Award-Winning Food Writer and Cookbook Author

Cheryl Sternman Rule

Cheryl Sternman Rule has been writing professionally for newspapers, magazines, and websites since 2004. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, Fine Cooking, Sunset, Cooking Light, Health, Vegetarian Times, Women's Health, Edible Silicon Valley, Culture, EatingWell, The San Jose Mercury News, The Santa Cruz Sentinel, and Serious Eats... [Read More]

Get Spicy Tonight

Get Spicy Tonight in Eating Well

“Indian food has a reputation for being intimidating, but Ravula, a cooking teacher, has an approach that is so streamlined, her recipes so doable, that cooking for her is practically as fast as takeout…” [more]

Edible Silicon Valley

Four Demeters in Edible Silicon Valley

“Demeter’s role in Greek mythology couldn’t be more crucial: Without her, crops couldn’t grow and the ancients would starve…” [more]

Drinkable Yogurt in the Washington Post

Yogurt Drinks Feature in The Washington Post

“…even when you ditch your spoon, hot weather and cool yogurt still go hand in hand.” [more]


Pomegranates and Cheese in Culture

“Pomegranates aren’t just food. They’re a challenge, a commitment, an opportunity…” [more]


DIY Yogurt in Fine Cooking

Cheryl’s 8-page spread titled DIY Yogurt (with 4 original recipes) appeared in the June/July 2016 issue of Fine Cooking. [more]