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Apple Crisp (or any Fruit Crisp) Apple Crisp (or any Fruit Crisp) By In the kitchen with Kath 02/12/15 01:51 By Kath Dedon Apple Crisp is one of the easiest desserts you can make. It’s perfect for entertaining. It can be made ahead of time and then reheated in the oven later. Leftovers can be eaten the next morning for a tasty breakfast treat. (I speak from experience.)...
Super Bowl Eats Super Bowl Eats By In the kitchen with Kath 01/27/15 22:15 By Kath Dedon a It’s an exciting week to be in Seattle. The whole town is ecstatic about the Seahawks winning that crazy NFC Championship Game over Green Bay and now, for the second year in a row, our team is playing in the Super Bowl! Watching the Super...
Braised Beef Short Ribs with Caramelized Onions & Baharat Braised Beef Short Ribs with Caramelized Onions & Baharat By In the kitchen with Kath 01/26/15 22:20 By Kath Dedon When I tasted a friend’s Braised Beef Short Ribs with Caramelized Onions and Baharat, I knew I needed the recipe. The ribs were melt-in-your mouth tender and the sauce was incredible. I was already familiar with Amanda Bevill’s and Julie Kramis...
Chocolate Chip Mint Frosting Chocolate Chip Mint Frosting By In the kitchen with Kath 01/24/15 21:03 By Kath Dedon a A few months ago when I noticed Kristan’s recipe for Mint Chocolate Chip Cake on her Confessions of a Cookbook Queen blog, I knew it would probably be the perfect birthday cake for Carrie. She has always been a huge chocolate/mint combo...
Tortilla Soup Tortilla Soup By In the kitchen with Kath 01/22/15 21:00 By Kath Dedon I can’t believe I haven’t shared this Tortilla Soup recipe before today. It used to appear fairly regularly in my dinner rotation because it was something the whole family enjoyed. The original recipe is from the 2001 edition of Cook’s Illustrated’s...
Pork Ragu for a Crowd Pork Ragu for a Crowd By In the kitchen with Kath 01/02/15 23:13 By Kath Dedon a Pork Ragu for a Crowd is a perfect choice for a winter dinner party. It easily serves up to 12 people and it can be made ahead of time. In fact, it is one of those dishes that tastes even better the next day. I found the recipe for Pork...
Easy Slow Cooker Polenta Easy Slow Cooker Polenta By In the kitchen with Kath 01/02/15 22:27 By Kath Dedon a Easy Slow Cooker Polenta couldn’t be easier. I used the America’s Test Kitchen’s recipe for Easy Polenta in Slow Cooker Revolution. You simply whisk the polenta and salt into water in a slow cooker and cook it on Low for 4 – 6 hours. When...
Today is the 5th Anniversary of my blog Today is the 5th Anniversary of my blog By In the kitchen with Kath 12/31/14 21:01 By Kath Dedon Today is the 5th Anniversary of my blog! WordPress.com even sent me anniversary greetings! I made public note of my 1st anniversary in 2010 because I was actually kind of amazed that I had kept at it for a full year. And now, here I am on...
Almond Flour Pie Crust Almond Flour Pie Crust By In the kitchen with Kath 12/30/14 21:51 By Kath Dedon I have made Elana Amsterdam’s Paleo Pie Crust two or three times since Thanksgiving. It makes a great grain-free option for pies. Everyone seemed to enjoy it and it’s very easy to make. I thought it was about time I shared it. I used this...
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...
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