Doug Duda is The Well-Seasoned Traveler
Doug Duda produces and hosts Taste Of The World, the country’s largest live showcase of demonstrations, tastings and tips for the culinary traveler, which will be seen by over 25,000 visitors this year at The New York Times Travel Show. He also produces culinary travel showcases for The Boston Globe and The Miami Herald.
Mr. Duda is producer and host of the culinary travel television series, The Well-Seasoned Traveler, seen around the world on A&E International Networks. He is a frequent guest on food radio and television programs, and gives talks and demonstrations in support of preserving the unique foodways that define the character of local communities.
Mr. Duda serves as Executive Director for The Study at Astor Center, a new center for culinary culture opening in New York City in 2007. He sits on the board of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey, and he is the Food History Chair of the International Association of Culinary Professionals.
As a cook, Mr. Duda’s culinary stations include the Spiral Restaurant in Miami, the original Legal Seafoods in Cambridge and the Pato Rojo in Spain. He also has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a food-focused consulting practice based in Princeton, NJ, where he lives with his wife, Laura, and their son, Gabe.