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Wheat-Free Baking Wheat-Free Baking By Midnight in the Kitchen 08/27/12 12:00 The trick to baking without wheat is finding a flour blend that yields the taste and texture you want in your baked goods. But even with the best intentions, and an eye for staying well-stocked in my alternate flours, I still find myself needing to substitute...
Vegan Stuffed Zucchini Boats Vegan Stuffed Zucchini Boats By Midnight in the Kitchen 07/09/12 12:00 It’s that time of the year. The time when everyone who knows someone who is growing summer squash in their garden gets some of that abundant crop. It is a satisfying vegetable to grow, is it not? We don’t have any, ourselves, we’re a strictly tomato-and-corn...
Summer is Picnic Season Summer is Picnic Season By Midnight in the Kitchen 05/28/12 12:00 It’s Memorial Day, which means that summer activities are officially launched! A favorite family summer activity for us is to go picnicking. Our local zoo has movie nights twice a month during the summer and we love to make quite the event of it; you’ll...
Mother’s Day Edition: Breakfast in Bed Mother’s Day Edition: Breakfast in Bed By Midnight in the Kitchen 05/07/12 12:00 I have had breakfast in bed precisely once in my life (if you don’t include being brought jello when I was sick, or the hospital breakfast when Kiddo was born). That one time? Kiddo got up, made toast, and brought me a slice of lightly toasted white sandwich...
Batman Roasted Potatoes Batman Roasted Potatoes By Midnight in the Kitchen 04/16/12 12:00 In my quest for a citation in the OED (that’s the Oxford English Dictionary, to the non-English majors among you), I am seeking to appropriate the phrase “to Batman” for the purpose of describing when you totally nail something on the head, you pick it...
Easter Brunch: Fruity Baked Oatmeal Easter Brunch: Fruity Baked Oatmeal By Midnight in the Kitchen 04/09/12 12:00 Growing up Mom always had a special breakfast for each major holiday. Thanksgiving and Christmas got the family favorite: Fruited Coffeecake, a wonderful, yeasted, sweet bread recipe with raisins and candied cherries and nuts. Now, when we get together...
Presenting the Versatile Cream Cheese: Creamy Broccoli Soup & Pasta and Peas in Cream Sauce Presenting the Versatile Cream Cheese: Creamy Broccoli Soup & Pasta and Peas in Cream Sauce By Midnight in the Kitchen 04/02/12 12:00 Growing up in the Church of Christ, Lent was simply not on my radar. Eventually I had friends who were Catholic and they celebrated Lent by annually giving up something. Usually it was Coke, or ice cream, or something like that; but since Lent was never...
Vegetarians Eat More than Pasta & Fake Meat Vegetarians Eat More than Pasta & Fake Meat By Midnight in the Kitchen 03/26/12 12:00 File under “first world problem,” I suppose, but it can be difficult sometimes to find a filling meal option at many restaurants as a wheat-restricted vegetarian. Often, the only truly vegetarian option is a pasta of some sort, which is problematic if eating...
Greece’s Food Never Defaults: Spanakopita-Inspired Chicken Greece’s Food Never Defaults: Spanakopita-Inspired Chicken By Midnight in the Kitchen 03/19/12 11:00 With the news coming out of Greece for the past, oh, year or so, I decided to make a traditional Greek soup to break my weekly Lenten fast (more on this after Easter). But I knew I’d have
Fast Fruit Dip Fast Fruit Dip By Midnight in the Kitchen 03/12/12 11:00 An unexpected discovery, this fast and easy fruit dip has become something of a recurring character in my dessert rotation. Given, there is not chocolate involved, so its claim as a dessert is tenuous, but there is a sweetness to it that will sate a post-meal...
Sneaky Mommy Marinara Sauce Sneaky Mommy Marinara Sauce By Midnight in the Kitchen 02/27/12 12:00 Kiddo swears he doesn’t like carrots. I know better. He eats them all the time and he doesn’t even know it. Because I serve up a nutrient-dense, veggie-packed marinara sauce chock full of carrots. Shhh! Don’t tell him, just yet, that his pizza has a full...
Homemade Bar Food: Potato Skins Edition Homemade Bar Food: Potato Skins Edition By Midnight in the Kitchen 02/20/12 12:00 I <3 potato skins. No, seriously, ya’ll. I love potato skins. And then I discovered those jokers in the restaurants are frying my skins! Ugh. I decided to take things into my own hands. (Besides which, I only know one place near me that will serve me potato...
Salad Frenzy Salad Frenzy By Midnight in the Kitchen 02/13/12 12:00 It may be the middle of winter (who can tell with temps having been in the 50s), but I’ve been eating salad like a rabbit for a month, now. Due in large part to going wheat free, the canvas of a salad allows me to be creative and eat more healthfully. Mostly...
Tackling Tofu Tackling Tofu By Midnight in the Kitchen 01/30/12 12:00 Since two of the three people at my dinner table eat meat, it is not unusual for me to build the meal around the slab of dead flesh for their plate, choosing the grains and vegetables to accompany it. When that is the case, I often double up the veggies...
Stone Soup (aka Leftovers Transformed) Stone Soup (aka Leftovers Transformed) By Midnight in the Kitchen 01/23/12 12:00 A few days ago, I decided to make a favorite recipe from Joy of Cooking, Tuscan Beans, accompanied with rice and something, something. In poking around the interwebs, I found a Tuscan Bean and Rice soup that looked interesting. That is when I developed...
Easy Enchilada Dinner Easy Enchilada Dinner By Midnight in the Kitchen 01/16/12 12:00 What do you make for dinner when one person doesn’t eat meat, one person absolutely wants meat, one person can’t eat anything with nuts, and one person can’t eat anything with wheat? Mexican! Thank god for corn tortillas, beans and individual portions!...
When Food Becomes the Enemy When Food Becomes the Enemy By Midnight in the Kitchen 01/09/12 12:00 We’ve known for several years, now, about Kiddo’s nut allergy. And let me confirm that the discovery of that was a frightening process, beginning with an allergic reaction at home that scared the bejesus out of me. I am on year nine of being a vegetarian....
Breakfast for Dinner – Puffy Pancake Edition Breakfast for Dinner – Puffy Pancake Edition By Midnight in the Kitchen 10/11/11 12:00 Kiddo is a breakfast aficionado. I think the child would be happy to eat breakfast foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Come to think of it, there are days when he has done just that. The other day I had planned breakfast for dinner again, and was delighted...
Yeah, So This Happened – a Kitchen Fire Story Yeah, So This Happened – a Kitchen Fire Story By Midnight in the Kitchen 10/06/11 12:00 The day starts pretty well. Kiddo is cooperating and getting himself ready quickly, I’m showered, just need to flat iron my hair and throw on my clothes and I’m ready. Hubs will be back in about 30 minutes to pick us up so I can have the car to get to an...
Kentucky Proud Yields International Fare Kentucky Proud Yields International Fare By Midnight in the Kitchen 10/04/11 12:00 Continuing with bounty from the excursion to the farmers’ market, this particular evening’s meal consisted of German sausage from my Latina colleague who runs a Kentucky pork farm and a new variety of sweet potato. Also, some [...]
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Midnight in the Kitchen

a night owl cooks, bakes, simmers & stews to feed a vegetarian, a meat-a-tarian and a nut-allergic kid

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