Monthly Archives: September 2011

Sara Foster’s Southern Kitchen: Deviled Ham Salad and Pimento Cheese

These were both so very good, I honestly don’t know which one I liked better.  Miss Sara says that pimento cheese is a “Southern classic” and that Southerners are “passionate” about it.  You should believe her because I’m beginning to understand … Continue reading

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Sara Foster’s Southern Kitchen: Summer Corn Cakes with Chopped Tomato and Avocado Salad

The last time my sister (the soon-to-be-famous writer) was in town we ate at a wonderful place called Tweet and I knew she had out-ordered me when I tasted her arepas.  They were heavenly corn pancakes served with salsa, black beans, … Continue reading

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Come See Me in Person – I’m Real!

You might have thought Kate Cooks the Books was just a clever algorithm and a Heidi Klum-replica robot created by a team of MIT students and run out of an off-shore media lab in the Caspian Sea.  Or maybe you thought that … Continue reading

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Chicken Fajitas

This has been a favorite of ours for a long time.  The brilliant thing about the recipe is that it understands that chicken breasts are about as exciting as a Steven Raichlen marathon and one needs a pretty creative trick to … Continue reading

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Sara Foster’s Southern Kitchen: Summer Squash Casserole

This recipe does not need me to sing its praises.  It’s got cheese, bacon, eggs, mayonnaise and breadcrumbs to do that.  Yes, it’s as good as it sounds.  You will want to be alone with it in a dim room … Continue reading

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