Lindsay DeJongh Stoulil is a New York City-based chef and Registered Dietitian. Since 2003, she has been catering to the palates and health concerns of busy families as a personal chef. Prior to private cooking gigs, Lindsay worked in several Manhattan kitchens including the seasonally-driven restaurant Blue Hill, Abigail Kirsch catering and El Eden artisanal chocolates.
As a chef-consultant and recipe tester, Lindsay has assisted cookbook author Jackie Newgent on several projects including the forthcoming, 1,000 Low-Calorie Recipes (Wiley), Big Green Cookbook (Wiley), the award-winning All-Natural Diabetes Cookbook (American Diabetes Association), The Whole Grain Diet Miracle (DK) and A Parent’s Guide to Healthy Eating and Physical Activity (Preventive Medicine Institute). She also assisted authors Wai Chu and Connie Lovatt on their internationally-focused cookbook, The Dumpling: a Seasonal Guide (Harper Collins).
As a culinary educator, Lindsay developed curriculum and taught youth cooking classes for the family membership club Citibabes (NYC). She also held the position of assistant chef instructor for the boutique cooking school, Home Cooking New York. Taking an active role in childhood obesity initiatives, Lindsay has led trainings, workshops, and cooking demonstrations for Wellpoint, FamilyCook Productions and The Fern Gale Estrow Food and Nutrition Team.
Currently, Lindsay continues her career as a personal chef, nutrition educator, and her newest role, Georgia Stoulil’s Mom.
Lindsay received a B.S. degree in Nutrition with a minor in Spanish from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX. She completed her dietetic internship at New York University, The Mount Sinai Hospital (NYC) and God’s Love We Deliver. Lindsay graduated with honors from The Institute of Culinary Education’s professional culinary program after being awarded a James Beard Foundation scholarship. She’s a professional member of the American Dietetic Association (ADA), the Greater New York Dietetic Association, Food and Culinary Professionals, and the Hunger and Environmental Nutrition dietetic practice group. She is a member of the Kensington-Windsor Terrace community supported agriculture (CSA). Lindsay cooks, blogs and commutes from Brooklyn, New York. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.