David Joachim has authored, edited or collaborated on more than 35 cookbooks. He holds a master's degree in English language and literature from Binghamton University, where he taught writing classes for three years. He is the author of The Tailgater's Cookbook, The Spaghetti Sauce Gourmet, and the IACP Award-winning reference books, The Food Substitutions Bible and The Science of Good Food, which was also a James Beard Award finalist and a nominee for Best Food Book in the World Food Media Awards. He wrote A Man, A Can, A Plan, which has more than 500, 000 copies in print, and A Man, A Can, A Grill, a New York Times bestseller. Joachim's "A Man, A Can..." series of books has sold more than 1 million copies. Joachim is former food editor at Vegetarian Gourmet magazine, and his writing and tips have appeared in numerous national magazines such as Cook's Illustrated, Cooking Light, Fine Cooking, Cooking Pleasures, Relish, Prevention, Fitness, Self, Men's Health, and Bicycling. As an author and spokesperson, Joachim has made numerous national media appearances on television and radio, including "Emeril Live!" on The Food Network, "The Early Show" on CBS, "The View" on ABC, "FOX and Friends" on FOX, "Recipe for Health" on the Food Network, "Home Matters" on the Discovery Channel, "Cooking with Bob" on QVC, and "Talk of the Nation" and "A Chef's Table" on National Public Radio, among others. At 25 years, Cooking Light is the nation's leading epicurean brand with the largest audience, most epicurean editorial, and the most recipes. Cooking Light is the only epicurean brand positioned at the intersection of great-tasting food and healthfulness, serving an important and growing consumer need. The brand delivers innovative recipes, nutrition advice, and resources to live a healthful lifestyle via its magazine, website, and portfolio of cookbooks; across all tablets; through the highly-acclaimed Cooking Light Quick and Healthy Menu Maker app; and on social media platforms including, Facebook (Facebook.com/CookingLight), Twitter (@Cooking_Light) and Pinterest (Pinterest.com/CookingLight). Cooking Light is published by the Time Inc. Lifestyle Group, a division of Time Inc., the largest magazine media company in the U.S.