Sara Moulton, one of the pioneers of contemporary food media, with us this week for an eG Spotlight Conversation. Moulton will join us to discuss the many aspects of her busy professional life. As executive chef at Gourmet, Moulton plays an active role in shaping the culinary focus on the most influential food magazine in the U.S. Her television work -- starting with PBS's Julia Child & More Company and continuing to Good Morning, America and her revolutionary Food TV shows, Cooking Live and Sara's Secrets -- have set the standard for thoughtful, inclusive cooking programming that focuses on food, not flash. Her two cookbooks, Sara Moulton Cooks at Home and the new Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, display Sara's informed, encouraging, and practical approaches to even the most complex of dishes.
Linda LaRose (fifi), Susan Fahning (snowangel), and I invite you to join the eG Spotlight Conversation with Sara Moulton, in which she will answer your queries concerning her two decades working in the world of food, her cookbooks, and her adventures at Gourmet, FoodTV, PBS, and beyond.
Join us as we welcome Sara to this latest eG Spotlight Conversation!
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