where I am a long-running columnist.

February 7, 2012

Rachael Ray Every Day , Better Homes and Gardens, Cooking Light, MyRecipes.com, The Kitchn, AllRecipes, Newsday, The New York Times

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nytimes.com
Article
When the Rich Are Not So Different
January 12, 2003
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