Katherine Alford, who ran a New York Times 4-star-rated kitchen, has been a greenmarket manager as well as instructor and director of Peter Kump’s Cooking School (now Institute of Culinary Education). She spent the last 20 years at the Food Network, becoming the senior vice president of culinary, where she led the culinary team for TV, digital, and print… More about the author
Angela Garbacz is the founder of Goldenrod Pastries, a women-run pastry shop located on a picturesque corner in Lincoln, Nebraska, emphasizing inclusivity by developing recipes and baking for people who are diet-sensitive. She has built an extensive program of American-style pastries, ranging from cookies and cakes to an elaborate morning bun program… More about the author
Kathy Gunst is a James Beard Award–winning journalist and the author of fifteen cookbooks, including Soup Swap. She is the award-winning resident chef for NPR’s “Here and Now,” heard on over 550 public radio stations, with over five million listeners. She writes for many publications, including the Washington Post… More about the author
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