Bert Greene (cookbook author)
Bert Greene (October 16, 1923 - June 10, 1988) was a cookbook author and food columnist. He was the food columnist for the New York Daily News from 1979 until his death in 1988. He was born October 16 in New York City.
He co-founded The Store in Amagansett, a gourmet take-out shop on Long Island, New York, in the Summer of 1966, with his then partner, Denis Vaughan and three friends, Jacqueline Allison a fashion illustrator, Ralph Rofheart an art director and advertising executive and his wife, Martha Rofheart a former actress.
The International Association of Culinary Professionals has a Food Journalism prize named in his honor.
- The Store Cookbook: Recipes and Recollection from The Store in Amagansett, 1974 (ISBN 0809288850)
- Bert Greene's Kitchen bouquets: A cookbook of favored aromas and flavors, 1979 (ISBN 0809277107)
- Honest American Fare, 1984 (ISBN 0809259648)
- Greene on Greens, 1984 (ISBN 0894807587)
- The Grains Cookbook, 1989 (ISBN 0894806106)
- Bert Greene's Kitchen: A Book of Memories and Recipes, 1993 (ISBN 089480765X)
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