"...First and foremost, Heyhoe is a food writer, and one of the pioneers of online food writing. She and husband Thomas Way founded the first cooking website on the Internet, the electronic Gourmet Guide, in 1994, partnered with America Online in 1995, and launched the Global Gourmet in 1996..."
"...Wimberley resident Kate Heyhoe has a long history in the food business as one of the pioneers of online food writing, an editor of The Global Gourmet for 14 years, and author of eight books on food and wine. But her latest endeavor is a complete 180-degree turnaround..."
"...After the death of her mother in 2008, Kate Heyhoe found herself submerged in grief and in need of an outlet. "I knew she wouldn't want me to be sad, she would want me to find a way to celebrate her life," Heyhoe says..."
"...Kate Heyhoe's Dreams of the Dead skulls: Available at Mexic-Arte, Authenticity Gallery (910 Congress, 478-2787), and Yard Dog Gallery (1510 S. Congress, 912-1613)...."
"...Five works by authors with Texas ties are nominated for the most prestigious cookbook awards in the country. Members of the James Beard Foundation have recognized Great Bar Food at Home (Wiley & Sons) by Wimberley resident Kate Heyhoe and Rosa's New Mexican Table (Artisan) by former Austin chef Roberto Santibañez with nominations for their cookbook awards due to be announced in early May..."
"...If you don't already have a private party lined up or reservations at one of the many restaurants, bars, or hotels eager to help you ring in the new year, here's a suggestion: Invite some friends over for party snacks and cocktails made with some of the new Texas distilled spirits (one of Wes' fellow tasters has provided recipes), and finish the evening with Champagne. For a wealth of good bar-food ideas, check out Great Bar Food at Home (Wiley & Sons, $17.95) by Wimberley author Kate Heyhoe..."
"...Kate Heyhoe, cookbook author and executive editor of Global Gourmet (www.globalgourmet.com), will teach a class on recipe writing and development at the Whole Foods Culinary Center (Fifth & Bowie, 542-2340). This would be a worthwhile class for any local chef who thinks he or she might someday want to write a cookbook; $45, reservations necessary; 2-4pm, Saturday, Sept..."