Julia Turshen

Scientist-turned-cookbook author Nik Sharma talks with Julia Turshen about emotion, research, and his favorite condiments.
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"I cannot imagine not creating my own destiny every single day. There's stress that comes with that, but we still love it."
The 16-year-old Top Chef Junior finalist has her whole career in front of her, and she's not wasting a second of it.
"Know where you’re standing. Find out whose land you’re on. Find out their names."
The America's Test Kitchen star talks networking, success, and the power of representation. 
Anderson doesn’t just bake for her community—she creates community with her baking.
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The Top Chef contestant talks growth and change—and how she pivoted from waitressing to cooking.
Sometimes the best dishes are the simplest ones. Sautéed cabbage is simultaneously crisp and tender; making it with cumin and turmeric gives it terrific Indian-inflected flavor. Slideshow: More Cabbage Recipes 
Anderson doesn’t just bake for her community—she creates community with her baking.
The Top Chef contestant talks growth and change—and how she pivoted from waitressing to cooking.
Sometimes the best dishes are the simplest ones. Sautéed cabbage is simultaneously crisp and tender; making it with cumin and turmeric gives it terrific Indian-inflected flavor. Slideshow: More Cabbage Recipes 
Cookbook author Julia Turshen amps up the flavors in her simple chicken and mushroom pan roast with roasted lemons and a bright and fresh parsley sauce that takes just minutes to make. Slideshow: More Chicken Recipes 
Julia Turshen dresses up simple roasted brussels spouts with a combination of olive oil, fish sauce and vinegar. It gives the sprouts great punchy flavor, while chopped peanuts on top add crunch. Slideshow: More Brussels Sprouts Recipes 
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In this supersimple recipe from cookbook author Julia Turshen, pork tenderloin gets rubbed with paprika and mustard before browning and roasting. Slideshow: More Pork Tenderloin Recipes 
Cookbook author Julia Turshen uses only five main ingredients—chicken, kimchi, garlic, scallions and oil—to make one of the tastiest and simplest braises. Slideshow: More Chicken Recipes 
For extra-tender brisket, cookbook author Julia Turshen cleverly uses a damp piece of crumpled parchment as a protective blanket for the meat to prevent it from drying out while it roasts. “In this case, a wet blanket is a good thing!” she says. Slideshow: More Brisket Recipes 
Watch Gwyneth Paltrow slicing garlic, and it's clear: She really can cook. Now the actress has published a book, My Father's Daughter, with her favorite family recipes and recollections.