About Tzipporah Shapiro

Tzipporah Shapiro learned to cook in a tiny New York apartment kitchen by watching her dad bake by intuition and completely ignore recipes and, conversely, seeing her grandmother prepare meals by hanging on Joan Nathan’s every word. She has a detailed list of the best Le Creuset colors for every kitchen, strongly favors ceramic over cast iron, and likes to listen to Fiddler on the Roof while baking bread. A writer and graphic designer, she lives in Manhattan with enough plants to fill a medium-sized jungle.