At SparkPeople.com, Meg Galvin develops healthy recipes, tests member-submitted dishes, and teaches the fundamentals of cooking through informative and entertaining videos and articles. A World Master Chef since 2005, Chef Meg was the host of the regional television show The Dish, which aired on a local CBS affiliate and online. Meg now hosts cooking videos on the local FOX affiliate.
Galvin earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Eastern Kentucky University and a certificate of culinary arts from Le Cordon Bleu in London. She is certified as an executive chef by the American Culinary Federation and is working toward her court of master sommeliers wine certification. Galvin is a faculty member at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College. Galvin now lives in northern Kentucky with her husband and three teenage sons.
Stepfanie Romine is editor of SparkRecipes.com and dailySpark.com, SparkPeople’s healthy living blog. With degrees in French and journalism from Ohio University, Romine started her career in newspapers—first as a copy editor; then as a business reporter, food blogger, and columnist. She joined SparkPeople in 2008, thus marrying her passions for writing and healthy living.
A vegetarian and marathon runner, Romine has studied ethnic cuisines on three continents. She is a longtime practitioner of Ashtanga yoga and became a certified yoga teacher in 2009. Romine lives in Cincinnati, where she and her boyfriend fuel long runs and bike rides with healthy homemade meals.
SparkPeople.com is one of the leading diet, fitness, and healthy living destinations on the web, with more than ten million members; free weight loss, nutrition, and fitness tracking tools; and a positive community of people who are committed to reaching their goals and supporting one another along the way.