Kerry Dunnington | Baltimore, Maryland
Kerry Dunnington is a Baltimore-based award-winning cookbook author, personal chef, caterer and curator of unique culinary concepts. With a devoted following on social media, Kerry loves to share her fresh ideas, innovative recipes, and culinary adventures at Williams-Sonoma, Whole Foods Market, open-air farmers' markets, book festivals and many other food locales.
Kerry's work is inspired by locally-based, farm-to-table eating and she is committed to following the rhythm of the food seasons. She is passionate about creating and sharing exciting and healthy food combinations, teaching cooking classes, and writing cookbooks.
The founder of Baltimore's Eat In Season Challenge and a food columnist for a variety of publications, Kerry established Artichoke Publishers in 2014. Kerry's newest cookbook, The Seasonal Kitchen: Farm-Fresh Ingredients Enhance 165 Recipes, landed a review with Publishers Weekly and it won the New York City Big Book Award.
Kerry's food articles appear in numerous publications, including Slow Food USA, and her work has been featured in a wide variety of media outlets. Kerry's cookbooks, Tasting the Seasons and This Book Cooks have won nine national book awards. Tasting the Seasons is one of 22 books recommended by Food Tank, and her volume, This Book Cooks, is the winner of the Mom's Choice award, which recognizes product excellence. Social media and YouTube phenomenon Anna Saccone named Kerry's stove-to-oven brownie recipe the "world's best brownie."
Neighbor and Washington Post contributor, Kathy Lally recently wrote this feature, Getting to Know Kerry Dunnington. Kerry's latest fun and exciting culinary adventures can be found on her social media sites below.