Jennifer English is a James Beard award winning broadcaster known as one of America’s most exciting and articulate culinary personalities. She is a sought after speaker, teacher, writer, trend consultant, and award winning talk show host.
English is the co-founder of The Food & Wine Radio Network which first aired in December 1999, becoming the first national talk radio network dedicated exclusively to the world of food, wine and the good life. The Food & Wine Radio Network Show won the 2002 James Beard Foundation/Viking Range Best Radio Show About Food Award, and in May of 2001, The Foundation of American Women in Radio & Television awarded The Food & Wine Radio Network’s the prestigious Gracie Allen Award, and again in 2011. Jennifer proudly joined the KVOA News@4 team as food contributor in the Spring of 2008 and debuted the Fresh@4 segment soon afterward.
Jennifer proudly served as Vice President of the New Orleans Culinary & Cultural Preservation Society, the organization which put on Tales of the Cocktail, and has been a participant seminar presenter and one of the first live national broadcasters to bring Tales of the Cocktail live from New Orleans.
Jennifer is a member of the USBG Tucson Chapter, a Speed Rack competitor and the author of The Official Kentucky Bourbon Manhattan Cocktail Book due out in August 2013. Jennifer lives in Tucson, Arizona, and makes a great lobster roll and a really irresistible Manhattan.