About Me


    My name is Shulie Madnick. I am a food, travel writer and photographer. I focus on the food culture and history in my writings. 
    I was born in Israel to Indian Jewish Parents from Mumbai and now live in the US for most of my adult life.
    I have been published in The Washington Post Food Section on several occasions among other publications. You can see and updated list at Published and Mentions. I also served as a 2013 IACP Awards judge.
    Alex Savakis who designed the banner for this site wrote: "Her photos of food with a richness that it verges on the profane include textural backgrounds, muted colors with pops of bright hues and unusual points of view. " You can find the entire post about the process of us working together here.
    A recent thank-you note from a private organization video webinar talk I gave (60 people) on Indian Jewish food and culture:
"Shulie, Thank you so much for joining us on our Webinar. Your stories, experiences and passion were inspiring and eye-opening to all of our participants, including myself! We really appreciate you taking the time to share with us. Your presentation and dialogue really enhanced the call and helped to elevate the participants knowledge and excitement for the upcoming mission. Hope to stay in touch! All the best,"
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