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my two loves . . .

Hello! My name is Kathryn - a Georgia girl and bona fide bread lover. Well, that is until I met and fell in love with Justin. Let's be real, I still LOVE bread and all things gluten-ful, but have given up that life for a gluten-free one - because now, I am a gluten-free lover.

I have always loved food. Cooking it, eating it, discussing it. I hope you'll try some of the recipes I've posted and you'll see - gluten-free cooking is accessible and delicious!

Author Archives: Kathryn

Sides & Salads

I hate that it’s been so long since my last post, but a lot has been happening in the last 2 months. Work was absolutely CRAZY during July (I got promoted. Again!). I hosted a family Sunday supper for my dad’s birthday. J and I got engaged!!! We threw a “backyard party” last weekend after […]

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Introductions are in order…

I made some slight alterations to SarahKate’s recipe. I don’t have a wok and I have an electric stove (bummer, I know) and I’ve read that a flat bottom skillet does better with an electric stove than a wok because of the heat distribution. (I would give anything for a gas stove, but that’ll have […]

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Fiesta! Chicken and Rice.

J and I love Mexican food. I mean – seriously LOVE Mexican food. Especially tortilla chips and queso….mmmmmm…J makes a mean queso dip. Anyway – (to save money) I’ve started cooking more Mexican meals at home. And not just your typical tacos (another of J’s specialties), nachos, and quesadillas. I’ve been experimenting with more traditional, […]

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Meat & Potatoes

I’ve got two meals to share with you. As you may have guessed, they both include meat and potatoes. Both are fairly simple and include components that either make great leftovers or use up leftovers. The first I’ll talk about is the grilled NY Strip steak we had with easy mashed potatoes and even easier […]

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Oven Fried Chicken

This recipe is still “in the works” but I wanted to share it with you anyway. About six months ago, I mentioned that I’m working on a cookbook. While that’s still true, now that I have a full time job, it’s taking me a lot longer than I expected. One of the recipes I plan […]

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Barbecue

I have several recipes I want to share including one BBQ staple in particular; potato salad. I have finally come up with a potato salad recipe that I simply adore. Mustard Potato Salad has always been my favorite and I finally came up with the perfect recipe! There is not a picture of the Barbecue […]

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Hamburger Mania

Since summer is just around the corner, I’ve been experimenting with hamburger recipes and I think it’s going well! The first recipe I tried was ground beef mixed with diced onions, Worcestershire sauce, egg, bread crumbs, etc. It reminded me of meatloaf. Don’t get me wrong, I like meatloaf, but not when I want a […]

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Indonesian Ginger Chicken

My love for the Barefoot Contessa is no secret. Her recipes are thoughtful and flavorful and her style of entertaining, elegant. She inspires me on a daily basis. I am thrilled, then, to tell you that I have discovered one of her most delightful yet overlooked recipes. Indonesian Ginger Chicken. It is so simple, you […]

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Deliziosa Cucina Italiana

Let’s talk Italian, y’all! I have a new recipe, a Rachael Ray inspired classic, and a work in progress that I want to discuss. A little back story: Before I met J, I was a bona fide gluten lover. Any kind of bread or pasta – if it had a crunchy breaded crust, I was […]

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Chicken with Forty Cloves of Garlic

Behold, the most magnificent chicken dish ever. The recipe is Ina Garten’s and I believe it to be the best meal I’ve ever cooked – well, so far. There are quite a few steps but they are all relatively easy and you only use one pot, so the clean up is minimal. I was even […]

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