Christine Seelye-King is a professional Culinary Speaker and Chef Instructor, teaching cooking skills to students of all ages from small children through senior citizens. She is a certified ServSafe instructor and proctor for the National Restaurant Association.
She is an avid Food Historian and the Co-Founder of the Culinary Historians of Atlanta. She has written books on planning large historical feasts, cooking for children from ancient recipes, and she edited a compendium of year-round holiday celebrations.
Following the Hippocratic advice to “let food be your medicine, and medicine be your food,” she went dairy-free in 1998 and gluten-free in 2004, and continues to refine her diet and lifestyle to stay healthy. She enjoys speaking to large groups, teaching small classes, and working with individual clients on ways to find joy and satisfaction in eating local and seasonal foods, not feeling dread about “going on a diet.”
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