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Shrimp and Grits – Amazing!!

February 20, 2010 by  

Shrimp and Grits – Amazing!!

From the Kitchen of: Kat Took pieces of 2 different recipes: – from Lisa W. and Carrie P., and made my own semi-copy-Kat It’s delish… and I included pics (below) from when I made it last night (for 3rd time)! Grits: 1 C. Quaker Quick Grits (Editor’s Note: I couldn’t find any last night, and […]

Mole Chili – Fabulous! Has cocoa and cinnamon in it… You’ll LOVE it!

January 31, 2010 by  

Mole Chili – Fabulous! Has cocoa and cinnamon in it… You’ll LOVE it!

This is a Slow Cooker Recipe From: Kat’s Kitchen Talk about a diamond in the ruff…. this Chili is the BEST I’ve ever had. It has a smidge of cinnamon and unsweetened cocoa in it (that you can NOT taste), but it makes it soo smooth, it’s not even funny. The flavor is out of […]

Carolina Pulled Pork – Delicious!

January 30, 2010 by  

Carolina Pulled Pork – Delicious!

This is a recipe from the Rival Crockpot Cookbook; one my best friends, Kristi D., shared it with me. You’ll knock this one out of the park. Can’t go wrong with it!  I served it for lunch before one of my child’s Christenings. Perfect during the week, or for guests on a weekend. Serve with […]

Chicken & Dumplings – Unbelievable!

January 1, 2010 by  

Chicken & Dumplings – Unbelievable!

Recipe: Chicken & Dumplings From: Kat’s Kitchen, c/o Semi-Homemade with Sandra Lee This meal is OUT OF THIS WORLD! It’s super easy… people will be floored at how good it is! The most time consuming part is pulling the chix off of the bones; but so well worth and it’s delish! I’ve made it for […]

Roasted Tomato Caprese Salad

December 31, 2009 by  

Roasted Tomato Caprese Salad

My Mom, lovingly referred to as “The Nan” by so many of my family and friends, recommended this recipe to me, and absolutely loves it!  It’s from the Back to Basics Recipe Book from Barefoot Contessa, and can also be found on The Food Network site. Ingredients 12 plum tomatoes, halved lengthwise, seeds (not cores) […]

Chicken Artichoke Calzones

December 25, 2009 by  

This was taken from MoreThyme.com. As you can see, I added more garlic, as well as shredded Parm/Italian blend cheese. Definitely glad I did. Enjoy! I served this as a main entree, but could possibly be made into smaller portions and served as an appetizer.

Fire-Roasted Crab Shooters

December 21, 2009 by  

Fire-Roasted Crab Shooters

This is taken from the Betty Crocker Website; when I first posted this, I had not made it yet — which was sort of a “no no”, as I really only want the “tried and true” recipes on Today’s Cliche. However, I decided to make it for Christmas Eve… and bring it over (in a […]

Minestrone Soup

December 17, 2009 by  

From: Kat’s Kitchen I’ve picked up these ingredients at the grocery store at 7 pm, and had it on the table at 7:20 pm… no joke. Kids and adults LOVE IT!! 1 quart low-sodium Chix. Broth 1 package of frosen “Garlic Pasta with Vegetable” (Made my GREEN GIANT) 1 can (15.5 oz) kidney beans (drained) […]

Ham and Potato (and Cheese) Casserole – Delish!

December 5, 2009 by  

From Kat’s Kitchen Care of Sandra Lee This is so yummy. I’m a sucker for Sandra Lee, and I came across it in her new Magazine “Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade” — that’s a shocker. I made a BIG mistake the 1st time I made it. It was for the in-laws, and I was rushing (another shocker), […]

Soulful Turkey Noodle Soup, thanks to Thanksgiving leftovers!

December 1, 2009 by  

Soulful Turkey Noodle Soup, thanks to Thanksgiving Leftovers ! From the Kitchen of: Kat & Dave Fotheringham America’s Hottest Culinary Couple To Start: Left-over cooked carcass from a turkey or chicken** — (typically anywhere from a 9 lbs. to 20 lbs. bird) 5 qts. water (20 cups) 2 stalks of chopped celery, including leaves if […]

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