Like most girls who binge-watched Gossip Girl during their summer vacation and then made a point of visiting 864 Madison Avenue, I treasure the delicate, pastel cookies that can make a girl feel chic and Parisian even if she isn’t dressed in head-to-toe Chanel. I had tried making macarons once or twice and while they… Continue reading Saying Bonjour to Sur La Table’s Cooking Class
-If no one ever told you that second semester of your senior year in college was hectic/emotional/crazy/tiring/silly/stressful, then let me be your gal. IT IS. Hence why I haven’t posted a blog since February (oops). I’ve tried to stay active on Instagram (@kellyinthekitchenblog) and in the meantime have made some great connections with other local… Continue reading I’m Back!
There are few days where I’m not craving Chipotle. It fulfills many of my everyday food desires- something filling, something warm, something with tons of different flavors, something that is pretty easy and un-intimidating, something quick, something with vegetables! I apologize for the lack of photos of the finished product- there was a LOT of… Continue reading DIY Chipotle-style Burrito Bowls
When I first learned about zoodles (zucchini noodles aka vegetable noodles aka fake pasta), I was VERY hesitant. I could get behind them as a side dish or vegetable replacement but absolutely not as a healthy replacement for penne, fettuccine, or any sort of yummy essential carbohydrate. I was horrified when my roommates wanted to… Continue reading Maple Salmon and Butternut Squash Noodles
I was not an oatmeal person until very recently. First of all, nothing could compare to the dinosaur oatmeal that was consumed by every child in America in 1999. I also was not a fan of eating plain with just steamed milk, which is how my dad eats it almost every morning (and loves it)!… Continue reading Apple and Banana Oatmeal
For me, there is no better activity for a snow day than baking cookies. After spending about five hours in the library working on my thesis, I was ready to head back to my townhouse and bake! Since Valentine’s Day is approaching, I had been saving red velvet recipes on my Pinterest board for a couple… Continue reading Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies
Sunday was my first day back at Trinity after winter break and even though I’ve been procrastinating my thesis for far too long, I figured another day of putting it off couldn’t really hurt. Is there really a better way to procrastinate than to bake cookies? This was the first night in months where all… Continue reading Sunday Fun(fetti)Day