The Everything Healthy Slow Cooker was published in August 2010. It is shipping out now from Amazon.com and is available in book stores worldwide.
The Neighbors Project’s Bodega In A Box cookbook. Proceeds help fund the Food & Liquor project which aims to encourage locally owned corner stores and bodegas to carry fresh produce and other Neighbors Project initiatives.
Rachel’s recipes will also appear in the upcoming cookbook, Good Bite Weeknight Meals: Delicious Made Easy due out in 2011.
Magazines and Newspapers
Rachel writes a bimonthly column in Taste of the Bay magazine. Simply Seasonal focuses on a fruit or vegetable that is in season that month and includes an original recipe.
Two of Rachel’s recipes appeared in Betty Crocker: Appetizers, Salads, & Bars magazine.
Rachel’s original recipes have appeared in Baltimore Style Magazine, Croq, Kite Magazine, Washington Jewish Week, and Edible Chesapeake.
July/August 2008 issue of Figure Magazineincludes Rachel’s recipe for blueberry-ginger granita.
April 23, 2008 article about matzo brei for the New York Sunincludes her recipe for Everything Matzo Brei. Read it here.
National Public Radio’s Kitchen Window series Purim: Carnivals, Cookies and Candy
Foxnews.com’s iMag has a slide show of Rachel’s dessert recipes
Apartment Therapy’s The Kitchn Guest Contributor Regional Farmers Market Report: Baltimore, Maryland, New Year’s Movie Marathon with Food to Match, Weekend Snack: Seven Spice Deviled Eggs
Sustainable Eating article Broccoli & Garlic Pasta
FoodieView Recipe Roundups (written by Rachel) Festive Vegan Favorites, Patriotic Foods, Tastes of June: Lettuce, Onions, Berries, Oh My!, Kick Off the New Year with the Lighter Side, Getting Creative with Apple Cider, National Noodle Month, Breast Cancer Awareness & Your Kitchen, Bringing Earth Day to Your Kitchen, Perfect Picnic Foods, No Bake Desserts, Dia de los Muertos & Dead-Yummy Recipes, Kick off the New Year on the Light Side and Meal Plans & Grocery Lists July 29- August 1, October 7-11, October 25-31
Farm to Philly Eating Locally: Your Own Backyard
Hostess With the Mostess yummy read
Seasonal recipes on ChesapeakeFoodie.com
BakeSpace’s The Daily Bite Newsletter How to Stuff a Cupcake
Guest Post on Real Simple Magazine’s Simply Stated blog: 3 Ingredient Recipe: Deviled Eggs
Blogger for Tablespoon.com
Rachel’s recipe blog, Coconut & Lime features over 1,200 original recipes and is updated at least three times a week.
October 2008 Blogher DC Conference “Online Community Building as Natural Promotional Tool” Panelist
February 2008 Great Tastes Food Blogger Panelist
May 2009 Maryland Sustainable Living Festival Cooking Demonstration
November 2010- February 2011 Book signings and Slow Cooker Work Shops
McCormick’s 2010 Flavor Forecast live webcast
Electric Waist’s Daily Special 4/18/08.
Good Bites contributor
Take Home Handyman (kitchen make over) as herself
2010 McCormick Flavor Forecast Forecaster
CA Strawberry Commission Strawberry Recipe iPhone App recipe contributor
PBS POV Food Inc Potluck participant
Commentary & Consulting
Rachel was interviewed in March 2008 for an article about Purim in the New York Jewish Week. Read her thoughts on hamantashen here.
Rachel was interviewed for a December 9, 2007 article in the LA Times about saving money on groceries. Read it here.
Rachel helped a single mother come up with new ideas and recipes for healthy, easy dinners to serve to her two picky daughters in May 14, 2008’s edition of Make Over My Meal in the Baltimore Sun. Read the article here.
Rachel was interviewed by Michal Babinec of the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Vienna, Austria on the topic of spice organization and storage. Her ideas were described as “innovative”.
Adjunct professor with the Community College of Baltimore County system- taught home cooks how to quick and easy French dishes in her Quick Continental Cuisines class.