Hunter Lewis will take the editor job at Time Inc.'s Cooking Light magazine effective Sept. 22.
Currently, editor-in-chief of CL's Southern Living sister publication, Lewis will take over for Scott Mowbray, who is stepping down as a 17-year Time Inc. stint.
Based in Birmingham, Lewis will report to Sid Evans, group editor.
Evelyn Webster, executive VP, said in a statement that Lewis has a "rich experience spanning both journalism and the culinary world, as well as a profound skill for translating storytelling to digital, social and event platforms."
Lewis, who took the SL slot in 2012, also served as food editor at Bon Appetit and kitchen director of Saveur.
He collaborated on various cookbooks including Jonathan Waxman's "A Great American Cook" and cooked in Waxman's restaurant in New York City.
He began his journalism career at the The Herald-Sun in Durham, NC.
Time Inc. says CL's platforms reach 11M consumers every month.
Nathan Lump is the new editor of Travel + Leisure, taking over for Nancy Novogrod, who stepped down after a 20-year-stint at the title.
Since January, Lump worked as director of branded content at Conde Nast. He had been digital director of Conde Nast Traveler.
His return to T+L marks Lump's second tour of duty there. He also led content strategy at JWT and Hill Holliday advertising shops.
Lump's "deep digital knowledge and vast editorial expertise make him the ideal choice to further Travel + Leisure‘s stature as a powerful multi-platform brand serving customers in print, digital, mobile, video, and events,” remarked Webster about Lump's return.