Liz Grossman

Liz Grossman

Liz Grossman has been a Chicago-based writer and editor for 15 years. She’s the managing editor of Plate magazine, a national, award-winning trade publication for the professional chef industry. In 2017, Liz attended and covered the Bocuse d'Or in Lyon and wrote a long-form feature on seeing Team USA bring home the gold for the first time in history, which won her a Jesse H. Neal Award. Liz is also the co-founder of food-themed live literary series and nonprofit organization, Between Bites. Her other live literary experience includes reading from her middle school diary on the Netflix series, The Mortified Guides. She’s participated as a volunteer in fundraising events with Meals on Wheels Chicago and Culinary Care and teaches the kid’s food writing workshop “How To Cook a Wolf” for 826Chi. Throughout her career, her freelance writing has appeared in Newsweek, Southwest Spirit, Robb Report, CNN Traveller, Veranda, Chicago magazine, The Henry Ford Magazine, and others. (Chicago, IL)