Brian Good

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Kearny, NJ
Drake University
Kitchen Hacks, DIY Meals, Comfort Food
  • Brian is a previous co-recipient of the National Magazine Award in the category of service journalism.
  • With more than two decades of experience in the food and nutrition space, Brian has interviewed hundreds of incredible experts and individuals. Some of his favorite interviews include talks with Martha Stewart, Emeril Lagasse, Rachael Ray, Tom Colicchio, and Bob Harper.
  • A foodie since birth, Brian has created, written, and published countless recipes over the course of his career. And he is still always on the lookout for more great ideas to add to his repertoire.


Brian Good is a health, wellness, and advocacy writer based just outside of New York City. He got his start writing about food and nutrition at his first job right out of college, and he has been doing it ever since. He has written for a host of different outlets including Men's Fitness, Men's Health, Men's Journal, Flex, Muscle and Fitness, PrideLife, Mashed, Food Republic, The Edge, diaTribe, Health Digest, DiversityInc, Fair365, Harry & David, Cheryl's Cookies, and more. He also served as a managing editor for a number of those titles for over a decade, working at the publisher American Media.


Brian majored in magazine journalism in college.
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