Kate Waters

Kate Waters
Kate Waters began her career in the food industry with a cooking newsletter to inspire home cooks to get back into the kitchen, catering and teaching “back-to-basics” cooking classes. In between food gigs, she returned to NYU for a degree in PR/Corporate Communications and worked as a marketing communication consultant. Her passion is sourcing food, restaurants, and farmers, growers and suppliers that are instrumental in making sustainable food a reality. Kate is the owner of Bleuberet Artisanal Foods, an award winning wild Maine blueberry jam producer, and the Editor of Bleuberet & The Blog.

Recent Posts

Blueberry Barrens Are Going Barren:  the Impact of Environmental and Economic Factors Is Affecting Our Food Sources

Posted by Kate Waters on Jun 13, 2019 1:52:19 PM

While there are many restaurants that use only locally and sustainably grown and produced foods, most of the food industry is based on a global...

Seasonal vs. Sustainable Farming & What this Means to the Ingredient List

Posted by Kate Waters on May 31, 2019 9:00:00 AM

How much does anyone really care about whether lettuce, green beans, or beets are in season, and if they were sustainably grown before landing on...

Bringing Farm-to-the-Restaurant Table

Posted by Kate Waters on May 8, 2019 9:00:00 AM

What was the norm, went out of fashion, ‘tis now in again!

Farm-to-Table existed long before cars, grocery stores, industrial canning,...

Creating an “Artisanal” Restaurant Experience

Posted by Kate Waters on Apr 24, 2019 9:00:00 AM

ARTISAN = the person who creates by hand.

Menu Identity Crisis: Is the Menu in Line With Your Restaurant’s Theme?

Posted by Kate Waters on Apr 18, 2019 9:00:00 AM

If you can find something you love to do, and make a living at it…

Chefs become chefs for many reasons, but most have a passion for cooking and...