Sherry Rujikarn

Sherry Rujikarn

Associate Food Editor

How long she’s been at GHI: Sherry started in September 2009.
What she does: As associate editor, Sherry develops recipes for the magazine and the site, styles food for photo shoots, pitches ideas for future issues, and keeps the test kitchen humming along through all the film shoots, photo shoots, press events, and anything else that pops up.
What she cooks at home: While she loves experimenting with a wide range of recipes, she’s consistently drawn to experimenting with twists on the comfort foods she craves, like braised duck tacos, roasted cauliflower carbonara, or chorizo-fried rice.
Her #1 piece of cooking advice: Taste your food before serving it. Not seasoning properly while cooking is the biggest reason a lot of home cooking doesn’t live up to its potential and it’s the biggest difference between home cooks and professional cooks.
Favorite indulgence: Anything fried.

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