About Robin

Welcome to my comfort zone! I've been a food writer, cookbook author, nutritionist, and TV host for over 20 years. Oh, and I've written ten cookbooks in my spare time! I continue to explore everything "food", every day; that means with every dish I make - from my boys' breakfast before school, to bagged lunches and prepped dinners, to fun desserts. And I make sure to include plenty of recipe testing in between (for my blogs, shows, restaurants, and magazine/newspaper columns). My favorite part about this "job" (never feels like one) is connecting with people. It doesn't matter if you're passionate foodie or someone looking for the fastest way possible to get dinner on the table - I want to resonate with you. 

Exciting news! I recently launched Real Life Cooking on Crafsty, a cooking show like you've never seen before! My friend Katie Workman and I deal with real life cooking dilemmas and we dish up delicious, simple solutions while having a LOT of laughs along the way.

Two of my 10 cookbooks seemed to really reach people. One is the New York Times bestseller, Quick Fix Meals. The book evolved from my TV show, Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller, which aired on Food Network for 5 years. The other is The Newlywed Cookbook, which is in its 4th printing! I love interacting with people and this blog serves that purpose. I adore sharing recipes, getting feedback, and answering questions. 

Although still in its infancy, I have a LOT of fun on my YouTube channel, sharing recipes, revamping favorite dishes, and highlighting kitchen “hacks” that make mealtime a breeze. 

My weekly food cover stories appear in the Arizona Republic and my recipes and nutrition articles are featured regularly in many newspapers and magazines, including Health, Cooking Light, Parade, Spry Living, American Profile, Shape, Woman’s Day, Woman’s World, and Clean Eating. 

Here's my "official" bio:

Robin has been a TV personality, food writer and nutritionist since 1990 and she is the author of ten books, including Robin Takes 5 and the New York Times bestseller, Quick Fix Meals. Her popular show, Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller, aired on Food Network for 5 years.

Food Network and YouTube Channel
Robin’s Healthy Take on Food Network

Magazines, Newspapers and On-Line Features
Robins weekly food cover story appears in the Arizona Republic (circulation 300,000), and on the Gannett wire service to more than 144 newspapers. Her column, Robin’s Rescue, and associated videos can also be found on the site. Robins recipes and nutrition articles are featured regularly in many newspapers and magazines, including Health, Cooking Light, Parade, Spry Living, American Profile, Shape, Womans Day, Womans World, and Clean Eating

Television and Media
Robin has been a guest on hundreds of local and national television and radio programs. She has hosted home videos (for Jane Fonda), cable television vignettes (for Food Network and a variety of international food companies), satellite media tours (a few each year), and spoken at media events in various markets nationwide. She has been a spokesperson for many renowned companies, such as Unilever (working with many brands, including Ragu), S.E. Johnson (Ziploc), Tyson, Sanofi (Auvi-Q, an epinephrine injector for folks with life-threatening food allergies), California Almonds, Health magazine, Family Circle magazine, and many others. Robin has always delivered her message points with clarity and ease, which explains why many clients are repeat clients.

Currently, Robin appears on local, network and cable television. Programs and networks of particular interest include: CBS This Morning, The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, Fox News Channel, Food Network, Discovery Channel, Better TV, Hallmark
s Home & Family, and HGTV.

Robin Takes 5 for Busy Families, Andrews McMeel, August 2013
Robin Takes 5, Andrews McMeel, 2011
Robin Rescues Dinner, Potter, 2009
Robin to the Rescue, Taunton, 2008
Quick Fix Meals, Taunton, 2007
Picnics, Potter, 2005
Verdure, Potter, 2001
The Newlywed Cookbook, Sourcebooks, 1991, 1999, and 2013
The Daily Soup, Hyperion, 1999
Jane Fonda, Cooking for Healthy Living, Turner, 1996

Education
Robin has a masters degree in Food and Nutrition from New York University, 1998.



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