Why should summer have all the fun? There are many perfectly wonderful vegetables in spring that can be combined to make a beautiful rendition of ratatouille. This is one of those dishes where you go to the farmers’ market and you just look around to see what your ingredients will [...]
This is one of the most delicious vegetarian pasta dishes that I’ve ever eaten and that is saying a lot considering that all variations of pasta are a staple in our weeknight dinner rotation. This even rivals one of my all-time favorites, pasta peperonata, which I never thought possible. Spinoccoli is just spinach and broccoli, [...]
As I lay quietly in the darkness, I hear echoed yelling in the distance. I search my mind to find something. What I’m looking for, exactly, I’m not sure, but in my restless wandering I only know that I need to find it. I am cheerfully summoned from my epic quest [...]
It’s that time of year again! World Autism Awareness Day is today. And, yes, while I am traditionally a recipe maker, photo taker, accidental mess maker and avid cupcake eater, this is one annual mainstay that I won’t deter from, here at Kate from Scratch. We’re shining a light on autism all month long.
Somebody needs to make some rules for April Fools’ Day.
Mom, wake up! We’re super late! …April Fools!
Mom I just remembered my book report is due today! …April Fools!
Mom, Max scribbled all over my homework! …April Fools!
We have had so many snow days this year that today is both the first and last day of our supposed “spring break”. And, after a beautifully sunny near-sixty-degree weekend, this morning it was a lowly 26 degrees. I went from biking sixty miles and cleaning out my closet with [...]
Across the country, thousands of schools, libraries, and community centers participate in fostering a love of reading by celebrating the birthday of Dr. Seuss. My son’s school is celebrating all week long with fun activities and asked parents to get involved. Being a fan of reading and especially Dr. Seuss, we decided to [...]
We’re getting another ten inches of snow this weekend, however, it is technically almost spring. And if you have even the slightest bit of luck, you might start to feel the weather warm up in the next couple of weeks (or months. But I’m optimistic, so just roll with it).
This wake up wrap has over fifteen grams of protein and no limit on flavor. The whole grain wrap is packed with baked sunny side up eggs (or egg whites if you prefer), roasted red and green bell peppers, sweet roasted red onions sliced to perfection and cauliflower florets doused in salt, [...]
If you haven’t discovered the phenomenon of salted chocolate on your own, allow me to guide you for a moment through the logic behind it.
Do you love peanut butter with chocolate? Do you love pretzels with chocolate? Do you love salted caramel smothered in chocolate?
Of course you do!