Hannah Selinger is an award-nominated journalist with work appearing in The New York Times Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Eater, Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine, The Boston Globe, The New York Times, and elsewhere. Her 2021 Bon Appétit essay, “In My Childhood Kitchen, I Learned Both Fear and Love,” is anthologized in this year’s Best American Food Writing collection, published by HarperCollins and guest-edited by American chef Sohla El-Waylly. Selinger’s 2020 Eater essay, “Life Was Not a Peach,” was nominated for a 2022 M.F.K. Distinguished Writing James Beard Award and received a notable mention in the 2021 Best American Food Writing collection. Selinger was a 2020 IACP Award finalist in the category of Narrative Beverage Writing With or Without Recipes and a 2022 IACP Award finalist in the category of Narrative Beverage Writing With Recipes. A graduate of the Sommelier Society of America and the French Culinary Institute and a Certified Sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers, Selinger has long-standing professional restaurant and cooking experience, which she has parlayed into work as a recipe-writer for major print and digital publications like Outside Magazine, EatingWell, Bon Appétit, and The Washington Post. She lives north of Boston with her husband, two sons, two dogs, and two Russian tortoises.
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