Ivis Estrada

Ivis Estrada

location-pin Madison, WI

School: University of Wisconsin-Madison

Expertise: Restaurants; Food news; Cleaning & Organizing

Ivis Estrada

  • Sriracha shortage piece featured on Google Discover
  • 2 years of copywriting and creating social media content for various Madison, Wis., local businesses
  • Published in UW-Madison’s MODA Magazine

Experience

Ivis recently completed her first year as assistant editor at Taste of Home, where she's been writing and updating content about cooking trends, food news and cleaning and organizing. She also helps to manage our Community Cooks program and works on behind-the-scenes projects that help keep the Taste of Home team ticking along. Still learning how to cook elaborate meals, Ivis is an expert when it comes to finding and trying beginner recipes. After hours, you can find Ivis out looking for the best restaurants in Madison (especially those that serve authentic Mexican food) or taking her dog for scenic walks.

Education

University of Wisconsin-Madison, bachelor's degrees in journalism and communication arts

Taste of Home Editorial Policies


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Articles & Recipes

30 Crockpot Dip Recipes for Your Next Party

Start the party with one of these Crockpot dips. From bean dip to bacon beer dip, there's an easy slow-cooker recipe for any event!

Mexican Street Corn (Elote)

If you’re an avid street food connoisseur, you’re likely familiar with Mexican street corn, or elote (Spanish for “corn cob”). Our

Mexican Street Corn Salad (Esquites)

You may have heard of elotes, the cream-slathered ears of corn with cheese, lime and spices, but do you know