- Cate Huguelet is a freelance writer specializing in food, travel, and culture.
- Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Saveur, New York magazine, United Airlines' Hemispheres, Draft magazine, and Time Out Chicago.
- Huguelet has traveled extensively, visiting over 30 countries, and spent five years living and going to school in Ireland.
Cate Huguelet is world traveler who writes about everything food and culture related, from F. Scott Fitzgerald's favorite hotels to the best bars to take your dog.
A three-month internship in Ireland at the Dubliner magazine turned into five years abroad and two degrees at Irish universities. She's lived in Tennessee and dove into Southern food culture, but eventually returned to her home in Chicago.
Find Huguelet's work in The New York Times, New York magazine, Saveur, The Lonely Planet guides, the Guardian, Plate, and more.
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