Photo of Sherri McGee McCovey
Photo of Sherri McGee McCovey

Sherri McGee McCovey

Sherri McGee McCovey is a journalist, best-selling author, and television producer with more than 20 years of experience spotlighting chefs and restaurants, focusing particularly on establishments owned and operated by women and people of color.

Expertise: BIPOC & Women-owned Restaurants, Diabetic-friendly Food

Experience: Sherri McGee McCovey's bylines have appeared in Food & Wine, USA Today, Essence, InStyle, Ebony, and Better Homes & Gardens, among other publications. She is a New York Times best-selling author of three books: "Skinny Women Are Evil", written with Oscar Award-winning actress/comedienne Mo'Nique; critically acclaimed cookbook "Skinny Cooks Can't Be Trusted"; and the young adult novel "Beacon Hills High". Sherri has served as a culinary producer on the YouTube Originals show "Recipe for Change", ABC's "Family Food Fight", and "Butter + Brown" for AspireTV. Along with her husband and son, Sherri enjoys trying new recipes, watching cooking shows, and exploring eateries across her hometown of Los Angeles.
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