Who is Liz?

Liz is Elizabeth Lee, an award-winning journalist who loves to cook and write about food. She covered diets, nutrition, sustainable food, grocery shopping and food safety as a longtime food reporter for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and was a finalist for two James Beard Foundation Awards for writing.

As a freelance writer and editor, she's getting more time to prepare meals for her family. Her work appears online at WebMD and also in the AJC.

Send an e-mail to Liz at liz@lizcooks.com.

Article archive

  • Seafood appetizers a quick party treat
  • Summer the time for best-tasting peaches
  • Authenticity, simplicity at Cross Creek
  • Six great stuffing recipes
  • Fall gardens in the South
  • Eat out to help a flooded farmer
  • Floods damage Love is Love Farm, Canoe
  • Time to buy local shrimp
  • Pack a lunch, feed a child for life
  • Can you ever have too many tomatoes?
  • BBQ chicken: impressive, simple, cheap
  • Grilled corn a spicy street treat
  • Ice cream sandwiches cool, quick, easy
  • Bliss by the pod: Spring peas are a sweet deal
  • Itís summer! Kick it off with a picnic
  • A perfect taste of spring
  • Way to save money on food as close as your freezer
  • Read the label: 'Healthy' foods can harbor secrets in small type
  • Eat like there's no tomorrow
  • Elegant cassoulet warms any winter's day
  • Q & A with Souper Jenny
  • Fill up, not out, on soup
  • New Weight Watchers diet promises filling foods
  • Let's eat! Good food, good times
  • Counting down to the feast
  • Late, late show: movies and ham
  • Taking stock at halfway point
  • All hams into the pool!
  • Country ham: rich flavors, loyal followings
  • Recipe: Cold-oven Pound Cake
  • Recipe: Yummiest brownies ever
  • Best Cookbooks of 2008
  • Saving money on food
  • Beating holiday weight gain

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  • Fiber: The 'it' ingredient in everything from cereal to yogurt
  • Super-high calories lurk in some restaurant meals
  • How much red meat should you eat?
  • Compulsive overeating, how to stop it
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