Cathy Roma Author's Facebook Author's Instagram Author's Website Title: Recipe Developer Education: State University of New York at Oswego, The Institute of Culinary Education, NYC Location: South Orange, NJ Expertise: Culinary arts, Baking, Recipe developer, Food photographer, Food stylist Cathy Roma graduated from the Institute of Culinary Education in NYC with a degree in Culinary Arts and worked in NYC restaurant kitchens, mainly in pastry. After moving to the NJ suburbs to start a family, she opened an online bakery that sold sweets locally. After a few years of too much coffee and too little sleep, she decided to switch gears in 2015 to create a food blog that showcases her love for all types of dishes and cuisines.Cathy has worked as a food and baking contributor for BH&G, as well as thefeedfeed and the Kitchn. Her recipes and photography have been featured in many publications including Food52, Elle Decor, Country Living and Cosmopolitan.Highlights• Over 20 years’ experience as a trained chef, recipe developer and business owner• Degree in Culinary Arts from the Institute of Culinary Education, NYC• Creator, writer, recipe developer and photographer of the culinary blog What Should I Make For…• Recipes and photography featured in numerous publications including feedfeed, Cosmo, Elle Décor and Country Living. Experience After receiving in her BA degree in communications from SUNY Oswego and working in corporate Human Resources, Cathy Roma shifted gears into the culinary world. She received her degree in Culinary Arts from the Institute of Culinary Education in NYC in 2003 and worked professionally in NYC restaurants as a pastry chef. Cathy continued her career in pastry by opening her own baking business in NJ, offering a variety of sweets to local customers. While she loved baking, the pull of working in both savory and sweet guided her move into creating her own blog, What Should I Make For... in 2015 where she has successfully been developing recipes, styling food and growing her food photography business ever since. Her recipes and photography have been featured in many publications including Food52, Elle Decor, Country Living and Cosmopolitan and she has worked as a contributor for BH&G, the feedfeed and the Kitchn. Education State University of New York, College at Oswego, BA in Communication StudiesInstitute of Culinary Education, Culinary Arts Degree About Better Homes & Gardens Better Homes & Gardens, a Dotdash Meredith Brand, is the only iconic home brand with a 100+ year history of providing trustworthy and achievable ideas for all doers and home-enthusiasts. We are the go-to resource for fresh takes on home, food, and gardening—inspiring people to bring their dreams to life at home on special occasions and every day. BHG reaches 45 million readers each month. Learn more about us and our editorial process.