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Kathy Saunders - Bay Magazine Editor

Bay Magazine Editor

I am the editor of Bay Magazine, though you may recognize my name from our Taster's Choice column, which I've compiled as a Times correspondent for 15 years. I grew up in Honolulu, moved to Florida to attend the University of South Florida, then worked at the Tampa Tribune, the Honolulu Star-Bulletin in Hawaii and the then-St. Petersburg Times.

  1. Coffee with cream
    Our overall impression? Too sweet.
  2. [Francine Orr/Los Angeles Times/TNS]
    We tried some seasonal coffee flavors.
  3. Karsyn Waechter, Riley Vigue and Avery Vigue are extending the athletic legacies of their fathers.
    Doug Waechter and former Rays minor-leaguer are passing their love of the game on to their daughters and their teammates
  4. Left to Right: Hospitality panel members Viviana Leyva, Steve Westphal and Jeff Gigante talk about the needs of the hospitality industry in Tampa Bay region during a kickoff of the University of South Florida Hospitality Leadership Program last month.
    Restaurant and hotel owners say they have a need for finding and keeping talented workers.
  5. Publix's pumpkin pie ice cream
    Our tasting panel tried 18 seasonal products, and these were the ones they liked.
  6. Cereal makers reinvent their products quite often. We tried some of the new offerings.
  7. Illustration by Lisa Merklin. Times (2019)
    From Avocado Huggers to pasta makers, your cooking is about to get better.
  8. Roberto Hernández Jr. trabaja a diario en la cocina del restaurante WEPA con muchos platos y recetas que le recuerdan su niñez. Fotos: Monica Herndon/Tampa Bay Times
    ST. PETERSBURG - Como el hijo primogénito y homónimo de Roberto Hernández, el lanzador de Grandes Ligas de Béisbol, Roberto Jr. comenzó a prepararse para una carrera en el mundo de la pelota. En 198
  9. Chef Sara Moulton offers a cooking demonstration at the Lake Austin Resort Spa. Photograph by Kathy Saunders
  10. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD   |   Times  Elisha Smith collects a jar of organic herbs at Emelia’s Apothecary of Dunedin. The herbs are used to create teas, tinctures, topical remedies and more.