I'm Justin Schwartz, an Executive Cookbook 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.
- so cute RT: @msirinagonzalez I <3 #Mockingjay cookies from @SheKnows! bit.ly/11yy8ri cc @TheHungerGames @HGT_Fansite @HGMovieSite 6 days ago
- @dakotakim1 also curious about the @wordbookstores events since one of their locations in JC is two blocks from where i live 3 weeks ago
- @dakotakim1 i'm kind of curious about your cookbook project (i'm a ckbk editor) -- you'll be at Housing Works tonight? 3 weeks ago
Category Archives: New York City
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
Last year I went to a food truck event on Governors Island. The line for the ferry was hundreds of people long, but I decided to wait it out. When I finally got to the free-admission event, every one of … Continue reading
I have a few friends working for cool-sounding start-up companies, but when they get down to explaining the concept behind the business, I bet sometimes I’m making a very perplexed expression on my face. In fact I probably did that … Continue reading
My blog isn’t known for being controversial, but this is a hot topic lately, ever since Domino’s announced they were offering a gluten-free pizza crust. I feel great now that I’m gluten-free, better than ever actually, but I was never … Continue reading