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Employment History

Executive Editor

Time Inc.


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Who Won 2013 Beard Journalism Awards and Why - Dianne Jacob, Will Write For Food

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Ann Taylor Pittman
Cooking Light " Mississippi Chinese Lady Goes Home to Korea" A gorgeous first-person essay disguised as a piece about Korean food, where the American author discovers her heritage and family. Pittman is the food editor of Cooking Light. She had an opportunity here that might not have been given to a freelancer.


DENVER COLORADO :: FIT FOODIE FESTIVAL & 5K/10K

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ANN TAYLOR PITTMAN
Executive Editor Cooking Light


THE FIT FOODIE RACE WEEKEND

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Ann Taylor Pittman is the Executive Editor at Cooking Light magazine.
She is the recipient of two James Beard Foundation Awards: a feature writing award for "Mississippi Chinese Lady Goes Home to Korea" and a cookbook award for co-authoring Cooking Light's The New Way to Cook Light. She joined the Cooking Light family in November 1998; prior to that, she was an English instructor at Mississippi State University. Ann lives in Birmingham, Alabama, with her husband, twin 11-year-old boys, big dog, and little dog.


orangette: serving up inspiration at the greenbrier symposium for professional food writers | Culinary Compulsion

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Ann Taylor Pittman, editor of Cooking Light, and Martha Holmberg, from The Oregonian Food Magazine talked about demystifying the query letter while literary agent Judith Weber and editors Sydny Miner and Bill LeBlond where there to beg us to never send book proposals in a pretty binder.


Grill for Less This Memorial Day - Ideas That Spark

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"No need for the pricier extra virgin when you grill, as you're unlikely to taste the difference over the charcoal flavor," says Ann Taylor Pittman, food editor at Cooking Light magazine.
Flank steak is another good alternative, because "it absorbs moisture quickly so you can marinate it in 10 minutes, and it stays tender on the grill," explains Pittman. "Pizza's great for using up all your leftover veggies -- that half bell pepper or handful of arugula -- or even little pieces of meat," says Pittman.


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