Part country girl, part city girl, REBECCA MILLER FFRENCH spends her time between the Catskills and New York City, and has food on her mind—a lot
From foraging in the forest with her two girls to scouring the city markets for obscure spices, she focuses on making nutritious food delicious and approachable.
Rebecca is a cookbook author, recipe developer, writer, and events planner. She has written four cookbooks, including her most recent, Whole Protein Vegetarian (Countryman Press, 2016). She is currently co-authoring three others, including The Natural Gourmet Institute's first cookbook, which is a dream job, working with one of her favorite cooking institutions.
Her work has appeared in numerous national publications such as Shape, Better Homes & Gardens, Real Simple Family, and Martha Stewart Weddings. Her writing focuses on food, family, wellness and entertaining, She has also been a staff member at Condé Nast Traveler, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Fodor’s Travel Guides and Town & Country magazine.
A contributing writer for Condé Nast’s Cookie magazine (sadly now defunct), Rebecca was their go-to party gal, writing and producing celebrating stories.
An expert on entertaining, Rebecca has hosted two-person fêtes and planned thousand-person events.
She has appeared on Good Morning America, NY1, NBC's Today in NY, and WB 11's Morning News as a party expert—and has styled party tables and segments for the Today Show and Kelly and Michael Live!
What does Rebecca treasure most? Time with her family around the dining table.
While they're at the table together, she finds meals inspire conversation, ideas, and exchanges of creativity. Good things happen. Connections are made. The discussion may be about school or work that day, but it may also be about a local campaign, an ingredient used to make the meal, or nothing at all, just some silly joke that makes everyone laugh.
Rebecca has focused her love for entertaining, people and food at The Upstate Table. Head there for recipes, to learn about her events, and much more.