The New York Women’s Culinary Alliance is a participatory organization comprised of talented individuals from all areas of the culinary industry. Below are some features written by or about members.
Tapping desires for experiential dining and unique menus is something NYWCA member Garima Kothari focuses on both while at NYU and as she consults on designs for pastry menus, wine-pairing with desserts and confectionary; conducts vegetarian, vegan & paleo-friendly culinary workshops.
Member, Shin Kim, shares her culture and cuisine from her homeland, South Korea.
Member Jackie Topol has made a living at making food seem so appealing that you just had to have it.
Luca & Bosco's owner shares her passion for ice cream.
Meet the president of NYC Foodscape
Meet the chef/owner of the East Village La Palapa, and NYWCA president
Volunteering has been a part of Irene Yager's life for as long as she can remember.
Bayer, founder of a PR agency, was bit by the culinary bug early.
Liz Young doesn't get a lot of sleep. Not surprising for somebody who grew up in the controlled chaos of a household filled with 13 children.
NYWCA Board member, hotelier, neighborhood leader—whatever title you want to bestow upon Judy Paul—it's clear that she is a very active New Yorker.
Elizabeth Morrill, a new member to the New York Women's Culinary Alliance, wasn't planning on become president of Fizzy Lizzy, LLC