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A Homemade Coffee Liqueur Recipe

In case you haven’t noticed, we like booze here at feed me kc. Most of the time, we leave everything but the drinking of booze up to the pros. But around the holidays, we get a little crafty. Last year, Jeff made homemade limoncello. This year, I decided to whip up a big batch of […]

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feed me VEG: Coconut Lentils with Peanut Miso Tofu & Wilted Rainbow Chard

The top of the maple tree outside my window is turning red, and if I squint hard enough I can make the leaves look like little lentils fluttering about, dancing with the crisp autumn wind (coconut milk) atop its still green and vibrant underbelly (Rainbow Chard.) Now, I don’t know about you, but this makes […]

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This Little Piggy: 22 Pounds of Self-Satisfaction

“Piggy want a shave?” I nervously joked, guiding a yellow disposable razor around the spongy snout, the cheap blade quickly gumming with whiskers and ribbons of leathery flesh. (Hungry yet?) I was nervous because though I’ve unabashedly eaten ears, snout, brain, cheek, and even eyes, I’ve never stared directly into the vacant face of a […]

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Rehabilitationist: Eating Chips and Planning Your Workout

This week, your post-workout reward is a big ol’ bowl of chips. Sure, they’re made with kale, but this is The Rehabilitationist after all. You’ll also learn the best time of day to work out (which is pretty much whenever you’ll actually do it.) by ERIN HEIDE, EH Fitness Food: Kale Chips I was a […]

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Jeff’s Famous Eric Ripert’s Potato Salad

I have a serious man crush on Eric Ripert. It’s not just that he’s one of the world’s great chefs and owner of Le Bernadin, one of the world’s best restaurants, it’s that everything he does is infused with such focus, precision, and passion. (And I bet he even smells really nice, too, though I’ll not know for sure […]

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Fire Rock With Me: Kyle Cooks on Pennsylvania Bluestone

On a recent Friday, I wanted to cook some dinner for friends. I didn’t want to work too hard, I wanted a beer in my hand, I didn’t want it to take too long. Oh, and I wanted to impress the shit out of people. I think I succeeded. Last month’s Bon Appetit featured Eric […]

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Linguine with Clams with Wallingbottoms

I love celebrating local ingredients, but this isn’t one of those recipes. No, this is all about delusion, pretending I’m not in the middle of the country in the middle of a heat wave. It’s about getting half-drunk (oh, who am I kidding?…full drunk) on white wine and envisioning I’m summering in coastal Maine, preparing dinner […]

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Kitchen-sink Pesto

I begin each week with a fridge full of healthy green vegetables — spinach, kale, arugula, chard, mustard greens, broccoli — and a detailed meal plan for the week. My good intention is to eat healthy during the week and save money by eating at home. But because I am easily distracted and generally weak-willed, […]

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Curried Carrot Soup: Too Legit?

For most of my life, carrots were just a vehicle for oozy trans-fats. I’d occasionally roast them with other root vegetables, but I never really considered them all that interesting or elegant. And then a few years ago I stopped by Happy Gillis Cafe in Columbus Park for lunch and was cajoled into ordering a […]

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The Rehabilitationist: Some Kind of Badass

This week’s workout will wreck your upper body (you know, in that “good pain” kind of way). So it’s probably best to whip up this tasty, nutritious quinoa while you still have use of your whisking muscles. by ERIN HEIDE, EH Fitness This dish is gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan, but don’t let that scare you […]

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