Sheila Lukins

Sheila Lukins (1942–2009), was an American cook and food writer. She was most famous as the co-author, with Julee Rosso, of the The Silver Palate series of cookbooks, and The New Basics Cookbook, a very popular set of cookbooks which introduced many Americans to southern and eastern European cooking techniques and ingredients and revitalized a richer and very boldly seasoned style of cooking to Americans in sharp contrast to the health-food movements of the 1970s. Together, their books sold more than seven million copies. She was also the co-founder and owner of the popular Silver Palate gourmet shop in New York City and, for 23 years, the food editor and columnist for PARADE, a position previously held by Julia Child.
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