Emily Teel has been named Editor-in-Chief of Spoonful Magazine, a seasonal magazine and high-quality cookbook that’s at the forefront of the bookazine movement.
“Emily has been essential to the editorial success of Spoonful Magazine as we approach our first birthday this spring and celebrate being named one of the 30 Hottest Magazine Launches in 2016,” says Kristina Erfe Pines, founder and publisher of Spoonful Magazine, which is based in Wynnewood, PA. “She has led our efforts to bring the art of home cooking and gathering back into the modern home, at a time when a sense of connectedness and community is more important than ever.”
Emily, a resident of South Philadelphia, began her career at Spoonful as food editor with the launch of the publication’s first issue in Spring 2016. Since then, she has migrated into the role of editor-in-chief as the founder, Kristina Erfe Pines, has taken on the increasing demands of business operations, distribution and public appearances fueled by Spoonful’s growth.
Emily is well known in Philadelphia as a freelance food writer, recipe editor, tester and developer. A regular contributor to Eater Philly, Uwishunu, Grid Magazine, Edible Philly, and Foobooz, her writing has also appeared in Serious Eats, Civil Eats, USA Today, the Huffington Post and The Kitchn.
A graduate of Bryn Mawr College and a Legacy Award Winner with the women's culinary organization Les Dames d'Escoffier International, Emily is passionate about food and committed to the idea that everyone deserves access to meals that are both nourishing and satisfying. She completed a Master of Arts in Food Culture and Communications at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in 2011 as well as a residency teaching food writing at the LongHouse Food Scholars Program. Emily began her career as a Senior Manager of Food Donations at Philabundance.
About Spoonful Magazine
A seasonal magazine and high-quality cookbook in one, Spoonful brings gracious entertaining back into the modern home with fresh ideas that celebrate home cooking, inspired recipes and small-batch artisans. Each issue immerses you in culinary and home entertaining experiences you’ll never forget, while offering inspiration, encouragement, and tested tips and techniques from home cooks all over the globe. Spoonful can be found in Barnes & Noble, Whole Foods, more than 600 bookstores across the country, as well as 200 high-end grocery and specialty stores. For more information, visit www.spoonfulmag.com