Olga Massov & Sanaë Lemoine

Cookbook Co-Authors

Olga Massov is a cookbook writer and editor, as well as a recipe developer. She is an editor at The Washington Post’s Food section where she also regularly contributes recipes. She has coauthored and edited multiple cookbooks. A homesick Brooklynite, Olga lives with her husband, son, dog, and cat just over the D.C. border in Maryland.

Sanaë Lemoine is a novelist and former cookbook editor, who has worked at Martha Stewart and Phaidon Press. She is the author of The Margot Affair, a New York Times Editors’ Choice, and the co-author of Make It Japanese by Rie McClenny. Born to a Japanese mother and French father, Sanaë was raised in France and Australia, and now lives in Brooklyn.