Thanksgiving is almost here, can you believe it? I’m speaking for myself here, but please don’t worry about having a meat-like substitute for us vegetarians, or even a fancy designated entree.
The holidays are closing in on us fast, and my pants are already snug (mashed potatoes, I’m looking at you).
Exciting news! My cookbook, Love Real Food, is nominated for GoodReads’ Best Cookbook award! If you have a moment, could you please do me a big favor and go vote?
This post is sponsored by The Quaker Oats Company. Risotto with oats? I’d be skeptical if I were you, but let me tell you—I’m pleasantly surprised by how much I love this twist on risotto.
It’s about time I introduced you to my family’s mashed potato recipe! Meet the only mashed potatoes I ever want to eat.
Happy Sunday! I’m sharing these fluffy whole wheat pumpkin pancakes too late for breakfast this morning, but the recipe has actually been available here since 2010.
November already?! This month, we lost corn, cucumber and eggplant from our list (although I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re still growing somewhere).
Forget everything you’ve ever disliked about store-bought applesauce. Homemade applesauce is another animal.
This sauce came to be when I opened up my refrigerator and saw a jar of leftover pumpkin purée next to leftover diced tomatoes.
I see you rolling your eyes over there. “Kate, all eggplant Parmesans are Italian!” Let me clarify. In Italy, true eggplant Parmesan (Melanzane alla Parmigiana) is, apparently, breading-free.
Do I have your full attention? Excellent. These little treats are essentially grown-up, homemade Reese’s peanut butter cups.
I’m so excited about this paella recipe! I hope you are, too. Paella is a beautiful rice dish hailing from the east coast of Spain, near the port city of Valencia.
“But why would I make baba ganoush if I could just eat hummus?” Mara asked when we set out to make the ultimate baba ganoush recipe.
Raise your hand if you have some random vegetables going south in your kitchen. I’m raising my hand high over here.
It’s a crazy time to be alive, isn’t it? So much is happening that I can hardly wrap my head around. Sometimes I worry that I’m being negligent by not mentioning major world events here, let alone personal events.
This post is sponsored by Frontier Co-op. Are you familiar with dal makhani? It’s a rich, spiced, lentil-based stew made for special occasions in India (especially in the Punjab region in northern India).
A few weeks ago, I tasted some intriguing hummus at one of my favorite vegetarian restaurants, Eden Alley.
Some big news—I’ve started adding nutrition information to my recipes here, based on popular demand. It’s been a giant project and my former assistant, Meaghan, was instrumental in making it happen.
It’s been unseasonably warm here in Kansas City. As much as I want to dust off my boots, I’ve decided to embrace the warmer weather and milk it for all it’s worth.
This post is sponsored by The Quaker Oats Company. Apple season is here! I’m usually so sad to see summer (and its glorious produce) go, but I’m actually looking forward to slowing down this fall.