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I can’t help it, I love a deviled egg! I associate them with spring and Easter, but have been known to make them throughout the year because they are just so tasty. This is my go-to recipe. So if you are still wondering what you’ll...
Calling all bakers! It’s time to lasso your latest recipes and mosey on down to The Kitchen Chick to register for the third annual Texas Independence Day Cake Showdown! The showdown will take place on Saturday, March 14, 2015 at the Galveston...
Have you settled into 2015 yet? You know, have you slipped up and written 2014 on any checks lately? Yes, I still write checks people! Or mistakenly told someone how old you’ll be only to realize that number belonged to last year’s...
Posted by Kitchen Chick on Apr 22, 2015 in Blog | 2 comments
Word of Mouth Wednesday: How Horseradish Got its Name! The most widely held theory of how horseradish was named stems from its popularity in central Europe. In German, it’s called “meerrettich” (sea radish) because it grows by the sea. Many believe the English mispronounced the German word “meer” and began calling it “mareradish.” Eventually it became known as horseradish. The word “horse” (as...
Posted by Kitchen Chick on Apr 15, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments
Basically, stocks and broths are prepared the same way: vegetables, meat and bone simmer on the stove for hours so that as much flavor as possible is extracted (and the house smells heavenly!). That’s when we come to a fork in the road. For stocks, the process ends there: they stay as neutral as Switzerland. Broths, on the other hand, are seasoned. Salt, sometimes black pepper, maybe a...
Posted by Kitchen Chick on Mar 9, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments
I like to let them rot. Just sitting there on the countertop. Till they look outrageously dark. Drives my husband bonkers crazy. Or for lack of a better word: bananas. Like most people, I love a ripe banana. Sliced over cereal like my dad used to make for me. Topping a waffle. Drowning in ice cream and hot fudge sauce. A snack I can eat as I lock the front door of my house and turn the ignition...