Priya Krishna

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  • Renowned New York Times Food Writer
  • Bestselling Author of 'Indian-ish: Recipes and Antics from a Modern American Family'
  • YouTube Personality
  • One of Forbes' "30 Under 30"



Renowned New York Times food writer, author, and YouTube personality Priya Krishna is a beloved and esteemed food journalist as well as a champion of diverse storytelling in food media and beyond. Priya is the bestselling author of Indian-ish: Recipes and Articles from a Modern American Family, which she wrote with her mother. Indian-ish was named one of the Best Cookbooks of Spring 2019 by The New York Times, New York Magazine, Eater, Food & Wine, and Bon Appétit. She is also the co-author of the New York Times bestseller Cooking at Home: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying About Recipes (And Love My Microwave): A Cookbook. Co-written with Momofuku Founder David Chang, Cooking at Home was nominated for a James Beard Award and was named one of the Best Cookbooks of the Year by New York Post and Taste of Home. Priya is the host of NYT Cooking’s YouTube series, On the Job with Priya Krishna, among numerous other video pieces that have racked up millions of views. In sought-after events, Priya offers insightful commentary about representation in the workplace, the importance of identity and family, and championing diverse voices.

Priya has been named to Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list, and has been nominated for an International Association of Culinary Professionals award for her journalism. She is a regular contributor to The New York Times as well as Bon Appétit. Priya’s career began at David Chang’s Lucky Peach, a groundbreaking food magazine. Two of her essays on food, written for The New York Times, were included in the 2019 and 2021 editions of The Best American Food Writing. Priya has been in-demand for groups including Microsoft, Antares Asian Association, Spotify, Hudson Library and Historical Society, the University of Southern California, and more, offering interactive and engaging live cooking demos and speaking about representation in the workplace, the importance of family and identity, and her latest successful projects.

 

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A Sample of the Groups That Have Hosted Priya Krishna
  • Microsoft
  • Antares Asian Association
  • Spotify
  • Hudson Library and Historical Society
  • University of Southern California
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A Fireside Chat with Priya Krishna

Renowned New York Times food writer and bestselling author Priya Krishna talks about her life and experiences in food media, how she has broken through barriers in her industry, and her latest successful projects in this insightful fireside chat conversation. ...

Renowned New York Times food writer and bestselling author Priya Krishna talks about her life and experiences in food media, how she has broken through barriers in her industry, and her latest successful projects in this insightful fireside chat conversation.

Cooking & Conversation with Priya Krishna

Beloved New York Times food writer, YouTube personality, and author Priya Krishna offers audiences an engaging and interactive cooking lesson featuring fun recipes from her bestselling cookbooks. As she expertly leads the audience through a live demo, Priya shares about her life story, her experienc ...

Beloved New York Times food writer, YouTube personality, and author Priya Krishna offers audiences an engaging and interactive cooking lesson featuring fun recipes from her bestselling cookbooks. As she expertly leads the audience through a live demo, Priya shares about her life story, her experience in food media, and her love of food for a memorable event.

DEI: Diverse and Inclusive Stories – in Food Media and Beyond

Esteemed food journalist and bestselling cookbook author Priya Krishna shares her vital insights on the state of food media and the need for increased diversity and inclusive storytelling, especially from non-white perspectives. Drawing on her own experience of obstacles and barriers in her career, ...

Esteemed food journalist and bestselling cookbook author Priya Krishna shares her vital insights on the state of food media and the need for increased diversity and inclusive storytelling, especially from non-white perspectives. Drawing on her own experience of obstacles and barriers in her career, Priya makes connections between food media and all industries, and offers takeaways for organizations looking to build more inclusive, representative, and empowered workplaces than champion diverse voices.

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<p><strong>Priya Krishna is a regular contributor to The New York Times as well as Bon Appétit</strong></p>

Priya Krishna is a regular contributor to The New York Times as well as Bon Appétit

Renowned New York Times food writer, author, and YouTube personality PRIYA KRISHNA is a beloved and esteemed food journalist as well as a champion of diverse storytelling in food media and beyond. She is a regular contributor to The New York Times as well as Bon Appétit.

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Priya Krishna is a food writer who contributes regularly to the New York Times, and the author of the best-selling cookbook Indian-ish, which she wrote with her mother. Her YouTube videos teaching audiences how to make Indian food have racked up millions of views, and in 2020, she was named to Forbes’ "30 Under 30".