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Kristen Coffield Press & Media - The Culinary Cure

This page stays up to date with a listing of publications, TV segments, online news articles and more, that feature health tips, recipes, and coaching. If you are in need of content – articles, tips, tailored recipes, or inspiration – Kristen Coffield can help!

For General Inquiries, Speaking Engagements, Collaborations, Press:

Video Segments

The Culinary Cure’s Kristen Coffield on Good Morning Washington

As Featured In

ABC News

Moms Stay Home When Kids Enter Teen Years” March 10 By ABC NEWS

Alexandria Stylebook

street style: kristen coffield” by Susan Neithamer | 03.25.16

Thrive Global

About Kristen Coffield March 2018, Published on Thrive Global

Do You Need A Kitchen Intervention? August 15, 2018, Published on Thrive Global

In A Rut? Declutter Something. July 5, 2018, Published on Thrive Global

Women Chefs & Restauranteurs

“Kristen Coffield: Recipes with Avocado as the star of the dish at the Culinary Cure.” Mention in WCR | Women Chefs & Restaurateurs Newsletter – June 28, 2018

Women's Health

“No Filter Needed When You Eat the Rainbow” – @theculinarycure

See Kristen Coffield’s quote displayed on this healthy inspirational video created by Women’s Health. #WHStrong Spotlight. Videos/Imagery supplied by Getty.

Working Mother - Google Books

Vol. 23, No. 8 Sep 2000, Published by Working Mother Media


7OYS: Halloween candy and the price we pay for eating it Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, Segment and article featuring Kristen Coffield

Other Fun Stuff

Miller and Smith Event

On September 19, 2018 Kristen Coffield hosted an informative health and wellness event with Miller and Smith in the brand new Walhaven at Kingstowne model home. Kristen Coffield hosting an event with Miller and Smith homes

Kristen Coffield at Masseria with Famous Chef Nicholas Stefanelli

Kristen Coffield with BJ Lieberman and Barb Crocker at Rose’s Luxury

Cooking Family Meal For Some of Washington’s Best Restaurants

Family Meal is a worldwide tradition of restaurants feeding their staff before the restaurant opens for dinner. It gives the team a much needed break from their busy prep work and lets them sit together, discuss the evening ahead and enjoy a meal prepared by one of their own. Any staff — line cooks, even dishwashers — take turns preparing a tasty, easy to eat meal. It is typically a creative use of food on hand or a speciality menu representative of the cook’s own ancestry.

The idea is to come together as a family, discuss the evening ahead and have a laugh or two. Restaurant work is a calling. Believe me when I tell you, it is hard work, long hours and you don’t do it for the money. Some of the World’s best restaurants have kitchens that are tight spaces. It is a real dance for the cooks who have to work around each other to do their jobs. Hours of work go into the magic of getting meals to the table quickly and expertly. Family Meal helps build the camaraderie between the front and back of the house that makes for a great restaurant.

My friend Barbara Crocker and I have had the honor of preparing Family Meal for several great restaurants in D.C. We plan the menu, the restaurant orders the ingredients, and we prepare the meal at the restaurant kitchen and serve the team. It is very cool to be working elbow to elbow with these creative, hardworking people in such amazing kitchens.

We have an exciting opportunity to cook for an iconic restaurant in October! I will keep you posted on our culinary adventures with Family Meal.