Tiffany Harelik is an acclaimed writer and event curator for people who love cookbooks, road trips and live music. Her publishing portfolio spans more than a dozen cookbooks filled with quirky characters and their heirloom recipes starting with her first series Trailer Food Diaries, and accompanied by other titles such as The Big Bend Cookbook, The Terlinuga Chili Cookbook and The Big Country Cookbook. She has also published advice card decks and photography from her world travels. Sign up for her newsletter to keep up with her projects at:www.tiffanyharelik.com, follow her on insta at tiffany.harelik, or tweet with her @tiffanyharelik and @trailerfood.
Tiffany has been featured in Eater, Thrillist, Examiner, The Austin Chronicle, The Austin American Statesman, The Houston Chronicle, The Abilene Reporter News, Austin Woman Magazine and more. She has been a featured speaker at the Texas Women's Conference, Country Living Magazine Expo, Mom Com, the Metropolitan Breakfast Club, West Texas Fair and Rodeo, and various civic clubs throughout Texas and Oregon. She has spoken on radio programs across the country including Chicago, Portland and Austin and been seen on Diners, Drive Ins & Dives as well as Eat Street.
She has conducted book signings at Powell's, Book People, Barnes & Nobles, Whole Foods, Central Market and more. She has been a celebrity guest judge at several food and wine festivals throughout the country including South by Southwest, The Texas Food Truck Showdown, the Llano Cobbler Contest and Bluegrass Festival and more. Her writing has been featured in the Saturday Evening Post, el Centro y Sur, ATX Man magazine, Culture Map and more.
Alongside her writing, Tiffany has pursued a career in event production since 2000, working with iconic brands such as ACL music festival, Lollapalooza music festival, Google Fiber, Torchy’s Tacos, Western Heritage Classic Rodeo, West Texas Fair & Rodeo and more. She remains an active partner in Trailer Food Tuesdaysand is a founding member of the Viva Big Bend music festival as well as Side Project Sundays.
She holds a Masters degree in Health Psychology, a Bachelors degree in American Studies and various professional certificates in intuitive sciences.