Katy O'Hara is a contributor for Serious Eats. Prior to that, she was an associate editor at America's Test Kitchen Kids. There, she wrote for the children's podcast Mystery Recipe, edited kids' cookbooks, and created activities, games, and other content for educational and fun subscription boxes.
- She has a MA in publishing and writing from Emerson College.
- She has contributed to New York Times best selling and IACP award-winning cookbooks.
Katy's work has appeared online for America's Test Kitchen and in print for America's Test Kitchen Kids. There, she wrote and edited articles about recipe techniques and tips, episodes of the kids' cooking podcast Mystery Recipe, and content for subscription boxes and books for kids ages 3 through 17. Prior to her work at America's Test Kitchen, she earned a MA in Publishing and Writing from Emerson College.
My day doesn't start until I flip the switch on my Bonavita Coffee Maker. It couldn't be simpler to use, it brews enough for my partner and I to each have a couple cups in the morning, and the carafe holds heat for hours. I bought my first Bonavita secondhand over four years ago, and I had no qualms about buying a replacement at full price recently.
Katy graduated from Fairfield University with a BA in Creative Writing, and earned her MA at Emerson College.
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