I'm Justin Schwartz, an Executive Editor for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. My opinions are my own and have nothing to do with my employer. I'm an occasional food writer and wannabe photographer, and this blog is about what I'm up to these days. I'm the author of Veg Out Vegetarian Guide to New York City and The Marshmallow Fluff Cookbook. You can email me at justin at justinschwartz.com. I'm also on Instagram.
A lot of the books I write about are ones I've edited, so my opinions are very biased. And if I didn't work on the book, someone probably gave it to me for free. So keep that in mind before you take my word for it. Sometimes I just like to give a shout-out to my friends.
- i'm so fascinated and have to try some of this stuff @EPICbar @whole30 2 hours ago
- RT @whole30: Our #Whole30 editor @justcooknyc came up with this gorgeous recipe just for our #julywhole30 people! #getgrilling https://t.co… 1 day ago
- Great burgers and cocktails with @msirinagonzalez at @churchsttav last night! #thankyou http://t.co/blNns6zDT2 3 weeks ago
Author Archives: justcooknyc
For the record in case you don’t know how Whole30 goes, even though I’m technically all “done” and on Day 31, I’m really still on it. I’m in the reintroduction phase, which I now realize may be even more important … Continue reading
I’ve been fortunate to work with some amazing authors in the past, and just when I didn’t think it could get much better, I received a fascinating proposal for a book by legendary Mediterranean food expert Nancy Harmon Jenkins a … Continue reading
I’ve mentioned I’m a little obsessed with the breakfast recipes in Jessica Merchant’s awesome new cookbook, Seriously Delish, right? If I can put an egg on it, then I’m happy. Next up… Bacon, Egg and Avocado Corn Cakes. I managed … Continue reading
It’s my favorite time of year, when the new Fall cookbooks start coming out. But this is no ordinary cookbook. I’ve had the immense pleasure of working with Jessica Merchant of How Sweet It Is for the past couple of … Continue reading
Note this drawing is now closed. I’ve been counting the days until April 29th for a while now. The first cookbook by Iron Chef Marc Forgione (cleverly titled Marc Forgione) was a long time in the works. The photo shoot … Continue reading