Alex Loh
Alex Loh

Alex Loh

Title: Associate Food Editor

Location: Burlington, Vermont

Education: B.A. in English, Dickinson College

Expertise: Cooking and food

Experience

Alex Loh is EatingWell's associate food editor. As part of the food team, she creates healthy, delicious recipes for the EatingWell audience. Alex also writes informative food and cooking articles that range from how to store ground beef to the best picks from Trader Joe's. Alex conducts product and taste tests to find the best options, from salad spinners to salsas. Alex spends hours debating the perfect way to build a sandwich.

Her love of food and cooking began after watching Season 4 of Top Chef and has only grown in the years since. From reading her endless stack of cookbooks to meal-prepping for the week ahead, Alex shares her excitement for all things culinary with everyone she meets.

Alex joined the EatingWell team in 2020 as a fellow before moving to an assistant editor role in 2021 and then to associate editor in 2022. During her fellowship, Alex strengthened her editorial skills and turned her personal interest in food into a professional career, learning more about food, cooking and nutrition. Originally hailing from New Jersey, she is now based in the Vermont office after a brief stint in Alabama.

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