Category Archives: Recipe Ideas
We are so excited to be re-opening. A few notes to consider: Our classes will be limited to 8 people. Please bring your own apron or you can use one of our disposable aprons. We will be eating on our porch, or you are able to take your meal home. We will be using disposableContinue reading “Re-opening schedule”
It may sound crazy, but I love when garlic scapes are in season. They are not around for long, but yet, I want to use them all year. Here is my solution…garlic scape butter. I take about two large handfuls of garlic scapes, cut off any dry ends, and chop into 2-inch pieces. Put theContinue reading “Garlic Scapes”
Big Game Ready!
“We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.” Just because the title of the class is “Game Day” doesn’t mean that the recipes we make during the class won’t be greatContinue reading “Big Game Ready!”
“We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.” We are starting the year off with our signature Happy Hour class. Don’t know what that is at Vintage Kitchen? It is 5Continue reading “Happy Hour”
White Chocolate Lime Bark
It all started with an idea to upgrade a lime cupcake for a cooking demo… I was scheduled to give a cooking demonstration at Woodloch Lodge that focused on using Young Living Essential Oils in recipes. I had prepared lime cupcakes previously, and since it is my newest “recipe of the season” (expect to seeContinue reading “White Chocolate Lime Bark”
Slow Cooker Love!
It is no secret that I love using my slow cooker to get family meals together. Here are my top three reasons for using the slow cooker: Foods can be cooking while away at work. Foods can be cooking without heating the kitchen during the summer months. Foods can be cooking while I am at home, spending myContinue reading “Slow Cooker Love!”
The “Cooking in College” class featured recipes that were inexpensive, could be cooked quickly with a few ingredients and minimal mess. Hmmm… sounds like something families can use on most weeknights.!!! No matter if you live at college, in dorms or apartments or have 5 kids to feed, this recipe is for you! This recipeContinue reading “Skillet Lasagna”
I get a lot of ground pork from the local farm and it is excellent! I am always looking for new ways to use it and this time is was a new burger. I mixed the pork with Worcestershire sauce, ground sage, crushed red pepper, and a chopped apple. Once grilled, it was topped withContinue reading “Pork Burger”
Eat Your Veggies
When I have a lot of vegetables on hand and want to use them up, I often make this meal. I find it to be highly satisfying…and simple. The first step is to roast the vegetables. Cut the veggies to similar sizes and toss with olive oil, salt, and pepper. You can add additional spicesContinue reading “Eat Your Veggies”