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Katrina Ávila Munichiello

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Katrina Avila Munichiello

Katrina Ávila Munichiello is senior editor at Tea Magazine®. A freelance writer who has chosen to make her hobby into her career. In 2007 she launched her Tea Pages blog as a way to promote the idea that tea should be accessible and never intimidating. Her first book "A Tea Reader: Living Life One Cup at a Time," was released by Tuttle Publishing in October 2011. Katrina earned a B.S. in Biology from Tufts University and an M.P.H. from Boston University and now lives in Massachusetts with her husband and three young children. She is thrilled to be part of the team bringing Tea Magazine to new audiences, helping more people to see the powerful beauty of the leaf.

I live in... Massachusetts with my husband and three kids.

When I am not writing for Tea.. I'm a stay-at-home mom playing soccer and Legos with my kids, knitting, reading mysteries, and trying to keep putting words on paper.

Tea makes me... take a moment to breathe and recharge.

I drink tea as many times as I can squeak in! A good day is when I get to drink a cup that is hot from start to finish.

My favorite food is... homemade gnocchi and meatballs (and tea of course)

Writing... has opened amazing doors for me, especially publishing my book "A Tea Reader" (www.tea-reader.com). It has introduced me to inspiring and talented people around the world.

Find me at...www.kamwrites.com, teapages.blogspot.com, and on Twitter @teapages

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Ales, Stouts, and Tea?: The Emergence of Tea Beers

Why the rising interest in craft brewing could mean interesting things for tea lovers more »

May 21, 2013 by in Taste

Padma's Passion

What do Ralph Lauren, Mariah Carey, Salman Rushdie, and Emeril Lagasse have in common? They have all been part of the amazing life and career of model-actress-cook-television host-entrepreneur-mom Padma Lakshmi. more »

May 3, 2013 by in Refresh

Best of New York City

Tea Magazine’s Best of New York list presents some of our top picks for teahouses, retail shops, restaurants and, of course, traditional hotel tea. more »

Feb 26, 2013 by in Travel

Energized by Chai

They’ve spent years developing the perfect balance of spice and sweet for a tantalizingly warm chai concentrate. They’ve traveled to the mountains of India and they've sold from food carts and bike trailers. These are America’s chai sellers. more »

Jan 8, 2013 by in Taste