Kate's Cuisine

Mar 14 2017

Archive for the 'Vegetables' Category

Kale Chips II

Kale chips

I’ve made kale chips before and to be honest, I wasn’t too thrilled with them. I put them in the oven, toasted and salted them, and out came these little wisps that were no longer green. And they didn’t taste very good either. But, I come armed today with a new recipe for kale chips – the […]

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Prosciutto-Wrapped Asparagus

prosciutto-wrapped-asparagus

I love wrapping things in prosciutto, and when it comes to asparagus, there’s more than one way to do it. Well actually, there’s only one way to wrap prosciutto around asparagus. It’s your basic “drop it on and roll it up” technique, but there’s more than one way to enjoy prosciutto-wrapped asparagus. You can leave both the asparagus and prosciutto raw, you […]

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Harvard Beets

harvard-beets

Harvard beets are a funny thing. They’re kind of like pickled beets, but instead of being simmered in a pickling liquid and served cold, they’re quickly run through a warm gastrique and served hot. I spent some time trying to find out why these particular beets are known as Harvard beets, but my search was in vain. I still […]

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Bruschetta Stuffed Peppers

bruschetta-stuffed-peppers

Peppers were on sale at the grocery store the other day. A huge bag of about 8 or 9 peppers sat right beside a bag of about 3 or 4. While reaching for the smaller bag, a produce worker saw me and suggested I opt for the bigger bag – it’s a great deal after […]

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Fire Roasted Tomatoes

fire-roasted-tomatoes

Tomatoes are one of my favourite foods. Whether you give them to me as a sauce, an appetizer, or just in a bowl, I’ll gladly eat them all. Roasting tomatoes over fire makes them even sweeter and juicier, and gives them a hint of smokiness that is perfect in the middle of summertime, or any time. […]

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Korean Bean Sprout Salad

Korean Bean Sprout Salad

I have a bean sprout problem. Or rather, I used to have a bean sprout problem. I don’t think any stir-fry is complete without the addition of a couple handfuls. But once that’s done, I’m left with an entire bag of bean sprouts that I don’t know what to do with, and that will turn bad in just a couple of days. […]

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Creamy Parsnip Puree

Parsnip Puree

Purees are very simple. So simple in fact, that they can often look like baby food. But one whiff of them while they’re cooking or one small taste will quickly tell you that purees are full of flavour. And not only can they be a nice garnish on the plate, they can also be a nice […]

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