About Alexandra Greeley
Currently the food editor of Vegetarian Times magazine, Alexandra Greeley is a well-known food journalist and restaurant critic in the Washington, DC area.
Her work has been published in Gastronomica, Fine Cooking Chili Pepper, AOL's DigitalCity Washington, The Washington Post, Washingtonian magazine, The Journal, Newsday and The InTowner. Her cookbook credits include ASIAN SOUPS, STEWS & CURRIES for Macmillan and ASIAN GRILLS for Doubleday. She has written several mini Asian cookbooks for Periplus publishers in Singapore. She also wrote the text and edited the recipes for a book/CD package for Macmillan entitled MEXICO!; wrote GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT for Simon & Schuster; and was the staff writer for Time-Life's cookbook series, "Great Meals in Minutes." In addition, she served as food editor/writer for the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong.
Greeley is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and the culinary group, Les Dames dčEscoffier, and is the Washington, DC coleader of SlowFood USA.
About the Q&A
The Q&A will be moderated (MQ) .
Alexandra and Vegetarian Times has requested that no questions be asked regarding the preparation and use of dishes which use meat and animal proteins, although discussion of utilization of meat substitutes and dairy/eggs will be permitted.
Alexandra Greeley Q&A
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