vegetarian Archives

Allergy study finds a peanut, eats it anyway It took a while to locate Bamba at the local Walmart. No surprise there. A peanut-flavored snack for infants and toddlers? That would be in the “As If” aisle, with the kiddie caffeine and the diet bacon…. Read More >

Find Out Which Brands These Bloggers Relied on for Cookie Month ’14 Great recipes begin with a bit of creativity but most importantly, great ingredients. During National Cookie Month, several of our favorite bloggers teamed up with a few national brands that they felt represented… Read More >

Come join us at Chef Supplies by KaTom for our bi-weekly, Tuesday night cooking classes. During each class, chefs from the region present new techniques, delicious recipes, and quite a bit of entertainment. Whether you have a list of questions for our guest chefs or… Read More >

Come join us for a cooking class at Chef Supplies by KaTom on August 26, 2014 with Chef Mahasti Vafaie of Tomato Head in Knoxville, TN. Chef Mahasti will demonstrate a menu featuring late summer fruits and vegetables. Please call and RSVP to Becky Hayes Read More >

Mahasti Vafaie on Taking the Plunge into Restaurant Ownership Fresh out of college and uncertain of whether to further her studies in engineering or to switch gears to pursue her passion for foodservice, Mahasti Vafaie chose to go with her gut. Unable to say goodbye… Read More >

Gear Up for Another Year Jammed With Activities and Long Commutes with Lékué It’s nearly that time of year when mornings come far too early and life’s lulling summer pattern of backyard BBQ takes a turn toward tailgating and evening homework routines. That’s right, it’s… Read More >

An Industry Insider’s Look at Foodservice Today and a Few Allergen-Free Recipes We recently hosted Chef Young of Tupelo Honey Café, Knoxville in the Chef Supplies by KaTom Demonstration Kitchen for a community cooking class. He came armed with a host of recipes geared to… Read More >

From Big Events to Local Farmer’s Markets Dale’s Fried Pies Adds Something Sweet From public television to fried pies, Dale Mackey has been serving the Knoxville community since she made her way south from her hometown of Chicago. Though raised in the north, Dale developed… Read More >

The Healthy Eater For the person in your life who knows the difference between a vegetarian, vegan, and pescatarian and also claims to be one Possibly referred to as a rabbit and likely been seen drinking oddly colored breakfast smoothies, let us introduce you to… 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 >

A “pear” of KaTom recipes with real autumn appeal We would like to share a couple of seasonal recipes for November. Both are made with healthy fruits and seasonings that are plentiful this time of year. They are very tasty dishes to try by themselves,… Read More >

It's National Apple Betty Day It’s October 5th, Apple Betty Day and there’s no better time for it. Apples are the fruit of the season, so this is the perfect dessert. Serve it alone or with a scoop of ice cream. The nice mix of… Read More >

It's Vegetarian Day October 1st is Vegetarian Day and a hearty vegetarian chili that is sure to satisfy. Perfect for the fall weather, this is an easy crockpot creation that you can cook ahead and is healthy and delicious. 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 >

Mary Lou Henry’s Recipes of the Month: June Since most melons are now in season, we are presenting two recipes that use fresh fruit. These are great for parties or served as an appetizer. By utilizing fruit and vegetables that are in season, you are… Read More >

No More Fat-Saturated French Fries: 3 Baked Fry Recipes Here are 3 alternative recipes to the traditional french fry and none require frying. These alternatives are more healthy than the traditional french fries and all seasonings can be modified to your liking. Each of the… Read More >

Spoil Your Mom With Chocolate Covered Strawberries: A How-To Video! Moms are what make us who we are…quite literally! Mothers comfort us when we are down and teach us many of the life lessons we must know. It’s times like these that I wish my… Read More >

Natural Foods Yesterday, I was shopping for apples at my local supermarket when I realized that I had a huge decision to make, whether to purchase conventionally grown apples or organically grown apples. While standing there, each option in hand, I began to wonder about… Read More >