Panzanella is a classic summer salad that requires little effort and zero cooking. It’s easy, delicious and can be served as a complete meal, especially on an exceptionally heat-ridden day as we have here, today.
This particular version has a twist, though. Since we’re about a week or two shy [...]
If you’re a bit further south than we are, I’m sure you’ll be overrun with tomatoes and zucchini soon if not already. We’re still greeted by occasional sixty degree days and even cooler nights, so while my tomatoes were scavenged at the farmer’s market, my little diva of a basil plant happily provided.
I use flavored oils in everything when I have them on hand. I find myself rarely digging through the spice cabinet and instead reaching for my trusty flavored oil of the moment, whatever that might be.
It varies almost every time I make it, depending on what I want to use [...]
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.
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).
It is the most beloved, the most requested, the most downloaded and the most adored recipe on Kate from Scratch. This recipe exploded all over the internet when it was first published; shared and linked and highlighted and commented upon regularly for over a year. I got emails saying how “wicked good” [...]
Apparently my little rant has gotten quite a bit of attention on twitter from the food blog community who generally feels the same way (or has at one point) about things.
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Let’s eat brunch. You can bring the bacon [...]
Note: It’s raining and cold here this Memorial Day weekend but I hear it should be nice by Monday (woohoo!). Save the grilling for then and try this simple and easy recipe for rice pudding tonight. It’s the only one I’ve ever used because there’s no sense in messing with perfection, obviously.
“Mommy, can we please make dinosaur cookies now and not tomorrow?” he asked with a big grin.
Looking at the grey sky and realizing I was out of distractions, I obliged.
This is Max; our little ball of perpetual exuberance and wonder who turned three a few [...]
‘Tis the season to be jolly, right? So, why then is everyone always stressed out about money and scheduling and wrapping and everything else that goes into seasonal bliss? Or, is it just me? I’ve been gone for the last week, unpacking decorations, budgeting, planning and pretty much anxiously awaiting the [...]