Kate Krader, Bloomberg

Kate Krader


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by kate:

Flour Made From Food Waste Is Coming for Your Cookies

The Supplant Co. has trademarked a method of turning discarded oat hulls into high-protein starch. → Read More

Aisha ‘Pinky’ Cole, Vegan Evangelist

Her irreverent burger chain raised $25 million in May in a funding round that valued Slutty Vegan at $100 million. → Read More

The Best Bars for Watching the FIFA World Cup in New York City

People don’t think of the Big Apple as a big soccer town. Those people have never gone to these watering holes during the World Cup. → Read More

It’s Election Season and These Are the Power Tables in Washington

With the development of renewable energy accelerating, the pipeline business increasingly finds itself against the ropes. The Biden administration dealt a death blow to Keystone XL, and the fate of similar projects remains uncertain. As fossil fuel dependency begins to wane, this multibillion dollar industry could soon go the way of the dinosaurs. → Read More

Here Are the 125 Best Cheap Places to Eat in New York and Westchester

Like restaurant portion sizes, the number of Michelin Bib Gourmands is shrinking. → Read More

One of America’s Top Chefs Is Leaving His Three-Star Restaurant

David Kinch’s last day at Manresa in Silicon Valley will mark the end of an era. → Read More

A Top UK Chef Deals With the Rising Price of Pasta Bolognese

Angela Hartnett on the increased costs of making the popular dish. → Read More

A Chef Tackles Inequality by Opening Farms in Black Communities

Chris Williams is reconnecting residents of a tiny Texas town with their agricultural roots. → Read More

The Best Frozen Drinks for Keeping Cool in the London Heat

Aperol spritz slushies are a great way to instantly chill. → Read More

Two Former Goldman Sachs Bankers Are Now in the Chocolate Business

Elements Truffles specializes in vegan sweets. → Read More

How Does That Pancake Cereal From TikTok Actually Taste?

A new cookbook rounds up some of the most viral TikTok recipes from the past couple of years. → Read More

Juneteenth Food Cookout Menus From 6 Chefs Across America

Food traditions to honor America’s new old holiday. → Read More

Summer Grill Goals: 10 Ways to Elevate Your Outdoor Cooking From Chefs, Pros

Chefs and other masters of the flame tell how to elevate your outdoor cooking. → Read More

Lettuce Blow Your Mind: Chefs Are Grilling Salad, and It’s Great

Greens with some char are turning up on menus around the US. → Read More

Snagging a Table at a Hot Restaurant Will Be Even Tougher This Summer

Eateries are cutting hours because of staffing shortages—making coveted reservations harder to come by. → Read More

Hamptons Pool Craze Has Posh Owners Waiting Until 2023 for a Dip

Pool problems out East. → Read More

Get your table now: Restaurants are seeing a 39% jump in Mother’s Day reservations

After two years of stymied Mother’s Day celebrations, demand for restaurant tables is booming. → Read More

What’s the Best Pepper to Use in Pasta? Chefs Say It’s This One

Kampot peppercorns give an added layer of citrus and fruity flavors. → Read More

Three Simple Ingredients Make Matzo Ball Soup Better Than Bubbe’s

Award-winning chef Michael Solomonov of Philadelphia’s Zahav tweaks both the balls and the broth for his Passover specialty. → Read More

The 11 NYC Bars in Manhattan and Brooklyn Worth the Hustle to Get a Reservation

That sound you hear is the clinking of cocktail glasses. → Read More