Jessica Seinfeld

American writer Jessica Seinfeld

Jessica Seinfeld is the wife of comedian Jerry Seinfeld, author of two cookbooks about preparing food for children and the whole family, and founder of Baby Buggy, a New York City Charitable organization that provides essential gear, clothing and products for families in need throughout the five boroughs of New York City.
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PHOTOS: Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld sip wine on an Italian getaway
ABC News - 8 months
When they're not on set, stars kick back at the beach and pool.
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PHOTOS: Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld Head Outdoors With Their Kids
ABC News - about 1 year
Meet the parents (and siblings, cousins and more!) of your favorite celebs.
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Lifting Families Out of Poverty, One Crib at a Time
The Huffington Post - about 2 years
There are too many stories of need in this country. And nearly all of them start the same way -- with the unspeakable stress endured by families in poverty. They tell of parents who reuse disposable diapers; children who are sent home from school for hygiene issues because shampoo and soap are luxury items for a poor family; parents who can't afford a crib so they put their newborn babies to sleep in a dresser drawer, a hamper, or in a cardboard box. These are the everyday, constant challenges for families in poverty. These are the indignities our organization, Baby Buggy, strives to overcome. Baby Buggy was founded by Jessica Seinfeld 15 years ago with a focus on serving mothers of small children. Today our work has expanded across the country to serve mothers and fathers of children up to age 14. The statistics are hard to hear: one in four U.S. children live in poverty. So while the road out of poverty can be challenging, it just makes our work and mission that much more important....
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Former Teen Heartthrob Freddie Prinze Jr. Is Writing a Cookbook
Yahoo News - almost 3 years
Former teen heartthrob/actor/total dad Freddie Prinze Jr. is writing a cookbook. According to Publishers Marketplace, it's called Back to the Kitchen and it will be chock full of "healthy recipes he cooks daily for his family." Co-authored by writer Rachel Wharton, the cookbook will showcase the flavors of Prinze Jr.'s "childhood in New Mexico... and his Puerto Rican heritage." Back to the Kitchen will be published by Rodale. Wife of comedian Jerry Seinfeld and cookbook author Jessica Seinfeld has landed a two book deal with Ballantine. The Toast and Serious Eats contributor Jaya Saxena has landed a book deal with Page Street publishing. Called Cooking History, it will be a cookbook and "historical look at well-loved restaurants and their famous dishes," notes Publishers Marketplace.
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Former Alexander McQueen Store Employee Called 'Burrito Face' Files Discrimination Lawsuit
Huffington Post - over 4 years
"Burrito face," "Goya princess" and "taco smoke” are just a few of the offensive and racist names that a former Alexander McQueen store employee is claiming her boss called her while on the job. According to the New York Post, Moselle Blanco, a 43-year-old Hispanic woman and former saleswoman from the West 14th Street boutique in NYC's trendy Meatpacking District, is now slapping the high-end British fashion house with a racial discrimination lawsuit. The Manhattan civil suit, which was filed last Wednesday, contests that Blanco's boss, Max Cantey, not only called her names but also subjected her “to a persistent barrage of offensive comments based on her race and national origin.” In one instance, Blanco recalled Cantey telling her that “she had greasy hands like a Mexican and that he did not want any product to ‘get messy.’” She also said she was falsely accused of stealing and using cocaine at work. Calls to Cantey at the Alexander McQueen store were not immediately retur...
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<i>Diana</i> the Movie -- Not As Awful As You've Heard, But It Could Have Been Better -- (Memo to All Actors -- Try To Avoid Portraying Fabled Icons!)
Huffington Post - over 4 years
"You know, Hillary Clinton gives of herself. Princess Diana gives of herself. But they are not saints," said actor Edward James Olmos. Well, during no point in Hillary Clinton's lifetime has she ever been considered a saint. Princess Diana, however, even before her much-publicized charity endeavors, was considered some sort of other-worldly saint-like celebrity phenomenon. She was famous for being famous on the grandest scale. (So powerful was her impact before she married Prince Charles many people referred to her as "Lady Di" forever.) She initially tapped into the beautiful fairy-tale of a "commoner" being lifted to royalty by a (reasonably) attractive prince. Although Diana wasn't really a"commoner" at all. Just very young, and totally unsuited for The Life. Later, as her unhappiness and neurosis became known--often through her own clever self-promotion -- she was the first truly modern star of the obsessively searching "me" generation. Theatrically staged suicide attempt...
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Inside the Gossip Industrial Complex
Huffington Post - over 4 years
George Rush and Joanna Molloy's "SCANDAL: A Manual, The Inside Story of America's Infamous Gossip Columnists" (Skyhorse/Norton) is the most fun read I've had all year -- possibly in several years. It is a delicious look behind the curtain of New York's gossip media industrial complex, the players and the played, and how rival columns and columnists at the Daily News and The New York Post do battle and have been forced to evolve in an Internet/ Matt Drudge/ Fox News/ and TMZ disrupted world. A few disclaimers: Rush and I became friends while attending Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism, and having birthdays a few days apart have shared many a celebration including our respective birthdays, our weddings to women better than we deserved, and shared life events related to our children about whom we are gobsmacked and who, on occasion, we have forced to visit each other and go on rides at Magic Mountain. I have appeared in Page Six items and in Rush and Molloy and have on more t...
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Watch: 'The Can't Cook Book' Helps You Face Your Kitchen Fears
ABC News - over 4 years
In her new book, Jessica Seinfeld tackles various issues people have with cooking.     
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George Clooney Photobombs Jerry Seinfeld And Steven Spielberg
Huffington Post - over 4 years
George Clooney may be an A-list actor, but that doesn't mean he can't enjoy a good prank. The "Gravity" star was evidently feeling silly at the USC Shoah Foundation gala at New York's American Museum of Natural History Thursday, and snuck up behind Steven Spielberg, Jerry Seinfeld and Jessica Seinfeld while the trio unknowingly posed for a picture. Despite the lighthearted moment, Clooney was not being honored for his sense of humor, but for his humanitarian work. Spielberg presented him with an Ambassador for Humanity Award, calling him "an unparalleled example of action over apathy." For more celebrity photobombs, browse the gallery below.
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LOOK: We Have To Hope This Craiglist Ad Is A Joke
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Having a picky eater is one of parenthood's greatest challenges. It may be completely normal for kids to develop food neophobia (yes, there is a scientific term for pickiness), but the lengths moms and dads go to just get a child to eat are vast. Some change the names of unfamiliar cuisines. Others turn the kitchen table into dinner theater. Thanks to Jessica Seinfeld, hiding fruits and veggies in kids' favorite dishes is standard practice. But one parent's approach is, shall we say, unconventional. In an anonymous Craigslist ad, Mom or Dad is recruiting for an unpaid "talent gig" for a "really really skinny person." The reason seems to be that the mere presence of said skinny person will make children feel badly about throwing away their food. LOOK: Last resort? Maybe. Still, we're certain there are other ways to teach children to finish their supper. Forget, for the moment, that researchers say parents shouldn't even be urging kids to "clean their plates" any...
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Regina Weinreich: Jake Gyllenhaal's Good Cop in 'End of Watch'
Huffington Post - over 5 years
The F-word flies by fast, furious and often from cops and criminals in Jake Gyllenhaal's new movie End of Watch, now on its way to the Toronto Film Festival. At a special preview screening at Bryan Bantry's Goose Creek on Sunday night, the dreamy-eyed star prepared the audience for extreme violence, and for another F-word: friendship. With more edge than the typical police procedural, the film left viewers -- including hosts Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ingrid Sischy and Sandra Brant, and many guests: Bruce Weber, Bob Balaban, Chris Martin, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, Katie Lee, and Beth Ostrosky Stern -- getting over the movie's devastating end with champagne and dessert. Everything is up close and personal, from scenes of what drug cartels do with their stash and those who cross them, to frantic users who want to silence their kids, to the families of these good cops both in the LAPD, and at home, to the front seat of the squad car where Gyllenhaal's Brian...
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OFFBEAT: Loretta Swit joining Nora Dunn for Chicago cast of 'Love, Loss, and ... - nwitimes.com
Google News - over 6 years
Jessica Seinfeld-Sklar (wife of Jerry Seinfeld) is 40. Actor Paul Walker is 38. Country singer Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland is 37. Musician James Louis McCartney (son of Paul and Linda McCartney) and actor Ben McKenzie is 33. Singer Ruben Studdard is
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Giggles N' Hugs offers adults night out - kids OK - San Francisco Chronicle
Google News - over 6 years
The Giggles N&#39; Hugs menu reads like something that Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Seinfeld might have cooked up during a supermom coffee klatch. There are fish sticks made from fresh tilapia fillets for $7.49. Chicken Littles chicken fingers ($6.95) are
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Giggles N' Hugs: Where the Kids Are Alright - Bloomberg
Google News - over 6 years
The Giggles N&#39; Hugs menu reads like something that Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Seinfeld might have cooked up during a supermom coffee klatch on New York&#39;s Upper East Side. There are fish sticks made from fresh Tilapia fillets for $7.49
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Purée and simple: how mushy veggies can cut your calorie count - The National
Google News - over 6 years
Deceptively Delicious by Jessica Seinfeld (2008) and The Sneaky Chef: Simple Strategies for Hiding Healthy Foods in Kids&#39; Favorite Meals (2007) by Missy Chase Lepine were both bestselling books that provided a variety of recipes all with a single
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Baby Buggy Adds New Members To Board Of Trustees - Look To The Stars
Google News - over 6 years
Baby Buggy, a non-profit organization founded by Jessica Seinfeld dedicated to helping the nation&#39;s families in need raise healthy and happy children, has announced the addition of two members to their Board of Trustees. Stacey Bendet Eisner, founder
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jessica Seinfeld
    FORTIES
  • 2013
    Age 41
    In 2013 she released her third cookbook, The Can't Cook Book, billed as "100 recipes for the absolutely terrified!"
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    In 2013, Baby Buggy received its fourth Four Star rating from Charity Navigator.
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    As of May 2013, Baby Buggy has donated over six million items to New York families since the organization was established.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2010
    Age 38
    In October 2010, Jessica released her second cookbook, Double Delicious!
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    In July 2010, Baby Buggy launched a layette collection with Target Corporation, with 10% of sales going to help families in need.
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  • 2008
    Age 36
    As of 2008, 88 cents of every dollar received by Baby Buggy went straight to programs.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2001
    Age 29
    Seinfeld founded Baby Buggy in 2001 following the birth of her first child.
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  • 1998
    Age 26
    After returning from an Italian honeymoon with Nederlander, she took up with Seinfeld; Nederlander filed for divorce in October 1998, only four months after marrying. Sklar and Seinfeld became engaged in November 1999, and were married on December 25, 1999. Comedian George Wallace was the best man at the wedding. After much criticism from Nederlander on Jessica's divorce and subsequent marriage, the Seinfelds gave a personal account of their relationship to Vogue Magazine in 2004.
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    In June 1998, she married Eric Nederlander, a theatrical producer and the son of theater owner Robert Nederlander.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Born
    Born on September 12, 1971.
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