Posts

Showing posts from September, 2015

Recipe Highlight: Roasted Roma Tomato Dip

Over the weekend, I slow-roasted a whole tray of Roma tomatoes from the garden. Last year, one fan last year called Roasted Roma Tomatoes "tomato candy"!And then? I mixed a quick Roasted Roma Tomato Dip, just one way to use the roasted tomatoes. So good! Here's how to roast Roma tomatoes, Roasted Roma Tomatoes, including the Roasted Roma Tomato Dip.
ABOUT THIS "RECIPE HIGHLIGHT" This is the first of a very occasional series of posts that highlights an adaptation of a Kitchen Parade recipe from years past. I love re-using and re-purposing my favorite recipes in new ways. I hope you do too! FYI I've closed the comments on this page but would love to hear from you on the original page. Please do chime in there, at Roasted Roma Tomatoes.



© Copyright 2015 Kitchen Parade



One Quick Tip: How to Freeze Stock in Glass Canning Jars

Okay so you've finally made chicken stock. It was no big deal, right? But then what?! How do you store chicken stock for using later? Just strain your chicken stock into glass canning jars and freeze the jars. Yep, you read that right. Freeze chicken stock in glass jars! I've been doing it for two, maybe three years. It really works. And naturally, the same technique also works for vegetable stock, beef stock, shrimp stock and any other kind of stock you can make! This is the latest in an occasional series of posts I call "One Quick Tip" ... because, well, each one will include a single quick tip, quick to absorb, easy to adopt, memorable to use. Do you have One Quick Tip you'd like to share? Leave a comment or send me a quick e-mail via recipes@kitchen-parade.com. This time, I'd love to hear how you made a kitchen change for both convenience and sustainability. Old or new, big or small, I'd love to know what's useful in your own kitchen! ONCE UPON A TI…

Easy Green Chile Chicken Enchiladas

The Recipe: Is anyone else c-r-a-z-y for green chile everything? Me too! Here's a quick-quick way to get a green chile fix without spending hours in the kitchen. Just start with shredded rotisserie chicken wrapped in tortillas with green chiles, then add a gorgeous creamy green chile sauce. You won't believe how two ingredients can add up to so much flavor! It's like 1 + 1 = a total 10 on the taste scale! Enjoy, all, this is a keeper! This recipe is so quick and easy
that I'm adding it to a special collection of easy summer recipes
published every summer since 2009.
Watch for new "summer easy" recipes all summer long.
With a free e-mail subscription, you'll never miss a one!
We've been eating extra-healthy all summer. Here that means lean meat and vegetables most nights, salad suppers often and most importantly, very occasional sweets and treats.But we have no "diet deprivation". Honestly, eating light and healthy feels good, it's sum…

Ten Things I Love About Our New Kitchen

Two years ago, we remodeled the kitchen. The surprising thing? Three things we love most about our new kitchen are indeed big and brand-new. But the other seven? They are simple things and just might offer an idea or two for easy additions to your own kitchen, no remodeling budget, no construction dust required.Please know, this is not an impulsive review. When we first moved into the new kitchen, I was of course sooo excited! But I waited to write about it, allowing time and experience to shape the story, to completely understand what works and what doesn't work, what was worth investing in and what wasn't, letting the excitement of the moment pass and the reality of cooking in and cleaning up the new kitchen to take hold.In case there's any question? We do love the new kitchen! I hope that our decisions and real-life cooking experiences there might be useful for others too. Objective-Driven Decisions
Up front, we took time to seriously consider the real reasons we should …