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Latin American Heritage Month

September 18, 2017
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Overnight Oats

August 25, 2017
I have to admit, at first I thought that overnight oats were just a health fad that wasn’t going to last and I really had no interest in trying them.  Then, as fate would have it, the family that I was personal cheffing for twice a week wanted to try them as a quick breakfast to have before...
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KC on the Road: A Culinary Journey From North to South, Part 2

January 19, 2015
Refreshed from our night at the Cabot Lodge, we headed straight for Louisiana, stopping in Lafayette just in time for lunch.  We knew we weren't going to leave Louisiana without a poor boy, so we decided to stop at the Olde Tyme Grocery located right on the campus of LSU.  Through the hustle of...
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On the Road with KC: A Culinary Journey from North to South, Part 1

January 18, 2015
We´ve been  on the road for the last week, and like any chef would, we decided to take notes at every meal.  Each dining experience is an opportunity to explore new techniques, flavors, and ingredients.  KC was on the road with Dr. Anne Stachura, Professor and Director of Medical Spanish at UTPA...
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Stuffing vs. Dressing

November 14, 2014
Everyone has a preference for their holiday sides, and to KC, that's what a holiday dinner is all about: creating that warm, comfortable, satisfying food that makes the meal special.  Stuffing or dressing are a staple on most Thanksgiving tables, so we decided to explore the popular dish a little...
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