Prudence Sloane is a well-known culinary expert and personality who works in television, radio and print throughout Connecticut

Let’s Eat Productions

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Recognized as by The University of Connecticut as an "alumni who has made a difference in their community and profession.

She has been featured on Lifetime TV, Better Connecticut WFSB-TV, and in Connecticut Magazine, Northeast magazine, Me magazine, Preview, Hartford Advocate, Life Magazine, Seasons magazine and the Hartford Courant.

She runs Prudence Sloane’s Hartford City Food Tours which combines a cooking class with a tour of Hartford’s ethnic markets and restaurants.

Her TV and radio shows credits include:

“Let’s Eat! With Prudence Sloane. She hosted, created, wrote and produced  39 episodes about food as a “lifestyle” which aired four times a week on AT&T Broadband cable throughout New England. Each show covered a variety of topics – from cooking to kitchen design and equipment, new food products, entertaining, culinary vacations, restaurant discoveries, food science, cookbook reviews, and food and wine pairing.

Weekly chef on Better Connecticut, WFSB, Channel 3.

“Simply Food with Prudence Sloane” was syndicated on the Buckley Radio Network and aired on four stations in Connecticut.

Weekly guest and associate producer of “The Food Schmooze,” Connecticut Public Radio.

Monthly chef on Eyewitness News, WFSB/CBS Channel 3

Weekly chef on “Taste of Today,” NBC 30

Host of “Radio Cookbook,” WHUS 91.7 FM

Her articles and columns have appeared in numerous publications including the Hartford Courant’s Northeast magazine, Hartford Magazine, Home Living Connecticut, Seasons, Connecticut Business, Legends, The Shore Line Times and the New England Wine Gazette.

She is a popular key note speaker, interviewer, honorary chair, emcee and celebrity chef for numerous organizations and events including Bushnell Theater - an Interview with Ina Garten and Giada De Laurentiis, Food & Wine Festival at MT Washington Omni Hotel, NH, The Kate Theater, The Original Connecticut Home Show at the Connecticut Convention Center, The Connecticut Restaurant and Lodging Show, Sun Wine Fest, SOS Taste of the Nation, The March of Dimes, American Diabetes Association, Amistad Foundation and The Hartford.

Owned and operated Prudence Sloane’s Cooking School in Hampton, CT.  She has taught at other educational institutions including Sur La Table, University of New Haven’s Institute of Gastronomy and The Mystic Cooking School.

She is a Food Stylist & Food Photographer for Print and TV and has worked for companies including Season’s Magazine, Hartford Magazine, Preview, Big Y Supermarkets, Hueblin, Connecticut Home Living, Bell’s Stuffing, Better Connecticut WFSB-TV

Sloane is an honors graduate of The Institute of Culinary Education’s professional program in New York City and The University of Connecticut.