Katie Rosenhouse

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New Jersey
The French Culinary Institute, Cornell University
Pastry & Baking, French Breads & Desserts, Family-style Meals
  • In 2011, Katie won $10K on an episode of Food Network's Sweet Genius, and subsequently became the Culinary Producer for Seasons 2 & 3.
  • Her first cookbook, French Bread Baking for Beginners, was published in 2022.
  • She currently teaches baking classes and manages an online cooking school based in France.


Katie has been baking since she could barely see over the countertops. She began her career in Pastry Arts at Bouley restaurant in New York, and worked at Le Cirque, The Russian Tea Room, Geoffrey Zakarian's Country and David Burke's restaurants as a Pastry Chef before opening Buttermilk Bakeshop in Brooklyn in 2013 (sold in 2018). She's worked as a recipe developer since 2019 and an online instructor since 2020. Her recipes have been featured in Food & Wine Magazine, Woman's World Magazine, Brides Magazine, Howcast.com, Ehow.com, Martha Stewart Living Radio, The New York Chocolate Show, and more. She is very excited to join the team at Tasting Table as a Recipe Developer.


Katie has a Grand Diploma in Pastry Arts from The French Culinary Institute in New York and received a certificate in Marketing Strategy from Cornell University.

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