Kate Krader

food editor at Bloomberg News

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Food editor at Bloomberg News.

Kate Krader on KCRW

The seafood section on some menus have been slim these days. Restaurants across the country are pulling dishes like crab croquettes or seared sea scallops from their offerings.

No more scallops, halibut, or crab at your favorite restaurant? Blame inflation

The seafood section on some menus have been slim these days. Restaurants across the country are pulling dishes like crab croquettes or seared sea scallops from their offerings.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Have you noticed when you go out to a nice restaurant these days, something’s missing from your table? Kate Krader did.

Why many high-end restaurants have nixed salt shakers

Have you noticed when you go out to a nice restaurant these days, something’s missing from your table? Kate Krader did.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

If you run into problems cooking your Thanksgiving feast, we have some quick-fix suggestions.

Last-minute cooking hacks to save Thanksgiving

If you run into problems cooking your Thanksgiving feast, we have some quick-fix suggestions.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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