Recipes

Blackberry Glazed Brown Butter Buttermilk Doughnuts

Blackberry Glazed Brown Butter Doughnuts //The Kitchy Kitchen
Baked doughtnuts strike me as the perfect compromise.  You get to have something cakey, delicious, and glazed, but hey…at least it’s not fried? At least in my world this is a super reasonable compromise.  The blackberry glaze on these doughnuts is the prettiest shade of rich pink, with an unexpected tart kick, making these the perfect doughnuts for the summertime.  […]
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MOROCCAN SPICED EGGPLANT + TOMATO TART

MOROCCAN SPICED EGGPLANT + TOMATO TART // The Kitchy Kitchen
Upside down tarts are my new favorite thing.  All you need are three elements, all of which you can make ahead of time, and you’ve got a sophisticated main course in practically no time: roasted vegetables + sautéed greens + pie crust.  For this version, I coated the eggplant and tomatoes in a blend of Moroccan inspired spices, and made […]
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PORTLAND POPOVER PUDDING

PORTLAND POPOVER PUDDING
I love popovers so so much. They’re buoyant, and eggy, and gorgeous. These guys are a little different than popovers in that they’re bigger, browner, and a little more savory.  This recipe is adapted by one of my favorite vintage cookbooks: Helen Brown’s West Coast Cookbook.  If you love American regional cuisine and its history, Helen Brown is a go-to […]
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LEMON RASPBERRY JAM BARS

LEMON RASPBERRY JAM BARS // The Kitchy Kitchen
This is a great recipe to add your own twist. I like the combination of lemon and raspberry with almonds, but you could lemon with blackberry and a walnut crust, or lime and peach with a pecan crust.  Basically, this is a go-to lemon bar recipe that you can twist around any way you like.  INGREDIENTS (CRUST) For one 9 […]
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BAKED CLAMS ELIZABETH

BAKED CLAMS ELIZABETH // The Kitchy Kitchen
This is perfect little bite before a meal: warm, savory, and unexpected, it gets your palette working and your face grinning before you even get to the table.  The combination of fresh herbs with aged cheese is fantastic with the smokey, briny flavor of the clams. If you’ve never opened a clam by hand before, have your local fishmonger show […]
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DUTCH BABIES

DUTCH BABIES // The Kitchy Kitchen
Well, I guess these aren’t really babies, as much as Big Babies, and not Dutch, so much as Deutsch, and honestly, maybe we should just call them North Western Pfannkuchen and call it a day.   Dutch Babies come from the Pennsylvania Dutch tradition, meaning, they’re German in origin, and were originally served in muffin tins, much like popovers.  But […]
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