food philosophy™ | the digital playground of jennifer iannolo

Jennifer Iannolo is a published author, prominent food blogger and new media pioneer. In 2006 she co-founded Culinary Media Network®, the world’s first all-food podcast channel.

Her Food Philosophy podcast has been featured on Sirius satellite radio, and has been sponsored by brands like Partida Tequila, Hamilton Beach and Barilla.

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An engaging public speaker, Jennifer has shared her insights on food, wine, travel and wellness from Vienna, Austria to Harvard University.

She is featured in the documentary “Eat. Cook. Love.” along with experts & chefs like Mark Bitterman and Eric Ripert.

See her upcoming talks listed below.

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From designing culinary curricula to social media campaigns and documentaries for major international brands, Jennifer and her team can uniquely bring your brand to life.

In addition, Jennifer provides personal development including retreats and brainstorming boot camps for other entrepreneurs and growing companies.

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upcoming talks


New England Culinary Institute: August 2


Harvard Women in Business Conference: October 5

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recent blog posts from jennifer

  • 12 Dec 2013

    My Food “Sabbatical”

    Sometimes in life, there comes a moment when you are willing to put everything on pause because there is something you MUST do. This past summer, that moment arrived for me. 2013 has been quite a year

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    04 Jun 2013

    A Tale of Two Women

    This is my first post for, an organization I’m honored to work with not only because of their humanitarian efforts, but also for the use of “hard-headed” in their tagline. Th

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    10 May 2013

    Everyday Indulgences: Olive Oil Facial Scrub

    Though I would love to be indulgently pampering myself with a spa day right now, the very thought of such a luxury seems sadly far off. Having said that, my soul and skin need a little rejuvenation ev

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