Adam Erace went from a kid whose dinner plate was no-vegetable, nothing-touch zone to a restaurant critic, food and travel writer, cookbook author and recipe developer who eats trotters and brains on the reg. He lives in South Philly with his wife, Charlotte, and two maniacal Chihuahua mixes. He observes the Oxford comma on request.
Adam's writing has appeared in Travel + Leisure, Saveur, Food & Wine, Businessweek, Virtuoso Life, Martha Stewart Weddings, Afar, Details, GQ, Eater, Taste, Punch, Southern Living, Traveler, The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Points Guy, Fodor's and many more. He is a Contributing Editor at Men’s Journal, reviews restaurants around the world for Fortune and is the coauthor of Laurel: A Small Restaurant in Philadelphia and Dinner at the Club: 100 Years of Recipes and Stories from South Philly’s Palizzi Social Club. He co-hosted Great American Food Finds on Food Network.
Awards: Association of Food Journalists Personal Essay, 2018 | New Jersey Press Association Award for Critical Writing, 2015 and 2014 | Pennsylvania Keystone Award for Feature Beat Reporting, 2014 | International Association of Culinary Professionals Bert Greene Award for Food Journalism, 2012
Adam is available for editorial and advertorial projects, books, recipe development, consulting, radio, podcasting and television.