Peter di Lorenzi is an educator, speaker, trainer, consultant [food, wine, staff- and program-development], and food blogger. His organization, Lo-TECH Foodways, [Lo sugar & seed/sat fats — Tasty, Easy, Cheap, & Healthy] provides Healthy Cooking and Eating programming for industrial, corporate, union, and health provider clients as well as for private groups, agencies, and pro bono programming for low-income, and senior services.
di Lorenzi taught Nutrition and Healthy Cooking for Michigan State University Extension in Washtenaw County for nine years.
Before that he created and directed Ann Arbor restaurants, including the Earle, Bella Ciao, and the Kerrytown Bistro. He also served as a National Wine Spokesperson for the Italian Trade Commission in the U. S.
He is currently on the Board of Directors of the Chelsea Community Kitchen and has served as a consultant/presenter of Healthy Garden Cooking programs for the MSU Dept of Community Agriculture, Recreation, and Resource Studies and the Michigan Farmers’ Market Association