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Comment Archives: Stories: Food & Drink: Kitchen Witch

Re: “Cauliflower power

Yum. Just tried the recipe at home. I think it was great but having had the original at La Medusa I think the missing piece was a little parm. Tip: use golden raisins.

Posted by jetset on 03/12/2012 at 12:26 AM

Re: “Hey, chick: Take it all off!

Yum! Tried this recipe today. The chicken was moist (much of it fell off the bone) and the spicy rub was such a delight and complement to the sometimes mundane chicken. Even my children (ages 10, 7, 3, and 2) gobbled it down. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Posted by homeschoolin' mamma on 10/26/2010 at 5:28 PM

Re: “Gluten-free pizza for all!

please check out the gluten free friendly restaurant list for Atlanta here

there is a gluten free blog written by an Atlanta resident with Celiac who eats out often and gives great ideas for gluten free products to buy around town

Posted by Anonymous on 08/07/2008 at 2:35 PM

Re: “Gluten-free pizza for all!

Thanks so much for this article! I was diagnosed with celiac disease a few months ago. Before then I ate out at least 5 times a week, but now I have a mortal fear of restaurants. I have had a few good experiences but mostly I end up panicking the servers (creating a small scene) and still getting sick at least 1/3 of the time. It's awful, and the only way out is to spread the word - through more articles like yours - so thanks!

Posted by Anonymous on 04/01/2008 at 4:14 PM

Re: “Winter wonderland fare

I smiled reading this. I need to turn on the tube and catch a few of the shows that I have eagerly awaited and watched for years.

Posted by Julie on 12/14/2007 at 10:41 AM

Re: “Chocolate Guinness cake

Wow What a great cake, easy to make and taste great!!!

Posted by rob on 10/31/2007 at 11:55 PM

Re: “Squash me all fall long

I have been making this soup for two years now. Thanks, Kitchen Witch!

Posted by Rachael on 10/15/2007 at 11:33 AM

Re: “Summer's last stew

500 degrees? Are you sure about that one? Also, this sounds like a recipe for roasted eggplant. What do you do with everything else? Did the person who wrote this page forget about everything else involved in the recipe?

Posted by Ray on 10/04/2007 at 10:29 AM

Re: “Chocolate Guinness cake

I love beer and I love cake but was under the impression that I wasn't to mix the two. I made this last week, it was WONDERFUL. Thanks!

Posted by abby on 09/19/2007 at 4:47 PM

Re: “Build Your Own Ritz

Have I missed something? Now I have the dough, but what next? Do I roll into a log, slice, and bake? What temperature and how long?

Posted by Laura on 08/23/2007 at 3:38 PM

Re: “Superbowl chaat


Posted by Games on 06/26/2007 at 9:09 PM

Re: “Lemon Cupcakes With Milk Chocolate Frosting

I too was glad to see that you mentioned Isa Chandra's book, but why wouldn't you then include a vegan cupcake recipe? Should cupcakes with the potential to save the world and create world peace be peaceful themselves, instead of including products that were taken from cows and chickens that probably lived horrible lives and will be slaughtered when their usefullness is over? One thing that convinced me it was time to go vegan was the fact that when it comes to eggs, baby male chickens who hatch and are not usefull are just killed or thrown in a trash can to die. With milk, baby male cows are usually taken for veal. That's not peaceful or revolutionary. I think the only revolutionary cupcake is a cruelty-free one. Have you tried on of her cupcakes? They are amazing, you won't miss the conventional ones.

Posted by Jeani on 05/31/2007 at 12:13 PM

Re: “Lemon Cupcakes With Milk Chocolate Frosting

Thanks for mentioning the Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World. If you are praising a vegan cookbook and you desire a more tender place, wouldn't it make more sense to have included a vegan recipe?

Posted by Jay on 05/31/2007 at 8:41 AM

Re: “Southern fish fry

My neighbor, a good friend, received a turkey fryer for his birthday a few years ago. Damn thing is *much* better for a fish fry. Your breading would be great, but whole tilapia do just fine with no breading at all, just plenty of hot sauce and some good sides. And beer.

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Posted by Tim on 05/09/2007 at 8:19 PM

Re: “Cauliflower power

This was good, and I say that only every having made one failed attempt to cook cauliflower before. I held back a little on the anchovies, worried they'd be overpowering, but they weren't at all. Next time I'll add the full 4. I also added about 7 chopped green and black olives, which were good but I'd also add a few more. Be careful with the liquid, I though I needed to add more, but added too much and cooked it a lot longer to have some of it evaporate off. Still very good. I'd say breadcrumbs are optional, I didn't get much out of them.

Posted by Hannah on 04/11/2007 at 12:33 PM

Re: “Enlightened Chocolate Chips

What is the difference between granulated and castor sugar? can I use fine castor sugar, the one normally used in making cakes for this receipe?

Posted by azlina on 02/20/2007 at 9:37 PM

Re: “Enlightened Chocolate Chips

What branc or kind of baking soda do I use for this receipe?

Posted by veronica perez on 02/20/2007 at 5:53 PM

Re: “Cheap riches

I purchased a ready-made meal in a bag, with black beans, shrimp and rice, and it was delicious.

Posted by lenar114 on 02/19/2007 at 8:55 PM

Re: “Cheap riches

most of the time I use instant minute rice. Are you using rice from a bag? My rice from a bag does not seem to turn out too well--too starchy. any suggestions?

Posted by lenar114 on 02/19/2007 at 8:53 PM

Re: “Cheap riches

I enjoy black beans from a can. I always rinse beans before using. Any more suggestions for serving with salsa etc.?

Posted by lenar on 02/19/2007 at 8:49 PM

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