Shayma Owaise Saadat is a cook, recipe developer, and food photographer, and stylist. She's written for Bon Appetit, BBC, Food52, Globe and Mail, New York Times, Toronto Star, and Wine Enthusiast.
- Shayma has written for Simply Recipes since February 2021.
- Her work has appeared on Bon Appetit, Food52, New York Times, and Wine Enthusiast.
- Shayma has an MPhil in Economics from the University of Cambridge.
Shayma Owaise Saadat is a cook, recipe developer, and food photographer, and stylist. Her writing focuses on food, culture, and identity. In addition to being a proud Torontonian, Shayma is a Pakistani-Afghan with Persian ancestry. She loves to combine the flavors of her heritage—which she calls Silk Route Cuisine—with the bounty of her home in Canada. You can find her published work in Bon Appetit, BBC, CBC, Food52, Globe and Mail, New York Times, Toronto Star, and Wine Enthusiast, among others.
Shayma has an A.B in Economics and International Relations from Mount Holyoke College and an MPhil in Economics from the University of Cambridge.
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