Lisa Kaminski

location-pin Milwaukee, WI

School: Edgewood College

Expertise: Baking bread, cakes and cookies; PIE PASTRY; Polish cuisine

Lisa Kaminski

  • Six years of professional food writing experience with Taste of Home
  • Led the Taste of Home Bakeable program, a guide-to-baking hub and social community of 20,000 home bakers
  • Creator of lifestyle blog Cabin in the City 


During her six years as an associate editor at Taste of Home, Lisa dedicated herself to finding and testing quality ingredients, kitchen gear and home products, as well as writing Taste of Home articles about the best-of beverages, snack foods, ready-made baking ingredients and more. She shared her cooking insights with 500,000 Taste of Home newsletter readers. The cherry on top of her accomplishments was launching the Bakeable program, a digital community and baking club for nearly 20,000 bakers.


Edgewood College, bachelor's degree in communications and Spanish

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Articles & Recipes

Grand Marnier

Some of our favorite sips include a splash of Grand Marnier. You’ll find a bit of this orange spirit in

Homemade Hazelnut Liqueur

With the cocktail community’s renewed appreciation for the espresso martini, we’ve also also seen increased interest in the tasty liqueurs

Mango Pie with Graham Cracker Crust

Whip up this refreshing pie for a special treat when the weather is warm or if you're looking for a taste of the tropics. Serve it with sweetened whipped cream and a sprinkle of toasted coconut. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin