Amy Sherman is a San Francisco–based cookbook author, food writer and recipe developer. She launched the blog, Cooking with Amy, in June of 2003. Not long after it was chosen one of the top five food blogs by Forbes and also singled out by The Guardian (UK) as a top food blog. It has received over 2 million visits.
On the blog she offers original recipes, reviews, commentary, news and culinary travel information.
She’s honored that her blog is listed as a “Site we Love” by Saveur, linked to it by Cooking Light, Epicurious, Good Housekeeping, Redbook and the New York Times (Bay Area edition) among others and was “blog of the day” on the Julie & Julia movie web site.
She writes for various magazines, including Cheers, where she writes about food and beverage pairing. She also writes about trends and culinary travel for Epicurious, restaurant reviews for SF Station (a local city guide) and was a weekly contributor at KQED’s food blog, Bay Area Bites for over five years. She was also contributing editor at Glam and wine and spirits writer at Project Foodie.
She is the author of Williams-Sonoma New Flavors for Appetizers and Wine Passport: Portugal (SmartsCo), Williams-Sonoma New Flavors for Appetizers: Classic Recipes Redefined and wrote the introduction to a recent reprint of the classic Jane Grigson’s Vegetable Book.