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Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to my Canadian family and the many Canadian readers and visitors who pop into Kitchen Parade and A Veggie Venture for Thanksgiving recipes! May your long weekend be filled with "good times" and "good food"! If I could bring everyone a dish of the World's Best Green Bean Casserole, I would, I really would! But for anyone still on the hunt for recipes, two places to visit: The famous collection of Favorite Recipes for Thanksgiving's Favorite Vegetables at A Veggie Venture

An eleven-year collection of Thanksgiving recipes at Kitchen Parade

For those who don't eat meat, ideas for Thanksgiving Vegetarian EntrĂ©es(Oh! I'm suddenly tempted to cook a turkey this weekend!) But when it's all over and you're wondering how to use up the last of the turkey, think "soup" – in fact, think "healthy soup"! Turkey Sweet Potato Soup is one of my oldest recipes, a healthy colorful soup made with sweet potatoes and leftover …

I Heart Food Blogs

Actually, no, that's not right. It's not that I Heart Food Blogs, it's that ... Recipes from my favorite food blogs, mostly recipes, mostly real food, mostly family meals. The list updates automatically, new recipes from long-time favorite food blogs, even the new food blogs I fall in love with. Yes, it's always fresh, it's always in season!



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A Give-Away for Mother's Day

To celebrate Mother's Day, a special give-away just for the readers of Kitchen Parade. SWEET DEALS on
ARTISANAL OLIVE OIL & VINEGAR
from O OLIVE OIL FOR PURCHASES, A 15 PERCENT DISCOUNT Between now and Mother's Day on Sunday, May 9, 2010, use the discount coupon code "mother" when purchasing goods at O Olive Oil.(Would you like to know more about how good vinegars are made with a 'mother'? It's quite a story! Read it and get the recipe for a summer Sweet Potato Salad too.) A GIVE-AWAY JUST for READERS of KITCHEN PARADE TWO-BOTTLE NATURAL GIFT BOXES One winner per fifty comments, limit 4. Winners choose which pair of olive oil and vinegar combinations will be sent. I'm especially fond of the champagne vinegar and Meyer lemon olive oil, also the sherry vinegar and Tahitian lime olive oil. But they're all good, let your senses guide! I'm not the only one who loves O Olive Oil, so does O Magazine, Saveur, Bon Appetit, Cook's Illustrated an…

Technology Updates for KitchenParade.com

Dear Kitchen Parade Readers & Visitors,UPDATESUPDATE 11:00am Wednesday 4/21 I just now realized that some links are not working properly. For example, if you start on the Recipe Box page and click Mother's Day, you will reach not the Mother's Day recipes but instead the main holiday page, necessitating an extra click to get to Mother's Day. I'm checking to see if there is an automated way to re-instate these links but it's likely to require manual updates, page by page, link by link. FINAL UPDATE 6:00am Monday 4/19 So, yes, "we got it!" I've been testing multiple browsers all weekend long, all things look normal. The one exception is that I'm getting 'some' (but not all) reports that the Internet Explorer 6 browser is displaying pages without the proper formatting. I've checked stats, a small percentage of Kitchen Parade readers use this version of Internet Explorer which was released back in 2001. My site has always been quirky wi…

Recipe for Fresh Jellied Cranberry Sauce with Apple

Recipe for jellied cranberry sauce made with fresh cranberries and softly gelled with the natural pectin in apples. A perfect recipe substitute for cylinders of canned cranberry sauce all jiggly-wobbly with high-fructose corn syrup. Quick and easy and nothing – nothing – like canned cranberry sauce. No gelatin so naturally vegan. The sad news that the pages of Gourmet shall go blank this month hit hard, like the loss of a family elder who seemed ready to live forever.Looking back, it was Gourmet’s 1986 or 1987 Thanksgiving issue that first revealed to me the concept of simple food cooked well, and in season, that expresses the food sensibility I call my own today. Who needs a can of mushroom soup when it’s so easy to slice mushrooms for Homemade Mushroom Soup? Who wants a fridgeful of salad dressing when it’s so fast to mix a quick vinaigrette right in the salad bowl?Twelve boxes (one for each month) of back issues are testament to a long affair with food magazines, Gourmet and its sur…

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Win an HP Photosmart All-in-One Wireless Printer

Just a few more days left in the special giveaway offer for the readers of Kitchen Parade and A Veggie Venture. This isn't one of those contests where the odds of winning something worth $10 is 1:million. Entering is easy! Win an HP Photosmart All-in-One Printer
A Special Offer Just for Readers of
Kitchen Parade & A Veggie Venture Between now and April 27, 2009, BlogHer and HP are sponsoring a contest where an HP printer will be given away, ONLY to the readers of Kitchen Parade and A Veggie Venture.Okay, well, anyone can enter the contest but I'm only telling my own readers about it. But what this means is, the odds of winning are very very high! All it takes is leaving a comment that finishes this sentence, "A wireless color all-in-one photo printer will make my life better by ... ". I've been so touched by the many poignant reasons people say that a wireless printer would improve their lives. What's yours? ~ Leave your own comment here - to win an HP Phot…

Considering Convenience:
My Favorite Kitchen Tools

Last night I had supper atop a glade in the middle of the Missouri Ozarks. The October evening was unseasonably warm, the sun hanging low above the surrounding oaks and cedars, the dog splashing in the creek at the bottom of the hollow. (That’d be the ‘holler’ if I lived in Mizz-ur-ra, not Mizz-ur-ee.) Over a small Indian fire, we cooked buffalo steaks, toasted whole-grain rolls, and roasted apples, all speared onto V-necked dogwood shoots and balanced over the embers by a heat-reflecting stone. Twas some feast.Twas some feast, yes, but one of considerable incongruity too, given that the buffalo and the rolls came from Whole Foods – but then were cooked entirely without benefit of modern convenience save a sharp knife and stick matches.It just goes to show, technology isn’t a necessity, it’s a convenience – which isn’t to say that we all don’t rely on these conveniences, that they don’t make our lives easier, even better.Here are ten conveniences that make my life in the kitchen better…

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On the Cusp

So here we are, on the cusp of summer and fall, one foot still entrenched in heat and humidity, the other lifted to step onto the Labor Day weekend bridge. (Is it three o'clock yet?)Here's a few recipe ideas from the Kitchen Parade archives, ones that to me, seem perfect for the cusp, the bridge.See you on the other side.
Late Summer Recipes(click a photo for a recipe) Explore all the best recipes for summer but these three are so good, you'll make them again and again, all year round.This column features easy Italian appetizers, pictured is a simple olive paste that looks so impressive spread on rounds of bread with a bit of cheese and pimento.Maple Glazed Salmon has been Kitchen Parade's #1 recipe all summer long. Have you tried it yet?Vichyssoise may be hard to spell and pronounce but the simple potato and leek soup is dead-easy to make.
Early Fall Recipes(click a photo for a recipe) Ratatouille may be 2007's summer's hit movie but it's a long-time favorite …