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Fry Up Sufganiyot for a Taste of Modern Israeli Hanukkah Traditions Pay close attention, because you are officially running out of time. With just a few hours left of the Hanukkah festivities, it’s time to gear up for a Sufganiyot farewell to the Festival of… Read More >

Bring the Best of Both Worlds Together with Thanksgiving and Hanukkah Recipes This year, the culinary stars have aligned in unique fashion. Not only will we be celebrating Thanksgiving in late November, but as we indulge in piles of turkey and pie, the Jewish Festival… Read More >

All We Are Saying is Give Green Beans a Chance This Thanksgiving Thanksgiving seems to often consist of many delicious, starchy favorites like mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, stuffing, and dressing. Growing up, one of the quickest side dishes to go on our table was sautéed… Read More >

A Quick Guide to Properly Brining Your Thanksgiving Turkey There is much debate over whether a Thanksgiving turkey should be brined. Some chefs argue that it degrades the natural state of the meat while others swear by its ability to infuse a turkey with delicious… Read More >

Food Processor Guide and Hummus Recipe How-To There are never enough useless gadgets and gismos – said no one ever. When it comes to useless junk, it seems there are individuals that have made a life of creating things to clutter your valuable kitchen real… Read More >

Sweet, Salty, Sour, and Savory? Try this Cheese Month Recipe for Figgy Delight! It may be meatless Monday but don’t “Greve.” Today it’s your chance to enjoy delicious cheeses. This month is especially appropriate for cheese monger’s indulgence as across the U.S. the 3rd annual… Read More >

The History of the Taco and a Goat Cheese Taco Recipe The origins of the taco are debated, but there are references of taco-like foods dating back as far as 1520. The reference mentions some sort of party involving Cortes and his men. That’s right,… Read More >

Pumpkin-Flavored Recipes for Every Course of the Meal When it comes to fall flavors, there is no doubt that pumpkins are the star of the show. With their rich, creamy flavor and versatility, it’s pretty likely pumpkin will be sneaking into several meals you make… Read More >

To brew or not to brew, is that even a question? It’s not about whether or not you will have that morning cup of joe, or six, it’s about where it’s going to happen. Will you drink up at home, make a cup to go,… Read More >

With These Spirited, Team Recipes, You Will be a Contender for the Ultimate Fan! In 1869, Rutgers and Princeton took the field in what is considered to be the first collegiate football game in history. That year, the season was comprised of just two games… Read More >

Start Your Day Right and Prepare this Protein-Packed Oatmeal in iSi Flex-It bowls Some of us look at mornings as a great chance to go for a run, drink coffee on the porch, and catch up on news but if you’re like most of us… Read More >

Get Everyone to eat Their Greens With This Simple and Delicious Recipe for Creamed Spinach from Executive Chef T.J. Saunders With our retail center – Chef Supplies by KaTom – nearing completion, we were thrilled to welcome in Executive Chef T.J. Saunders to christen our… Read More >

Embrace the Red, White, and Blue with the iSi Whipper this 4th of July Every year, just as the firefly season is peaking and the nights are getting warmer, we Americans come together in celebration of our nation’s independence with family, friends, fireworks, and, most… Read More >

It’s summer time which means grill time. Let’s get cookin’ with a great new kabob recipe! Whether you’re looking for a new recipe or a twist on an old one, this kabob recipe will surely please a crowd. Sweet sesame summer kabobs can be prepared… Read More >

Keep Your Cool With Frozen Treats From a KitchenAid Stand Mixer Ice Cream Maker Accessory With summer approaching and the mercury climbing, it’s obvious the ice cream days of 2013 have arrived. While we believe any time is the right time for a delicious, frozen… Read More >

Try These Delicious Recipes with Versatile Lodge Cast Iron Cookware With the gloom of winter slowly being replaced by rising mercury and greening trees, spring is the perfect time to break out some Lodge cast iron cookware and take your recipes – and meal time… Read More >

Some Simple Tips and Recipes for Baby Food Most everyone agrees fresh food just tastes better and we all know it’s better for us than processed food. That’s why so many people are getting into the farm-to-table movement, buying ingredients at local farmers markets and… Read More >

New Recipes for the New Year For New Year’s, there are many different traditions around the world. Here is a different take on some traditional southern New Year’s foods. Traditionally, this means pork for luck, black-eyed peas for health, and greens for symbolizing money. We… Read More >

Embrace the Tradition of the Taco It’s the 4th of October, so it is National Taco Day and who doesn’t love tacos? For this holiday, you’re allowed to pull out all the stops. This recipe, courtesy of, takes advantage of all the wonderful, zesty… Read More >

Don’t Miss Out on Your Last Opportunities to Grill As grilling season comes to an end, we at KaTom offer you two recipes that can easily added to a salad, served as a side, or presented as an appetizer. The first is a grilled nectarine… Read More >

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