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Hot Spicy Blackened 2-Pepper Beans with Brown Basmati/Wild Rice Blend! This can be made with any bean… in fact pintos are not my favorite beans! Today I made it with canned black beans and without the wild rice blend, which … Continue reading
I made the best spicy chicken pot au feau! Mitchell loved it — and I love it in all its incarnations but he loved this one because of the rich beet broth addition. This WILL help heal a cold! BTW, … Continue reading
(Above sketch in inks with Lexington Grey diluted used for shadows.) I was doing my own studio things and decided to surprise Mitchell with Pumpkin Bread. I have many of my mom’s things in the studio — I just went … Continue reading
I love the feeling of trying something new and it works! I made the best chili ever the other night, and finally I thought to write it down. Differences from my normal recipes were stew beef, not ground round, and … Continue reading
One of our favorite meals, I make this every week. it starts as a roast chicken, and then becomes curry burritos I freeze for lunches or dinners later on. We buy Smart Chicken, which, even when not organic, is Non-GMO … Continue reading
Mmmmm, this summer the organic artichokes were amazing. We had them every week! This is one of those tests of soul-mate compatibility: Are you a hot butter or a Mayo person? (NO Miracle Whip!) My ink-only sketch was too fuzzy … Continue reading
I did this to commemorate our 4th of July — I do one every year. Ours is a unique night, and often includes a night or two before. This is because we conserve institutional and private antiquities for a living; … Continue reading
A good meal feels like it can solve anything. Or maybe it is just the cooking and the smell of curry filling the house. To hear about classes, follow me on Facebook or check out my new, improved dkatiepowellart.com “Memory … Continue reading