Jenny Miller

Stanford University
Big City Restaurants, Vietnamese Food, Italian Meals
  • In one Food Republic article, Jenny recounted a summer's trip to various restaurants around Detroit.
  • She used another piece to explain the prevalence of Vietnamese food in New Orleans.
  • Jenny included cheese, seafood, and tropical fruit among her top 10 foods from the Azores.


Jenny's first foray into the world of journalism came via an internship at Stanford Magazine in 2001. For the next three years, she followed this up with similar positions at a variety of publications, including 7x7 Magazine and Boulevards New Media. In 2005, she began work as an assistant editor for Brilliant Magazine in Austin, Texas. One year later, she began contributing as a freelance styler writer at Austin American-Statesman. She worked as a freelance reporter for the New York Post in 2009. She contributed work to Food Republic and Tasting Table.


Jenny graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor's degree in American Studies.
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