Author Archives: Katryn

Grilled Lemon Chicken with Artichoke and Fennel

Grilled Lemon Chicken with Artichoke and Fennel

When Nathan and moved into our house, one of the things we were most excited about was grilling on the deck and a grill was one of our first big purchases (yes, we have discovered that owning a home involves a lot of purchases…especially when you’re both designers…but I digress.) This summer we have fullyContinue Reading

Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict has been on my blog list for a long time but I was always intimidated by two things…the egg poaching and the hollandaise making. I’ve never poached an egg in my life and I always think of hollandaise sauce as being finicky and easy to ruin (Spoiler alert: it is). Well, this weekendContinue Reading

Grilled Lamb Kafte

Grilled Lamb Kafte

Nathan and I are unintentionally on a Turkish/Midde Eastern kick. Maybe it’s because we’ve been hearing about Turkey in the news every day or maybe it’s just that we both love Middle Eastern food (#feta) but, regardless, we’ve been loving whipping up middle eastern dishes that were previously unknown to us. Enter the grilled lambContinue Reading

Turkish Pide

Turkish Pide

We were watching Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown recently and the show was set in Turkey. One of the Turkish foods that was featured during the show was Turkish Pide, a popular street food that looked so delicious that we decided to make it for the blog ASAP. Turkish Pide has the elements of pizza butContinue Reading

Tropical Frose

Tropical Frose

Nathan and I don’t usually follow the hip new food trends…but this post is an exception. I was reading the morning paper on the Metro this past week and came across an article called “Frosé is taking over D.C.” Frosé (frozen Rose) is the hot new thing…several DC restaurants have concocted their own recipes toContinue Reading