Christine Fiorentino

Christine Fiorentino
Title: Freelance Recipe Developer, Culinary-Centered Content Creator, Food and Lifestyle Television Personality
Education: Quinnipiac University, Saint Peters College
Location: Montclair, New Jersey
Expertise: Recipe Development, Culinary Focused Content Creation, Food Writing, Food Styling & Photography, Food/Lifestyle Television Personality

Christine Fiorentino is a Montclair, New Jersey-based freelance recipe developer, food writer, culinary-centered content creator, and television personality. She holds a double major in English and media studies from Quinnipiac University, a Masters in Education from Saint Peters College, and has completed a wide array of digital media and food writing courses at The Institute of Culinary Education.

A proud career changer, Christine decided to pursue her passion for cooking and food media full-time after a decade-long teaching career. Since taking this leap, she has been seen on Food Network’s The Julia Child Challenge, ABC’s The Good Dish, and The Dr. Oz Show. In addition to Southern Living, she writes and creates content for food media companies such as Feedfeed, Kitchn, Great Jones, and more. A lifelong home cook, Christine is passionate about culinary storytelling and inspiring others to feel confident and excited about being in the kitchen.

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Christine Fiorentino has a lifetime of experience in the kitchen and over a decade of experience in food media. She connects to others by fusing her passion for cooking, wellness and spirituality, and life as a working mom. She has appeared as a recipe developer, home chef, and lifestyle expert on Food Network, The Dr. Oz Show, The Good Dish, and more, and has worked as a recipe developer, food stylist and photographer, and culinary centered content creator with several well-known food media companies such as TheKitchn, Feedfeed, Great Jones, and more.


She holds a BA in English and Media Studies, a Masters in Education, and several course certifications from The Institute of Culinary Education.

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