Kate Rowe

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December 19, 2010 @ Whole Story
While Thanksgiving leans toward turkey, Christmas dinner opens up the possibilities to many other types of entrées. Try some of these crowd-pleasing celebratory main dishes.
December 18, 2010 @ Whole Story
Spread a little local love by supporting local farmers, producers and artisans — including these who specialize in sweet and savory goodies.
December 14, 2010 @ Whole Story
Whether you’re trimming the tree, baking dozens of holiday cookies, wrapping gifts, or relaxing and listening to holiday tunes, a mug of one of these hot holiday sippers will help set a festive mood.
December 12, 2010 @ Whole Story
Try more budget-friendly recipes for entertaining and you'll spend less, waste less and stress less, but have more holiday fun with friends and family!
December 11, 2010 @ Whole Story
Spread a little local love during the holiday season by supporting local farmers, producers and artisans. Learn about a few of our local growers of seasonal favorites.
December 8, 2010 @ Whole Story
Wrap up your holiday shopping without leaving the house! Try one of our 38 deliciously simple recipes for gifts made in your own kitchen.
December 5, 2010 @ Whole Story
There’s something irresistible about the aroma of warm spices and freshly baked goodies. Here are 10 great holiday cookie recipes — perfect for cookie swaps, homemade gifts and leaving out for Santa!
November 21, 2010 @ Whole Story
So many delicious things to bake, so little time and oven space!  Here are some of our favorites for this Thursday’s feast: Pies (and Two Pie Crusts): You can finally settle the “pumpkin or apple” question with our Pumpkin Apple Pie that combines both ingredients in one pie!
November 15, 2010 @ Whole Story
Salads provide a fresh complement to some of the richer flavors typically on the Thanksgiving table. Try our favorite salads starring greens, grains, fruit, veggies, cheese and more.
November 7, 2010 @ Whole Story
For many people, when it comes down to it, Thanksgiving is all about the side dishes. Here are some of our very favorite holiday side dishes. For a more complete listing, visit our holiday recipe pages.
October 28, 2010 @ Whole Story
Ready for the crazy, busy, exciting holiday season? Find our best tips, recipes, entertaining help and video how-to’s on our holiday pages.
August 30, 2010 @ Whole Story
Thanks for your help choosing the grand prize winning recipe in our food52 summer recipe contest. The votes are in, and we're pleased to announce that the winning recipe is:
August 18, 2010 @ Whole Story
Pop quiz: What do these dishes have in common?
August 11, 2010 @ Whole Story
Vote to help choose the grand prize winner in our food52 summer recipe contest!
August 4, 2010 @ Whole Story
Texas peaches are so good this summer that I’m eager to include them in as many meals as possible. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert, I can’t think of anything that a peach can’t improve. I hope your local peach crop is as good as ours this year.
July 31, 2010 @ Whole Story
Now’s the time to go all out with summer melons. Whether you show up at the next picnic balancing a watermelon on your hip, or add chunks of cantaloupe to your morning smoothie and summer fruit salads, there are lots of ways to appreciate melons. Here are some of our favorite recipes featuring one of summer’s most refreshing fruits: Drinks
July 20, 2010 @ Whole Story
We’re approaching that time of the summer when, if you garden, you may find yourself knee deep in zucchini and wondering what to do with your harvest.
July 5, 2010 @ Whole Story
We’re talking ripe tomatoes, cilantro, onion and jalapeños here — not some fancy dance moves.

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From haute cuisine to collard greens, Kate is eager to discuss the latest trends in the food world. Kate joined Whole Foods Market in 2005 and now serves as culinary and newsletter managing editor. After graduating from the University of Virginia, she worked for a French wine importer in Napa Valley, California, before moving to France to pursue her passion for French language, culture and cuisine. Kate taught English at a high school in Burgundy for a year and then landed a spot as an intern at nearby La Varenne cooking school. She stayed on for three years as associate course director for La Varenne and editorial assistant to the school’s founder, cookbook author Anne Willan. Now based in Austin, Kate enjoys the challenge of mastering the art of backyard vegetable gardening.