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Curry Dip with Crudités Curry Dip with Crudités By In the kitchen with Kath 11/17/14 22:51 By Kath Dedon This Curry Dip with Crudités is a flash from the past for me. Because my dad worked for Northwest Airlines, we luckily had the opportunity to fly often and we were often upgraded to first class. This was back in the day when first class food...
Maple (or honey) Sweetened Pumpkin Bread Maple (or honey) Sweetened Pumpkin Bread By In the kitchen with Kath 10/31/14 22:33 By Kath Dedon One of the most popular pins on my Pinterest boards is the one for my Pumpkin Bread, and for good reason. It’s delicious and it is so easy to make. I have wondered if I could successfully make it using honey or pure maple syrup instead of...
Braised Beef Brisket Braised Beef Brisket By In the kitchen with Kath 10/28/14 23:59 By Kath Dedon Braised Beef Brisket is perfect for a rainy Sunday afternoon. Once you get the brisket in the oven, you can settle down with a good book while it braises for three hours. You do have to get up about every half hour to turn the brisket, but...
Rack of Lamb for Two Rack of Lamb for Two By In the kitchen with Kath 10/02/14 18:37 By Kath Dedon If you and your sweetheart like lamb, this Rack of Lamb for Two is perfect for a special evening at home. Is it just me, or has rack of lamb become wildly expensive in the past few years? It’s always been expensive, but I don’t recall that...
Brussels Sprouts with Sausage Brussels Sprouts with Sausage By In the kitchen with Kath 10/01/14 00:07 By Kath Dedon Today I present a new recipe, Brussels Sprouts with Sausage, from Mark Bittman’s brand-new cookbook, How to Cook Everything Fast: A Better Way to Cook Great Food. I can’t wait to get my hands on it; I pre-ordered it and it will be delivered...
Cucumber Tomato Salad with Feta Cheese Cucumber Tomato Salad with Feta Cheese By In the kitchen with Kath 09/02/14 16:25 By Kath Dedon a Yesterday was Labor Day and we had a simple family dinner. I grilled cheeseburgers and Metropolitan Market’s superior nitrite-free hot dogs. Laura was thrilled that I had bought some cream cheese and made caramelized onions so she could...
A Day Trip to Paradise A Day Trip to Paradise By In the kitchen with Kath 08/28/14 01:25 By Kath Dedon a I have no recipes for you today. This post is all about a fantastic day trip for those of you living in or visiting the Pacific Northwest. How many people can say that they can take a day trip to Paradise? Last weekend Bob and I did just...
Sweet-and-Sour Peppers with Oil-Cured Olives Sweet-and-Sour Peppers with Oil-Cured Olives By In the kitchen with Kath 08/19/14 23:53 By Kath Dedon I have made Sweet-and-Sour Peppers with Oil-Cured Olives twice in the last three days. It is that good, and it is very easy to make. The recipe is adapted from one in Domenica Marchetti’s The Glorious Vegetables of Italy, which is an inspiring...
Mongolian Beef Mongolian Beef By In the kitchen with Kath 08/11/14 18:04 By Kath Dedon Mongolian Beef is one of my favorite things to order in Asian restaurants so I was excited to try Cooking Light’s lightened up version. I’ve made it twice now. When I made it a couple of nights ago Bob said, “This is really good!” And it really...
Gluten Free Southern Fried Chicken Gluten Free Southern Fried Chicken By In the kitchen with Kath 07/24/14 01:23 By Kath Dedon For more than 30 years I have been hearing from Bob about how outrageous the fried chicken was at Chez Heléne in New Orleans. The chef behind the chicken was Austin Leslie. Austin had lived primarily with his Aunt Helen growing up and had...
Roasted Bell Peppers Roasted Bell Peppers By In the kitchen with Kath 07/17/14 01:59 By Kath Dedon We had Kielbasa Sausage a la Fenway Park for Bob’s birthday dinner. The sandwiches are practically a whole meal all by themselves so I wanted a light side dish to serve with them. Roasted Bell Peppers were perfect! I found the recipe for Roasted...
Roasted Bell Peppers Roasted Bell Peppers By In the kitchen with Kath 07/17/14 01:59 By Kath Dedon We had Kielbasa Sausage a la Fenway Park for Bob’s birthday dinner. The sandwiches are practically a whole meal all by themselves so I wanted a light side dish to serve with them. Roasted Bell Peppers were perfect! I found the recipe for Roasted...
Corn Frittata with Pecorino-Romano Cheese Corn Frittata with Pecorino-Romano Cheese By In the kitchen with Kath 07/02/14 19:13 By Kath Dedon a This Corn Frittata with Pecorino-Romano Cheese from Cooking Light tasted even better than I was expecting! I loved the crunch of the corn with the eggs. Cooking Light suggests that dill, basil, cilantro, lovage, or Italian parsley would...
Corn Frittata with Pecorino-Romano Cheese Corn Frittata with Pecorino-Romano Cheese By In the kitchen with Kath 07/02/14 19:13 By Kath Dedon a This Corn Frittata with Pecorino-Romano Cheese from Cooking Light tasted even better than I was expecting! I loved the crunch of the corn with the eggs. Cooking Light suggests that dill, basil, cilantro, lovage, or Italian parsley would...
Roasted Mushrooms Roasted Mushrooms By In the kitchen with Kath 06/18/14 22:17 By Kath Dedon This Roasted Mushrooms recipe is a perfect side dish for steak or burgers. And…it can be made ahead of time and served at room temperature – perfect for entertaining! I adapted the recipe from one on Deborah Mele’s beautiful blog, Italian...
Roasted Mushrooms Roasted Mushrooms By In the kitchen with Kath 06/18/14 22:17 By Kath Dedon This Roasted Mushrooms recipe is a perfect side dish for steak or burgers. And…it can be made ahead of time and served at room temperature – perfect for entertaining! I adapted the recipe from one on Deborah Mele’s beautiful blog, Italian...
Cilantro Lime Chicken Tacos Cilantro Lime Chicken Tacos By In the kitchen with Kath 06/04/14 23:13 Cilantro Lime Chicken Tacos involve a bit of prep work (slicing and dicing), but they are so addictively delicious! They are actually very easy to make and are worth the time that it takes. Laura discovered the recipe and highly recommended it to me. She...
Cilantro Lime Chicken Tacos Cilantro Lime Chicken Tacos By In the kitchen with Kath 06/04/14 23:13 Cilantro Lime Chicken Tacos involve a bit of prep work (slicing and dicing), but they are so addictively delicious! They are actually very easy to make and are worth the time that it takes. Laura discovered the recipe and highly recommended it to me. She...
Senate Bean Soup for Two Senate Bean Soup for Two By In the kitchen with Kath 05/23/14 18:16 By Kath Dedon a Although Senate Bean Soup may be the simplest soup I’ve ever made, it also is one of the best soups I’ve ever made! I guess there’s a reason that Senate Bean Soup has been on the menu at the U.S. Senate’s restaurant for decades. Who knew...
Senate Bean Soup for Two Senate Bean Soup for Two By In the kitchen with Kath 05/23/14 18:16 By Kath Dedon a Although Senate Bean Soup may be the simplest soup I’ve ever made, it also is one of the best soups I’ve ever made! I guess there’s a reason that Senate Bean Soup has been on the menu at the U.S. Senate’s restaurant for decades. Who knew...
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