Find your cullinary voice

Jennifer Iserloh

Jennifer Iserloh is an alumna of the Institute of Culinary Education.Skinny Chef, New York City, NY
Culinary Arts, 2004

After graduating from ICE, Jennifer Iserloh worked in restaurants and learned about recipe development working with authors such as Tyler Florence. She worked as a private chef in the homes of clients such as Annie Leibovitz, Susan Sontag, and Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld. As a healthy recipe developer, Iserloh has made a name for herself as Skinny Chef. She has created thousands of delicious recipes, articles, and blogs posts for TV, print and web publications including Today, Living Well With Montel, SELF, Prevention, In Style, People, First For Women, Kitchen Daily, The Huffington Post, Epicurious, and LiveStrong. In addition to her own bestselling books 50 Shades of Kale (2012), Active Calorie Diet (2011), Secrets of a Skinny Chef (Rodale, 2010), and Yoga Body Diet (2010), she was also the recipe developer for Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s Deliciously Gluten Free (2012), The Drop 10 Diet (2012), Jessica Seinfeld’s Double Delicious (2010) and Deceptively Delicious (2007), as well as Joy Bauer’s Food Cures (2007). She is also a Certified Holistic Health Coach with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. When asked about her culinary voice, she says, “ICE gave me the skills and boosted my confidence so I could follow my dream of becoming a chef. The instructors inspired and reminded me that when you’re doing what you love, life is good.”