Sheri Wetherell

Hello! I'm the co-founder and CEO of Foodista.com, and creator of the International Food Blogger Conference (IFBC). I grew up surrounded by food on both sides of my family. My paternal grandmother owned a diner for many years, and my maternal grandmother (and mother of five daughters) was always found in the kitchen baking or whipping up garden-fresh tomato juice. My mother instilled in me the importance of healthy, wholesome eating and fed the entire family homemade soups, breads, and fresh carrot juice. Through my grandmothers, mother, and numerous travels overseas, I developed my love of food. I honed my palate and taste for travel by hopping planes with my airline pilot father, spent nearly a year studying in Italy and traveling in Greece, and taught English in Tokyo for three years. My professional background is in traditional and online marketing, where I worked for companies such as Amazon.com, Microsoft, Nordstrom, and eBay. With Foodista.com I have finally found my true passion - immersion in the world of food. I'm also the proud mama of daughter Emery.

Organization memberships:
Les Dames d'Escoffier - Seattle Chapter
International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP)
 

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June 14, 2011

Barbecued ribs

Have a dad who loves to get his grill on? Treat him this Father's Day with some of these great barbecuing tools! Metal Grill Wok This is great for grilling vegetables, cubes of meat, and small...

June 6, 2011

sorbet

As summer approaches we'll all be looking for ways to stay cool, and nothing refreshes on a hot day or after supper like an icy cold sorbet. Rather than a store-bought pint, try whipping up...

June 1, 2011

fava beans

We scoured the web for some fava-licious ways to cook up one of our most favorite spring beans. Might we add that any would pair well with a nice Chianti.  Mushroom Risotto with Asparagus and...

May 31, 2011

limoncello

Years ago, I spent a lovely weekend with friends in a tiny cabin we rented on a picturesque lemon grove just outside of Sorrento, Italy. We'd asked the kind owner if we could pick lemons to make...

May 31, 2011

chicken curry

A good curry can be a daunting thing to make. The laundry list of spices needed and the time needed to toast them can make any home cook flip the page of his or her cookbook to something simpler. The...

May 27, 2011

Burger Mania! This weekend marks the official opening of BBQ season, a time when nearly every grill in every backyard across the country will be fired up. Below you'll find delicious burgers...

May 26, 2011

rustic cauliflower bake

If you'd asked me last year what I thought of cauliflower I would have wrinkled up my nose and exclaimed, "Boring!" But I've changed my tune and I now love cauliflower. What changed...

May 26, 2011

shrimp scampi

Food always tastes best when ingredients are fresh and in-season. Wild, fresh shrimp is incomparable in flavor: sweet, delicate, and a wonderful salty hint of the sea. Try these shrimp-tastic recipes...

May 26, 2011

steak and chimichurri sauce

Go to Argentina and you'll find a multitude of chimichurri varieties, and each are equally delicious drizzled over perfectly grilled steaks. Green versions of chimichurri typically contain olive...

May 24, 2011

tamale pie

Need some inspiration for a quick and easy dinner? Try this Tamale Pie. It's kid-friendly, family approved! Easy Tamale Pie 1 tube prepared polenta 2 cups chili 1 cup corn 1 ½ cups...

May 24, 2011

filet mignon

Flank (a.k.a. London Broil), Hanger, Skirt Steak These types of steaks, cut from the underside, are tough and sometimes quite fatty (as with skirt steaks), but they are wonderfully full of flavor...

May 24, 2011

beef brisket

Get a wiggle on (that's cowboy speak for "hurry") and make this tasty good brisket! It's flavored with a cowboy's favorites: bacon drippings and strong coffee.  Cowboy...

May 24, 2011

Coffee rubbed pork tenderloin

In Seattle we put coffee in about everything short of our gas tanks (though I'm sure someone's working on that). We flavor our desserts, cookies, cakes, doughnuts with our coveted elixir. And...

May 24, 2011

America's Best BBQ Cookbook

Memorial Day is right around the corner, which means many of us will be firing up the barbie! Looking for grilling inspiration? Want to wow your friends? Are you a BBQ first-timer? Need to hone your...

May 23, 2011

parmesan herb rice cakes

Have a habit of making too much rice? Tired of turning it into the same old stir fry dishes? Try making cheesy herby rice cakes! I made these with leftover sticky brown rice (available at Asian...

May 23, 2011

Green tea cream puffs

If you like green tea, you'll love these Easy Green Tea Cream Puffs, also know as Matcha Cream Puffs. Matcha is the potent green tea powder used in traditional Japanese tea ceremony, but it is...

May 23, 2011

asparagus soup

Michelangelo once said that he merely chipped away the stone to reveal the masterpiece already within. Well, I don't know about that humility, but what I do know is that when you cook with the...

May 20, 2011

BBQ pulled pork sandwich

It's grilling season and that means it's time for some good BBQ pulled pork! All good things come to those who wait - especially when it comes to pulled pork. Marinating and slow roasting are...

May 20, 2011

tortilla soup

  Need chicken inspiration? Try any of these fabulous (and easy!) chicken dishes for any night of the week - in one pot or less! Italian Chicken Casserole A delicious one-pot dish of sauteéd...

May 20, 2011

bacon butty

In America we have the B.L.T. In the U.K. there's the Bacon Butty (or Buttie, Bap, Barm, Cob, or Sarnie), a simple sandwich of bread, bacon, and butter. Why mess around with lettuce and tomato...

May 16, 2011

Copper River Salmon season begins in mid May, a time us Pacific Northwesterners anxiously await each year. Why so special? This variety of salmon originates from the Copper River in Alaska, a nearly...

May 13, 2011

hollandaise sauce

Asparagus smothered in lemony hollandaise. Silky lasagne noodles baked beneath creamy béchamel. Tender poached chicken swaddled in a velvety velouté. In French cuisine there are five basic sauces...

May 13, 2011

Our Dear Readers, We're thrilled to announce that the Foodista blog is moving to much greener pastures! With ten new editors, we're focusing on a range of new categories sure to inspire,...

May 2, 2011

strawberry french toast

What many moms wish for on Mother's Day is a day of relaxation and pampering, and nothing says "we love you" like breakfast in bed. Below you'll find some of our favorite morning...

May 2, 2011

Whip up a batch of margaritas and have a feast with some of these classic Mexican favorites! Pork Carnitas Tacos Succulent slow roasted pork makes for some of the best tacos. Serve with chopped...

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