Rachel Seis

location-pin Milwaukee, WI

School: Ohio University

Expertise: Food news; Restaurants

Rachel Seis

  • 10 years of professional experience writing about food, including two years as deputy editor of Taste of Home
  • Dining critic for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Has written for Taste of Home, Milwaukee Record, Country Woman and numerous other local and national publications


Rachel has been writing about food for more than a decade; for Taste of Home, she was first an associate editor and later a deputy editor. Her Taste of Home recipe roundups cover every food topic imaginable, from tailgate recipes to vintage recipes from the 1950s. Rachel is now the dining critic for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel where she reports on and reviews Wisconsin restaurants. Most recently, she covered the behind-the-scenes of the Wisconsin-focused season of Top Chef.


Ohio University, bachelor's degree in journalism

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Articles & Recipes

Vanilla-Glazed Doughnuts

Whip up a perfect bakery batch at home with these vanilla-glazed doughnuts. After letting the yeast rise and shaping it into perfect cutouts, the soft, fluffy dough gets fried until golden brown, then dipped in a three-ingredient vanilla glaze for a sweet finish. —Betty Claycomb, Alverton, Pennsylvania

94 Slow-Cooker Recipes to Warm Your Winter

Come in from the cold and sit down to slow-simmered pot roast, loaded chili and breakfast-for-dinner, too. Even on the snowiest day, these winter slow-cooker recipes warm you from your toes to your nose.

32 Unbelievably Easy Thanksgiving Desserts to Try This Year

This year, go easy on yourself and bake up easy Thanksgiving desserts. These sweets come together in a flash which means you have more time to talk turkey.