Elisabeth Sherman

Elisabeth Sherman is the Assistant Food and Drink Editor at Matador Network. She covers sustainability, chefs, restaurants, and what people are eating around the world. Elisabeth loves cider, bolognese, and probably your cat, too.

The artist behind the stunning stained-glass art at one of Maui’s most famous hotels

This 200-year-old map shows the origins of your favorite French foods

Forlini’s is the no-frills bar that reminds me why I love New York City

In Vancouver, a chef tackles homelessness with hot meals

All the good Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could do with their newfound freedom

Every type of soy sauce around the world you need to try before you die

Why the best sushi isn’t always fresh

The ‘holy trinity’ of Korean cuisine is all about fermentation

How to stay hydrated in 2020, according to someone who hates water

5 ways I refuse to describe food in 2020

How to eat salmon without hurting the environment

The defining moments that changed the food industry every year of the 2010s

99 Ranch Market has America’s best grocery food court. Here’s what to eat.

In South Carolina, Gullah-Geechee cuisine gets its long overdue moment in the spotlight

How foraged Colorado herbs kickstarted America’s love of herbal tea

All the best pies in the US come from the South. Here’s why.

Why the saying should be ‘as American as pumpkin pie,’ not apple

The signature, iconic pie for every state in the US

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