Chef Stephanie Green, RD
Learn to love eating vegetables with award-winning registered dietitian, chef and cookbook author Stephanie Green and Green’s Cookery. Chef Stephanie was seized with passion for food at a young age, and encouraged the planting of her annual family garden, which she cared for each year. As a young adolescent, recovering from a major motorcycle accident, Chef Stephanie researched what foods she could eat, to restore her health. Later in life as a breast cancer survivor, she dove deeper into the world of fresh produce and health. Her fascination with health and nutrition lead her to get additional degrees and help over 10,000 people understand how they can eat healthy in ways they love with flavors they crave. Chef Stephanie’s new digital magazine, Green’s Cookery is your guide to exploring fresh seasonal vegetables and creating nutrient dense, produce-centric dishes that everyone will love.
Having worked for and with some of the biggest names in the business, such as P.F. Chang’s, GNC, Mountain High Yoghurt and Fairytale Brownies, Chef Stephanie’s latest adventure guides readers on how to spend less time in the kitchen and more time getting to know and enjoy affordable seasonable produce.
Green’s Cookery is published four times a year – highlighting the fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices that are bountiful with each season. In each issue Chef Stephanie explores four key “World Flavor Profiles” taken from classic cuisines around the world and simplified into an easy to use global system of contemporary American, Asian, Mediterranean and Southwestern flavors.
“The magazine comes from my passion for showing others new ways to prepare fresh produce,” says Chef Stephanie. “I want to take readers beyond the tried and true – and into unexplored territory utilizing the “World Flavor Profiles”. Once you break the boundaries, you will find that there is so much more you can do with fruits and vegetables.”
An avid gardener since she was a child, Chef Green spends many Saturday mornings as the “5-Minute Market Chef,” teaching nutrition to shoppers at the award-wining Old Town Farmers Market in Scottsdale, Arizona. She even takes on the task of cooking “green” for your canine companions, making dinners that the whole family will enjoy!
Chef Stephanie is owner of Nutrition Studio, based in Phoenix, Arizona. Through this work, she develops new recipes, styles food for photos and videos and offers nutritional menu analysis and media events. Chef Stephanie co-authored The Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Mediterranean Diet. She is past president of the Arizona Dietetic Association. Chef Stephanie was a regular guest on KPNX-TV’s The Valley Dish. Media savvy and relatable, Green frequently appears in and contributes to newspaper articles, magazine stories and cookbooks and regularly presents at many culinary events.
A graduate of the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, Stephanie has more than 15 years of experience in food and nutrition. Her background includes work as a clinical and research dietician and a teacher of culinary nutrition for nationally recognized culinary schools.
Among her numerous distinctions, Stephanie was named Arizona’s Emerging Dietetic Leader in 2003 by the Arizona Dietetic Association. She established the first nutritionally focused cooking school in Phoenix. In 2002, the American Diabetes Association presented Chef Stephanie with the Diabetes Award for Service.
For more info, please visit: