About Barbara Seelig Brown
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“Put on your Bunny Slippers, pour a glass of wine and cook.”
For years, as a culinary educator, this has been Barbara’s
favorite phrase to set the scene for her students. The concept
– relax, have a good time, and she will show you how to make
cooking at home a breeze.
resonates in all Barbara’s culinary endeavors be they as a
cookbook author, food columnist, radio personality and now as a
TV host for the Stress Free Cooking Show, airing
Fall 2007. Barbara’s move into television is a natural
extension of her work as both a culinary educator and food and
broadcast media appearances include the following:
the new Stress Free Cooking Show
Back to School Fuel-Kid Zones
SuperFoods with Steven Pratt, MD
chef for the Fun to Know DVD series on cooking
by Millenium Interactive, Inc.
interviews on Fox 5's Good Day NY, New Jersey
News12's Morning Edition, News12's To Your Health
with Dr. Bruce Bonano, and Women in Mind with Dr.
Deborah Diamond Fisch
interviews including WHYY's A Chef's Table with Chef
Jim Coleman and Dining Today with Pat Tanner
published extensively both as a cookbook author and as a food
and wine columnist. Her initial debut with Stress Free Cooking,
in 2002, has led to numerous requests for contributions in
local, regional and national print media. Barbara’s recipes,
tips and tricks have appeared in New Jersey’s Star Ledger
Savor, The Record Food, Garden State Woman and New Jersey
Countryside. She is a contributing writer for the new
Garden Plate Magazine and Cooking Light Magazine.
Barbara has been working on two new cookbooks. Sensational
Seafood, in coordination with the American Diabetes Association
will debut in Fall 2008 and the Super Foods Weight Loss Cookbook
is scheduled for Spring 2008.
continues her avocation for culinary education by teaching at
various cooking schools in New York, New Jersey and
Pennsylvania. She is professionally active as a member of The
New York Chapter of Les Dames d'Escoffier International, The
International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP), The
American Dietetics Association, and Women for Wine Sense.
Barbara is a
spokesperson for Colavita Olive Oil and Shady Brook
Farms/Honeysuckle White Turkey brands. Barbara lives with her
husband in, NJ.