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Ruth Reichl
Ruth Reichl.jpg
Reichl in 2012
Occupation Food writer, magazine editor, chef
Nationality United States
Genre Cooking

Ruth Reichl (pronounced RYE-shil) is an American chef, food writer, co-producer of PBS's Gourmet's Diary of a Foodie, culinary editor for the Modern Library, host of PBS's Gourmet's Adventures With Ruth, and the last editor-in-chief of the now shuttered Gourmet magazine. She has written critically acclaimed, best-selling memoirs: Tender at the Bone: Growing Up at the Table, Comfort Me with Apples: More Adventures at the Table, Garlic and Sapphires: The Secret Life of a Critic in Disguise and Not Becoming My Mother.[1] In 2009 she published Gourmet Today a 1,008 page cookbook containing over 1,000 recipes. She published her first novel, Delicious! in 2014, and, in 2015, published My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes That Saved My Life, a memoir of recipes prepared in the year following the shuttering of Gourmet.[2]

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Life and career

Born in New York City on January 16, 1948, to parents Ernst, a typographer and Miriam (née Brudno),[3] the daughter of a German Jewish refugee father and an American Jewish mother.[4] Reichl was raised in Greenwich Village in New York City and spent time at a boarding school in Montreal as a young girl. She attended the University of Michigan, where she met her first husband, the artist Douglas Hollis. She graduated in 1970 with an M.A. in Art History.

She and Hollis moved to Berkeley, California, where her interest in food led to her joining the collectively owned Swallow Restaurant as a chef and co-owner from 1973 to 1977, and where she played an important role in the culinary revolution taking place at the time. Reichl began her food-writing career with Mmmmm: A Feastiary, a cookbook, in 1972. She moved on to become food writer and editor of New West magazine from 1973 to 1977, then to the Los Angeles Times as its restaurant editor from 1984 to 1993 and food editor and critic from 1990 to 1993. She returned to her native New York City in 1993 to become the restaurant critic for The New York Times before leaving to assume the editorship of Gourmet in 1999.

She is known for her ability to "make or break" a restaurant[5] with her fierce attention to detail and her adventurous spirit. For Reichl, her mission has been to "demystify the world of fine cuisine" (CBS News Online). She has won acclaim with both readers and writers alike for her honesty about some of the not-so-fabulous aspects of haute cuisine. Through an outsider's perspective, she harshly criticized the sexism prevalent toward women in dine-out experiences, as well as the pretentious nature of the ritziest New York restaurants and restaurateurs alike.

Despite her success and tales of how she used to disguise herself to mask her identity while reviewing, she is quite open about why she stopped. "I really wanted to go home and cook for my family," she says. "I don't think there's one thing more important you can do for your kids than have family dinner".[5] Reichl is now married to television news producer, Michael Singer; they have a son, Nick.

She has been the recipient of four James Beard Awards: in 1996 and 1998 for restaurant criticism, one in 1994 for journalism and in 1984 for Who's Who of Food and Beverage in America; as well as several awards granted by the Association of American Food Journalists. She was also the recipient of the YWCA's Elizabeth Cutter Morrow Award, celebrating the accomplishments of strong, successful women. Reichl served as host for three Food Network Specials titled "Eating Out Loud" which covered cuisine from each coast and corner of the United States, in New York in 2002, and Miami and San Francisco in 2003. She also frequents Leonard Lopate's monthly food radio show on WNYC in New York.

From 2011-2013, Reichl appeared as a judge on seasons 3, 4 and 5 of the Bravo reality television show Top Chef Masters.[6]

In 2015, Reichl appeared as a Featured Author, leading a writing seminar, at the Iceland Writers Retreat in Reykjavik, Iceland.[1]

Books

  • Mmmmm: A Feastiary (cookbook), (1972)
  • Tender at the Bone: Growing Up at the Table (memoir) (1998)
  • Comfort Me with Apples: More Adventures at the Table (memoir) (2001)
  • Garlic and Sapphires: The Secret Life of a Critic in Disguise (memoir) (2005)[5]
  • The Gourmet Cookbook: More Than 1000 Recipes (2006)
  • Not Becoming My Mother: and Other Things She Taught Me Along the Way (2009)
  • Gourmet Today: More than 1000 All-New Recipes for the Contemporary Kitchen (2009)
  • For You, Mom. Finally. (2010; first published under the title Not Becoming My Mother)
  • Delicious! (novel) (2014)
  • My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes That Saved My Life (2015)

References

  1. ^ "Garlic and Sapphires: The Secret Life of a Critic in Disguise (review)". Archived from the original on 2010-08-10. Retrieved 2010-06-09. 
  2. ^ "Cookbook review: In 'My Kitchen Year,' Ruth Reichl soldiers on after gourmet shutdown". latimes.com. Retrieved 2016-02-29. 
  3. ^ Ernst Reichl, web page, accessed 8 June 2016
  4. ^ JWeekly: "Celebrity Jews" by Nate Bloom. January 13, 2006
  5. ^ a b c Garlic and Sapphires, Tatiana Morales, May 18, 2005, CBS news, retrieved 8 June 2016
  6. ^ "Top Chef Masters". 

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