"Cooking with Kate" Posts

“Hatch” chile refers to several varieties of chile peppers grown in the Hatch Valley of New Mexico.
One of my favorite things about my job is researching different cuisines from around the world for themed events.

One of the best things about growing up in the country was our family’s summer garden—sun-ripe tomatoes, fresh sweet corn, carrots of all sizes, and so many different kinds of p

Summer is here and so is the heat! Cool off with this fantastic version of chilled gazpacho – a cold soup originating in Spain made with fresh fruits and vegetables.

With things heating up outside and the summer season upon us, I’m often looking for quick and easy meals that do not take much thought or cooking.

Summer is almost upon us, and that means time to fire up the grill and keep your kitchen cool!

Texas might have skipped winter this year, but I could not be more excited for the sunshine and flowers!

Brookshire Brothers and the Lufkin Convention and Visitors Bureau is on its third round of

Your team is set, but is your menu game day ready?

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I’ve decided that Texas has taken a rain check on winter weather this year…and while the spring weather and sunshine in January is appreciated, it’s depriving us of one of my fa