When we started People Nerds, it was with the ethos that lots and lots of people—from artists and activists to authors—might leverage design, research, and human-centered principles to inform their work. But what about food? And specifically, those who spend their life creating culinary experiences both big and small?
To guide us, we're joined by Samin Nosrat—author of Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat and a contributor to New York Times Cooking and the New York Times Magazine. We discuss how she thinks of herself as a researcher, her method for finding and sharing stories carefully, and what she's nerdy about when not in the kitchen.
Be sure to check out Samin at our People Nerds event later this fall, a one-day digital gathering to explore how human-centered practitioners from all industries are adapting to our new normal.
Explore recipes and her Netflix show
Discover Samin's Book: Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking