red kitchen recipes

October 25, 2013 - 11:09am
In this entry, the Red Kitchen goes apple crazy (along with the rest of New York). Check out our recipes for apple bread, apple chips and apple butter.

(lead photo: Erika Colbertaldo)

October 12, 2013 - 5:34pm
With the holidays fast approaching and autumn well under way that can only mean one thing in the Red Kitchen, it's pumpkin time. The incredible, edible squash of choice is perfect for breakfast, snacking and (the most important meal of the day) dessert.

We know its been awhile since the last edition, but never fear, the ladies from the Red Kitchen are back and, in even better news, so is Pumpkin Season.

Entry Three: The Return of the Pumpkin

When mid-September rolls around, the coffee shops and bakeries begin their autumnal tease by spicing up their pastries and desserts with nutmeg and cinnamon. Honeycrisp and Empire apples are ripe for picking and bottled apple cider sits ready to percolate on the stovetop. 

But nothing is more enchanting than the return of canned pumpkin to the grocery’s forefront.

September 10, 2013 - 5:28pm
As September comes upon us, that can really mean only one thing: the start of football season. Learn the best recipes to go with cheering on the Orange.

The Red Kitchen Recipes is a new segment of Hill's Kitchen run by two (Southern) roommates—Jillian Thaw and Miriam Taylor—enjoying their first year up north. Their mission is simple: in an attempt to outwit the (oncoming) winter, they will be cooking away their fear of snow, armed with our generations-tested recipes of gumbo, pecan pie, jambalaya and, of course, grits. 

 

September 4, 2013 - 10:28pm
Learn how to make Challah and candied apples to celebrate a sweet new year.

First, an introduction: The Red Kitchen Recipes is a new segment of Hill's Kitchen run by two (Southern) roommates -- Jillian Thaw and myself -- enjoying our first autumn up north. Our mission is simple: in an attempt to outwit the (oncoming) winter, we will be cooking away our fear of snow, armed with our generations-tested recipes of gumbo, pecan pie, jambalaya and, of course, grits. 

 

Entry One: Rosh Hashanah

L'shana tova umetukah, have a good and sweet new year. ...