Kate's Cuisine

Mar 14 2017

Archive for the 'Vegetarian Dishes' 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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Pimento and Pineapple Cheese Spread


I have been waiting and waiting to tell you all about this recipe. It’s something I served waaaay back on Christmas Day, as part of the spread I put out for people to munch on while they were waiting for dinner. The spread is divine, but the story behind it is even better. It’s a recipe […]

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Twisty Roasted Garlic Breadsticks


We make pizza a lot over here and last time, I had a whole other batch of pizza dough left over. Feeling ambitious, I decided to whip up some breadsticks to serve alongside the pizza. As I was rolling them out, I had a vision. I’ve made “twisty breadsticks” before, but found that the dough didn’t quite […]

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Deep Fried Pickles


For me, this recipe demonstrated exactly why you should never say you don’t like something until you try it. Now don’t get me wrong. I have always loved deep fried pickles. I mean, what’s not to love about a crispy coating that covers that tart and crunchy pickle inside? But, I have always been adamant in saying that deep fried […]

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Goat Cheese Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes


These delicious little stuffed tomato nuggets were whipped up as a quick appetizer on an episode of Dinner Party Wars, a show that’s was aired on the Food Network until recently. Shocked that the hosts didn’t have anything for their guests to nibble on as soon as they walked through the door, Chef Corbin suggested that they […]

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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


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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