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Katherine Martinelli is an award-winning writer and recipe developer with over a decade of experience writing about a broad range of topics for top tier publications.
Her articles have appeared in The New York Times, Food & Wine, Martha Stewart, Bon Appetit, Michelin USA, The Cut, Smithsonian, The Atlantic, and many others. She works with a range of editorial and corporate clients to create and test original recipes. Katherine is the go-to recipe developer for the Serious Eats-sponsored content program, and has developed original recipes for Bed Bath & Beyond, Mealthy, CBD Snapshot, The Forward, Indiana University, Eat This Not That, Joy of Kosher, and more.
With a keen ability for recipe testing and editing, Katherine has ample experience doing both for the web and cookbooks alike, and loves it all. She ghost wrote and photographed the award-winning 2013 cookbook Cook In Israel, and has worked behind the scenes on a number of major cookbooks.
Katherine is an active member of the American Society for Journalists and Authors, where she volunteers to mentor associate members, and the International Association for Culinary Professionals, where she recently helped judge a category of the cookbook awards. She graduated from Skidmore College Magna cum Laude with membership in the Phi Beta Kappa honors society and has a Masters in International Educational Development from Teachers College, Columbia University.
An avid traveler, Katherine studied abroad in India as a junior in college and lived in Israel for four years (just as it was on the verge of becoming the next hot culinary destination). And, though she’ll always be a proud New Yorker (Katherine was born and raised in an art-filled, one-bedroom apartment in Greenwich Village), Katherine is happy to now call Ann Arbor, MI home.